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VOLUME XI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 



NUMBER 1. 



ffijrs telitota $mm 



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Ing (lie turpentine (i/.-t/i tried /rum iii.rnndj iuto the 
, [Have Wo no pitch pines on our cooat ? 
Who will find them?] The turpentine is then 
taken from the live-gallon easel in which it is im- 
ported, and emptied into n large tank, then let 
down into n large cupper still, of ("JO gallons ca- 
pacity, boiled up and turned into Vnpnr by the 
pipe lending from tile boiler i In this stale 
the vapor peine- through ilic Mriker into two Inrgo 
condensers, (hence through the long worms of the 
still, These worms and condensers lie in large 
tanks of water, holding soon gallons, supplied 
from the roof tanks. The Cnmpbenc, being con- 
densed, comes from the worm mixed with wnler in 
equal proportions. The Camphcac being the 
lighter body Hants on the surface in the receiving, 
tank, from whence it is drawn off into a large 
enmphano-tank, and from thence put Into thesame 
cases in which the turpentine was brought. Il is 
now ready for market. 

The now mill for this Factory him just hcen put 
into operation, nnd can tnru out 150 giillous Com- 



rpcnliu, 



unphei 






1, this 



impto . 

The distillation 

^pontine, which 

113 bright, burning, qua! Hy. 



■: larger 



ore necessarily Ituiil-Iii 

othera who follow the snmccnHic 

of their being chiefly condocted 

Bnt the former is as necessarily drawn away from 

iotereoorse with others, nnd left to rely on pi 

onsly ncqnired knowledge nnd the resources ofhls 

own ingenuity, in meeting those obstacle 

which he has to eontend. Hence appears 

vn nlage of maki ag s uch previously acquired 

edge ns complete as poB«ible,sa thnt his iogenully 

my not be taxed beyond what it may reasonably 



InGrc. 



of the si 



ued by a 



e the tnnd is owned by 
the proprietors 
ss of the assist- 
ance or scientific men, to provide Ih 
according to which their lands may bo cultivated 
on the most approved principles; nod tbey an 
careful in letting them to bind their tenants unde 
stringent conditions to farm in a particular way 

the propriety of tho course prescribed; but hi 
cannot help himself. Ho must abide by the regu- 
lations of the landlord, or his lease would I 
feitcd. Will he, nill he, be is thus constrni 
be a goad farmer, by a species of compulsion. 
Again, the landlords arc tbemsclve form, 
owner of un estate yielding a yearly rent of £G00u, 



inblj . 



four 



to be followed by b 



The example affc 



■.-.lu.-l, ] 



of tbrc 



propriety of a system whic 
ded by three or four sue 



Taken conjointly, th 
■ having the whole country 



II, r 



n-ith the alpha be I 



r should not be at 

i-ns his own land, th 
tniely puts it wltbi 



Govern m.,„t, which 
bis power to obtain 
do well to consider that its bountiful designs arc 
Incomplete, except It in some meosure place a 
Similar omoanl of knowledge within the immedi- 
ate reach of the cultivator of tb« soil, as Is secured 
to bis brother farmer in Grot Britain. We feel 
disposed to ask more; and instead of soliciting 
from (he State to stand En [he shoes of the British 
landlord, and convert tho cultivators or oar soils 
into mere mechanical agents, working by rules 
which they do not comprehend, to put (hem on a 
par, as regards knowledge, with their itolAtr land- 
oirno-j in Britain. Even there, the comniou farmers 
ore not now cuntenl to learn (heir business by rote 
and imitation, bat arc themselves becoming the 
preceptors Instead of the tougbt, and successfully 
contest with their landlord] for the various premi- 
ums at their agricultural exhibitions. 

Science Is the magic spell, at whnso "Open 
Sesame" a,, entrance is to he golned to (hnt re- 
spectability of position, without which our fanners 
onght not to be content. His broad ocres convert 
' land In Grcnt Britain Into a million- 



good— why should not both be 

same extent by our landowners s 

The answer is obvious. They 

acquiring knowledge which ur 

Whoso fault is th 



STANFORD BROTHER' PACIFIC OIL AND CAMPHEKB MANUFACTORY-, SAN FRAHOlSCO. 

cultivated to the 



t within 



i this? I am willing to suppose 
,l n la nouony's. We ore n growing country ; 
1 if ive hnve not attained in every respect our 
1 maturity, our sun bits nnt yet reached his 
iltb. The day is yet before as. But let us not 
ste cur precious time. Already has California 
de such progress as the world con afford no 
rallel to. Why do not our farmers bestir thoui- 
*■, nnd nrgc with louder demands the int- 
er immediately having an Agricultural 
'"'« 1 ' '■vl'iblished in lui3 State? 
The Agricultural Society, almost our only Insli- 









e public attention t 

i producing 
I. But Ibet 



trnor, succeeded i 

ion among farmer 

be Society allow! 

ng parties for otht. ,._.. 

ir the Agricultural interest: 

■:v..t,.1 nlijtcts deserving of imi 

vliM-li lh«- .-v, t i..ij Imi nut j-ct found Itself in , 

"j 'ii i.. ,, i„ ini.h-iji-,];,... || npptnrs to on' that tbi 

Jlatu has a duty to discharge, in taking 



g Itself to be used by design- 
- -lurposts than tho promotion 



Tho Pacific Oil anc! Camphono Works. 
We present, in this oar opening number, n trci 
ind faithful engraving of the manufactory nnmc 



portant Interests of tho Pacific 

Fishery, of which wo have spoke 

We hnve often spoken of the 

of the Brothers Stnoford, for the 



is well us being h 



coast, the Whale 
great eotei 



of high Intej 
II tho claims < 






neglc 



t; nod t 
ilatars, n 
■furmi .1. 



r Asiritii 



rity, sterling worth, and 

af (he State, besiit" ».* irue Iriend uf the working 
i»«". We knew the Brothers Stanford at Mormou 
Island in lBt3 ; the time that tried (ho pioneer's 
soul ; we knew them as merchants in Sacramento ; 
when the flames swept that city, their large ware- 
house, full of goods, stood a monument, fire-proof, 
and they escaped that lerrlble devastation, ales: 
Stanford have indeed been prosperous mercbat 
'sperous men. They now have large Interests 

ln Sn " o mcnto (the house of Stanford, 

ioa * J,cekr r), (bey have largo properly elsewhere; 
" 1 it can be Iroly said of tbi 

vhom theses laltali hove been oi 
, lt ,..,1 also be found that when (hey are called to 

JUghtto n «ountlhoy will say, "behold 



Upon catering the Oil Manufactory we 
the first process : The Sperm Oil is brought 
from the ship, poured Into the kcltlc3, to be passed 
through tho graining process, nt o high tempera- 

bero science must be 

ic true heat neocsjary. 

it'l tin- proper heat it is 

d rolled under the shed to 

brty-live days; the casks 



of pure Sptrm Oil; 



ioI— there lo re 
e thca rolled ii 









i, (ho body oil 



mint- 



Exposlng tho Roota of Treea eund Plants. 

Wn would call the attention nf every purchaser 
f a tree, shrab, or plaat, to tho fact, that 
linn half the trtet that arc hawked about the i 
ry In wagons, or lying in the nuction roon 



h their delict 









!r, a moiety of the balance can never b. 
quick-growing, healthy, and fruitful trees or 
They receive a check by attch an exposure 



Our soils ui 



is good, and o 



Every Injury to root or branch that Is not re- 
ared by pruning beyond the Injured part, becomes 
the treea gangrene, and affects nil its (hi u re life. 

ader of nature's beautiful handiwork. Tho rood 
a tree are tho arUria; (hey scad life up to the 
anch, that it may put forth leaves. The leaves are 
•' Iniiirt, '.u.l tiny runliiiue [..Tfwtiug Ih-Jrwnrfc 

Hll Hi. I.llll, l,l„..nm n„,l f...Ii ^-..„IJ _r 

health ; ami i 
,y the hand 
hope every jn 



Inlen 



The; 



L hid 



their talent in a napkin, but have kept the wealth 
with which they hove been blessed constantly cm- 
ployed in those channels thnt have been most truly 
advantageous lo our State. 

Wo have recently visited the manufactory of 
these gentlemen, nnd can speak bnt briefly, now 
of all wo saw. We shall give some of the material 
facts connected with these works, and hope our 
eitnens will go aud visit (hem. They are mos( 
Interesting, nnd well worthy a visit. The Jlonu- 
vcrs a fifty 
the bench, 
he music or (he breaking waves Is In hnr- 
Ith ibu works of man, who is prenarintr 
(ho oil to pour on tho troubled waters, and to scat! 
light to tho nations around. Tho main build- 
Is two-story, brick, ona hundred feel by forty- 
- Tho Cnmphene works attached, forming nn 
i„: --to. by thlrty-sii feet. AH (he baild- 
ncry, have been thoroughly 



e forly.fi 



(a (hick, heavy 
.nerj, is put inio nenvy canvas bags, put ouder 
iress of great power, and from (bis the Spi 

rket. The bags, containing what 

nrJc-preued spermaceti," are thea emptied Intn 

ks, and the cako sent tu Now York, to be mnnu- 

lared inlo sperm candles. This stock, on ar- 

nl la Now York, is passed through a powerful 

hydraulic press, then refined, and moulded Into 

cnndles. Query— Where are these candles sent? 

Answer— Back to California? 

The next thing we examined was the Whole and 
Polar Oil department. Tho Whale and Polar Oil, 
like the Sperm, is brought Into the Factory, and 
placed in enormous kettles of from DOo to 1SO0 
gallons capacity, nnd then blenched down by pow- 
erful nlknli. This process Is for the purpose of 
subtracting the gluten and making the Oil of light 
and transparent color. It Is then drawn off into 
casks, nnd rolled under tho shed, for 
there lo lay fifteco and twenty days. Wh- 
and grained, it Is again brought back to 
(ory, and passed through [ho strainers Tho Oil 
passes off into large coolers, and from thence 
nipped mla pnekuges as wanted for market. The 
residuum left in the strainer, Is termed "whnl 
mots'." This article is again put Into the keltl, 
.ifwu. hn,.l,-d up, nnd pu( Into the shed forcoolln ( 
■ill,r ivhiel, il in put inlo the screw press, like th 
ipermnceli. This lust remains of Ihe Ml. i« „„ 
■ ' — 'id sold to snap manufacturer* r„ 



tho best. The capital employed is 

550,000. Ten men nro employed in the 

aud Store, besides tho Superintendent, 

Esq. (who kindly showed us over those 

igwurks), nnd Mr. Bruwn, tho Cashier 

d Bookecper, In this city,, Thus this pioneer 

tnblishment gives support nnd employment 

this number of workmen, several of whom bnv- 

r families, and Ihe amount of cash distributed 

ary week nmong laborers in every department, 

iounl.1 to thousands of dollars; but this is not 

the capital those gentlemen use for the good of 

cilyof Sa'cranienln, and" more b'o'ur citv— not a 
id properly. They fceq, ii in„vi„ Cl ( |oi„ g 
!eiicuu.m[:ing industry. It is such men 
1 up our Slate, and wo enn only say in 
'int we hope our Senators and Reprcsentn- 
tnke tho omnibus and ride nut to these 
1 see them for themselves, for the day is 
■' our I.tgislntors are bnt (rue, when the 
fr,d irAa&inftn that now fit out at the 
Islnnds, and other ports in the Pacific-, 
their home in Sua Frill ' 



Jay. 



Willi ,.. 



ffor 



,n r ;. fr.„ 



»rj 



tho hills of this great city, t 
waters far away beyond our 
dressed in regal robes of ge 

the placo whore the god c 



to, CI o ads, 



inlo 



ecp; the 



eding 



rolled In upon tho 
ng a wreath of foam gleaming with 
I, and uttering their farewell to Day, 
passed away to mingle in 

res had not bustled, when 
twilight sky, from its pole 
■illiantstar burst forth, and, 



ii Ihi'ir 



blooming together: twi- 
light dews re,l,.| U[ „„, ,|, ( .i r ,],,, ], ,.,,_ i,,.,,,.^!, 

winch the ciubry., l,„,l, „-,,-,. ,:., [rl iiig forth in nil 
their beauty „,,.] Inn-r.H,,-,.; it,,, miiirdi:,,! of I la- = u 
lovely roses wa, Manding ..ear; the earlh had 
;ly lined with his own hand, nnd II 






iv life 



ilinbi I 



iv pri 



The 






This 



md the spermaceti is as 
ouji is made from tho several n 
In the bleaching process b 
Is shipped cast, for tho waoler 
.sb the oil from woolen caads 



fri.ni lis Mm- 

"Tilli.iiit ruv I 
ike jijfi.. ii']„ 



again I thogiiunlian oftheso 
i ; thnt Star ngnln came out 



Ni.'U ■l,„ll Ii,,,.:,,,,!! in iLi- ihv il ,-„.. 

liuar.1 ,,,11 I],, „. n,,, t ., ; ,„,..„...' ,l, L . y „, OJ .; 
Typos of the beaulifal, of Lore, nad of lie 



Spoolal At teu tiou to PlanUng. 
iw is a good time to plant Ibrcst-treo see 
inds of fruit and ornamental- tree seed. 



■i,.,iil,i:,';l' 
It Is a si 



built, and ei 



HI' I .■I.I-II,.,, 



1^.1 iviili r, 



:i ■li'-il that thll 



ll.il B „r,h:r,cr. We only 
trecsnnd plants will Uiiuk 



■jH>t. — All who dt-nire lo 
B, large full buds, should 
lown closely, pruning In 
roses, ,o wilhn.-arlyi.il 



( mnoufnc(ured goods, of thbt kind, un tho Pa- 
c eoasL Messrs. Stanford have spared no pales 
cost to strive for eieellcnao In their Oils and 
mphene. In each and every article they dctcr- 
lotogivesatlsu.tiion; oil for light „nd cam- 



find oil for thdr machinery thnt will not injure 
corrode. This Is nil-Important to them as n 
chincry will lust fur longer with such enro. 



mr lact thnt these residuums, tho very 
of oil, should ho used to eriraci «« Unff from 
woolen goods, and that no other arttiSle wl 
(his bat (ho oll-sonp thus mnilo. We are gh 
know that soon a large Woolea Jlanufuetory will 
be In operation In our own State, which will con- 
sume this valuable- nrtlelo. Tho nmounl of tbi 
residuum lhu B shipped Is largo and valuable. 

The amount or spcrmncell, shipped by tbj. 
house the Inst year, was 13,000 pounds, on th, 
Flyaway; 14,000 pounds on the Bait], 



(hoi 



ands now , 0Bd y to go, from the cargo" rf 
Jesblp Mas»aehusetls, which made this port 
imborlasl. unuiupon 

ie*t visited tho Cani] 1 heno Factorv. The 
mauufacture of this article is begun by Introduc- 



Pronaro now ynur lund for your alfalfa. This 
over Is to bo the principal grass and hay for 

Pruae your roses aad gardoo plnnls, plnufyour 
nnmcntal shrubs, make your flower-borders anew 



ay now ndvortiiomon' 
■ce, end far omlttiau I 
iractar, far tho same r 



1 ny nenry I 

Un. , ..ml il, 



As tho salt, of Ihe mirk 
,' l,..|>'- „ll ,ftll nmriitlt, 
urgo tho groat project. 



THE O^-LIFOENI^^^EMBK. 



&]» ©alifara ptmn 



Oca FnwisT Nr»ocn bus been delayed * 



the artists, whom m 

Cnown«.n Our.—; 
rmallcr than Ibe old, cr 



.wilhitauduig oor now_lyr*, being 



wo have been obliged Homll: tie ndo«Mo &-■ V » 
bcr 4, on the United Glutei Coail Survey; "Wont 
foroin ihonld Jo, end what ibe will do," by B ; 
Solar SjfWm— lio Plurality of Woildl," U ncll 
(urainarr of Slate bi's, and other nriielcr, nil of 1 
will &|'|-:ar in oar rat 

Kim: Corn* or rim Fiimr-R.— Wo shall 
mwked eopic; 



II Job, 



o, and wo nsfc Iboir kind and j 
oosiuloreilin behalf of IhoFAiwuB. Wowiihlu 
11 In nary rtmUy in (bo bind, nod we beliovi 

il 10 v^ neighbor. 



Gnu run 


iM.n, 


it AnnoAD.-Kvcrr 






til pursuit.". 


OEiujed 
h.t b 


in Ian no foe lore-, n 
u kindred In olb 


*?£! 




r< n.lii,^ lli- :i 

U.ip.pmfor 


Id Dol da 1. bolter (Inn,: 
State or KratifJ Iboir fn 
enplc» '.f lli=F.iB-r.n. J 


We feel 
ml?, tbi 
''I'"' 
wo will 


gj 




Our 


NOW Volume. 




"Proa 00 


! »d'r 


If Ood-liko lo unlo- 
rEelvourrolfintho 


ogbl; 





Andnodorlec. Preuon! while jel jenwy." 
As TBI eagle sends furlh its rating eaglet from 
its lofty cyric among the ragged rucks and sharp 
crags of the mountain higbt in ;omo barren wilder- 
ness, so did we Ecud forth our young fledgling, 
the Fjuuisn, fire years since, In this thou almost 
new and barren country; barren of thnt seicniifi. 

every valley, hill-side, nnd mountain, in this God- 
blessed land. In that early day It Kits like thi 
dongerous trinl of skill of tbo young eaglet, for nil 
around were shnrp rocks, nnd keen thorns, nni* 
dangerous defiles, upon which the young bird ot 
nnd be embed, 



ir harp of gratitudo we mnsl louch: it we 

"■ > completely, we would testify in 
re great nid has cor" 
|: in (In- truthfulness 



manner from when 

i we IV u Id ■■]>■■ 
of the gmlilud 



ypogmpblcol 1 
>cnccd with c 



mnncction of fire years. To 

sue of the Faiiueh, much of 
ITU works bare spoken in t 
tneis nod benuty which bn, 
And there was uuowhocoi 
also, who, the oust year, baa 



for so 011107 years us we hare hnd, men mon 
ful or more true ; and it becomes ua as ; 
speak of this as one nf the mnln causes 
success. To the printer justice should c 
given. Friends all, wo wish yon peace, pro 



Tbo Old and tbo New. 
■ many Interesting thoughts hnre 
ing upon our memory, during tin juist 1 
bare witnessed our typo? performing 
n publishing ofllci 









,w dark forms 
■ nln tan co with them fire years since; they then 
smed beautiful to us, with their bright, silvery 
:es, ns tbey nestled down smilingly in their newly 
ide cases ; but now they will rest, tied up, Inid 
-ny, their work Tor OS finished— they hnre 
irked welland fniblifully in thoirdny. These nncc 



right nnd I 
r their yes 



Ltif.il iy,. t -s 



I Of In 



>rlghtnc 



e, in words or tr 
of kindness an 
1 heart, ami boor 



pierce it 
that hav 



irils* 



a loose dark passage 
hopeful bird, tan 






nnd lore, nnd hue 

fhiry isles; to the 1 

heather hill and 

beneath Ilalin'n skii 

terlnud; lo Germany, Holland, 

Slurs and Stripes may have Qoa 



a, the food on wide 



ired hen 



III Itl.T 



to great that it would test our strength and en- 
dnmncc nftea. Bui though we knew wo should 
be required lo hunger and fast ofieo, the "well- 
springs of faith" were gashing up full and bright 
with ihoir ipnrkllng wniers, and tnkiug one good, 
full drink, we threw to the hretse our booncr, on 
which is ioscribed "eicelBlor," nnd leaped fortl. in 
hope and Joy. From the issoc of our Brat number 
to the present mnratnt, our hope and tru!=i have 
never failed ns. Though "tried too* by fire 1 often, 

"Ul fortius empty all bar qoirc.ni on me, 
IblvensonllhaUlIkonoainpletbkId 
Can Luc in all, and verge ca'agh fur more." 
In the retrospect of the past we hare much lo 
be grateful for. To tbo girer of nil g„ d, for our 
eoolinunnee in lift, health, and strength: and 
Ihonnfa often (orcly tried, "lie Las pnl no more 
npon us than we were able to bear." To Him in 
HTalofol tLVcreoce first we bow. To the Press of 
this Slate and everywhere, we hare often been 
much indebted. The worda of cheer given to the 
early fledgling and to Ibo growing bird, will 
be forgotten. Our gratiiu.de we leodcr le 
•II. If duly required of ihem to crilicis 
words of sharp wil bnve been burled at l 
take It in no unkiudoess; it did u. E ood: w 



is i, 1 



Jon 



1 lim- 



it c-r 01 



«rti«. 



n of ibi 



fights valiantly for troth, 'liberty', 
itry, nnd the good of man, be ubund- 



cordtd from our first number, what 
We bare but on ( kW that can 
mind-'tis cnwiTL-oa; hike thai, 
and may God bleu you in basket at 



ought, In a special editorial, 
mechanic: we aek thorn with us 
ihem nnd sec this "goodly hcrlt 



opon them truth., nnd apply ibem la 
work Deeded of them. To all our 



fellow ciiiu 
laborel 



all,T 



asintoyour fiimlly, 
bird sing to you Ibe sweet song of I 
happy borne. Our journal rbnll n 
cordnnt nolei on themes unfitted 
nauclnnry of hom«. 

Our Joornal now wings IU way 
.v.uMirrvpcrously WE C on say, eve 
mom sanguine cipect ul | 0DS . aq ,j . 
gratitude L. due lo Ibose whu I,,,-!, 
Uiutdu;, and hope U„. JV . ;i| „,. M 
link tbelr fried, „, fo ',.,„, lilu , ,, 



lonnl men, politI cuull| 
kludly BTecting. Tnke 



human hfipjii- 
ill which they 



rested. They have 



- Tbo Wlwlo FtahorlW of tlio PnoMo. 

Tin. vost and most impoitaot subjecl Is n 
aboul to reecho that attention which its wld 
extended nnd ejtmordionrj interests dtmai 
Very few, even of our commcielnl men, W 
just idea of the great wealth invested in this Irn 
From the first publlcotloti of Uii« Joutnnl lo I 
day, wo ■ 



„i ,.f il 






,.„.., iL ,,| 



Legislature 
thnt has coarencd we have often presented Ibe 
imparlance of their giving heed lo this Interest. 
As early us Ihe first Issue uf the Fwiucu this-grent 
Interest was urged, nnd tbo attention of Congrca 
was called to the Vnst Interest thai would open u 
on these shores between Cnlifornin, tbo Island! 
Chin.i, Japan, nnd every other portion of lb 
vorlJ ; »nd during thai year and the full.-" "'-■ ■'■ 
[lublisbcd important fncts connected with th 
lVhnle Fiphcries of tbo Pncifie ; nnd in a mcmnrli 
to Congress, which was presented by Hon. J. 1 
TVellor, nnd referred to n Commiltcc, asking fo 
nn Agricultural College for California, tills, wit 
other interests was presented. Valuable ilatiltics 



al for yen 



j the m< 
a look It 



i,li..|i.,l 



v.,y,ll 



the trade or the whuli 
Ve truly rcjoieo to know thnt a just nlteni 
ng now nwokencd to this subject. It is 

millions of trade would thus bo secured ' 
t, greatly adding to the prosperity of nil c 
Dnr citizens, Tbo following extract wi 
n the excellent Message of our Govern 






bora of Californii 
the world. The 1 
the fuel, tbat dnr 



ft century our whaling fleets 
d to relit nt llir Sandwich 
rinft that period, Ibe bur- 
c IupOwd to !•<■ Ibe best in 

bat tiros tb- people, of Itiis 



vritbLtbi 



lo the Old World they 
breath of liberty, 
ilherbood: To Britain'* 



t the! 



folly, and 
mil he c 



I these winged messengers ol 
breathing, to plead for Ibnt 



1 until they 
ion, which 

ie nurlhilr 



Is thed froo 
It is the layby 



cenc gladden.' 
n lighting gltai 



an these bright, silvery types fro 
ere they were born. As yet, tin 
J thought or word of Ibemselte' 
nrl partly tb c/ lie. jot, ), kt u f . 



f truth and nseftilnesi 
good, for the highest 

igin the foremost rank the Honor and 
aiorythftt ojer attend, nnmn- Industry. Could 
our most earnest wish be fulfilled, we would say, 
"Go , forth, ye little messengers, nnd earn,,. ,„„".. 
1-fTl.l, !..■:,.:., UI ,U B o,d will luIlllln . |,, 1L .| im . I[lti|lll 
to p,e,., lr .- for the speedy approach of Hint 'good 



nEdnc 



1 shall s 
veil ti 



'ill.', I /.,',;,..,,.. 



rorlfl. 
These f 



' tier nppmprinte sp 

ee for Ibe duties ni 
hem In this the gri 



■Is of typo, ,be old nod thenew awaken 
■"""" 01 meditation, singuinr enriouj „', 1 j , 
■■ling. IWrnanyiiotes have ,I,e,e I*,;,,; l,',;; 

Th enu ^/, , n h ; l ^ E ^. ,, . l '■' «*--«. past I 

"n E np and di B ,ril,u.iog,h same wou.dl, one 

unllL,.,, iv,,e, n tveek. Thus, then, tbe-e It , 

We now meditate upon, | mvt \„.^ |, :II|1J1 .',| , ( . ,' 

typos, In these five years, tl„. ennur , "' 

be. of more than a hundred ,„ilii.,u ,,„,;'. ".''."i 
wtrewe to e-;lii,i,iU: II,,. d|.M„, L . ,(-.„,.(,.,, ,„. ,, 

rir? , "' b 7,-" ,,h """"' : .- 

' mik , ,,^„ woi)W lio rtl .. 

:lL^:::^ n - '''"•■ •"'''■• •■■••■'''■ 

ilghty weapons for good or 



- happ, | n ,],■, , 






-..i,,i '<>'"': 



■... .;,,.,..";;; 



iully regarded us e 
oent by our peoph 



itcd whalers from visiting our 
mailer of uncertainty whether 
ufiHcicnt crew lo tnke (bem out 
inilcd with Hie then high cost 
;nrges, tbo wnnl of farilitiivfor 



loflhediflicultic! 



The former Is deeply Interested. 
A vnst nmonnl of the produce, of tbo form, orch- 
ard nnd garden will findn now and ready market— 
vegetables In innsses, butter, cheese, poultry, hogs, 
beef, pork, mutton, fruit, 4c. The wool of our 
flocks will he converted into our snilors' fmnnets, 
and into coarse woolen and blankets, 
of Wheeler A Wilson's and Bright 



Woiuuri'n Inftuauoe. 
"And if ft trouble dimmed Ibcir gohlon Joy, 
'Twos oulwnrd dross and not infuwd alloy; 
Then Homb know bat nfToctlon'i look and speech, 
A little HBATM aboro dissension's rench. 
As the Sun is the center of tliu solnc sysU 
giving light nnd life.lo 



id.lt, 

C, il f, "I n, l 



o make up ti 



tnd drawers of the 



,.,„lv,-, 



l-.iliii.rni 



e but n purl of tbo ndvonlnges nnd 
tot will aecrno to Snn Frnnclseo nnd 
f this question shall bo token up and 
met in tbe right spirit. Shall the wbnlo fleet of 
tbo Pncifie center nt Han Francisco? Wo could 
pile up feet! of impnrtunce, were it needed. We 
slmll often spenkon this theme. IVo nsk attention 
to the fact, Hint already those interested at tbe 
Islands in this great trade aro beginning to feel 
nlnrmed at the prospect of losing it. Rend their 
papers— straws show which way the wind blows. 
One great fuel, lhat tlw cicbnngo npon whalemen's 
draft's are from ten to twenty per cent in favor of 
thisport, speaks rolnmes. If our citiicns, of ovary 
Interest, will look to this subject in all its bear- 
ings, they will net ; nnd if they will only net, in a 
little time we wc shall see the Pacific wbalo fleet 
center In San Francisco, ns sure as wo shall see 
Cuba and a portion if not nil Mexico under the 
gloriaus stars and stripes. Fate? Koltbntgrent 
id good Providence thai has over watched over 
tr nation, to build up nnd increase It for the good 
or the world, has decreed this work, and man cannot 
hinder it; they that nowaid will enjoy the benefit. 



Worn 
beautiful cut on our 
if what wo say. £ 
dence of the "good 



t pnge 

■ ■ nulling." 



Ilore is tl 



County Agricultural Societies. 
The: following nro the main sections of a bill for 
e incorporation of County Agricultural nnd Mc- 
lanical Societies, ns introduced iota our Legis- 
tnrebyJIr. Redman, of Santa Clara, and pnb- 
ihcil in the Sacramento Union. We aro truly 
ad to notice this interest in behalf of Agrieul- 
re thus early in the session; it betokens well, 
"e notice in the twelfth secti 






i,it<l„ :l 






I ports of the Pacific. The 



Atlantic Stales, thct 



-c, 


i,: iluiln 


M. 


■■ 1,1,111, 


1" 
pii 


■ ilill'-.-r 
ere. In 


ds. 


Tbe up- 



6, no vessel has ci 



moved, and, by Ibo 
to that existing in J 
Ylaled. This may I 
the dotica of Marine 
the Peace, la coafor 
"' t-enLioUl July, 170"! 



n[, union presented losear" 
ali-u'S hnve l.e-ii j,.iMinlli 
realiouuf ., Iril.nrnl -iin 
eve York, may In- nlmllv 
■ |ili-lied l.y il L .vr.h- 
Judge upon some Juslici 

l.ol of Congress 
this object, an 
: the people of 



uuld he styled Judge, 
■r Ihe service bo wooh 
u ibis enpoclty, he shoi 



n.. |.ii..i. ti... r-itv ..r a.i'n 

the .-ick or ili-.,l,L,l .. ti . 
f'junly Iloipilnl at n In 



"l futilLd I 
riial..-= M.irii 
iinjlil [...■nn 



lii:'=ul.j,ri, lo lake from tbi 
;ummercinl Advertiser, p 
i.iiidivicb Isbmds, the foiti 
tb Dccemher last. 
The North Pacific Whnl, 



aflor thus 

excellent paper, the 
islied nt Honolulu, 
'K Tacts, of the date 

n's List, ns reported 
number of wbnle- 
Sauih Pacific to bo 

">'l: The Sperm 



to point o 

lie Hie n, 
Pileitk-. 


t thnt It is designed by Proridc 
H entrepot of the wbulu llccLi c 


Whysb 
only our 1 


nld not this -trade be given loth" 
' wo no of no reason in thu n 


Hi at Uianj 
sertlon of 


d to our Slate. Wc rejoice lo 
former obutaclo* of n Bcr ; ou> n 
•vy pilotage, rnellitie. for repairs 
"rj.™" 1 ' WnnI of ['"Per supplie 


ui.irly,,!,, 


rn «™tto>iIiiq Ur nospli n i,,„ cn 

now removed; and It only Dtr<tl 
<•» m ibis subject (which bus be 
« by Ihe Chief Jlagljlrnte) on th 


wisely call 


that will 


ot'only amouT "" C ^ ir ° ni!l B 


nnnunlly, 


ul ^'=h^lI«trnmo U Mon J .hli 



grant $900 nnnunlly lo such 
ist respectfully suggest to tbe Hon. Chairman 
e importance of making it ol/iyniiry on each 
county to do eo : and then wc would hope that the 
State would add S500 annually to ench ennnty, 
thus giving them $1000 each jcar. We feel fully 
confident that it would be n good investment for 
County and Stale, nad pay a better interest thnn 
any other cipendiiure made. Wc trust the Agri- 
cultural Committee will give a thorough over- 
hauling to the famous Report of the Recording 
Secretory of tbe Stole Agricultural Society. We 
notice n discrepancy of some S500 between his 
Report, which he says is from the Treasurer's 
book, and tbe one recent!)- published by us, which 
wns direct from Ihe Treasurer. There is ft singu- 
larly-equal nnd uniform expenditure in each of the 
two Secretaries' office! (some SI05J each}, they 
together making nbont S-1000, or on.t-,ntnth of the 
whole Income of the Society. Tho Committee, 
however, will ascertain how mutters slnnd. But 
in tho mean time wo hope every county will be 
aided in establishing u good society of it s 

Secthis I. Authorize-} any seren or more white 
PLI-J.m. lo Lirni nn Agricultural Soci.riv, with :[ K 
».-'nl [.■■ui.T.' ilii.-u.iud m ,i lt .-.iiii.-.<..,| bodies. 

?•:■-■:. In iKl.liiioi, ,o ll„-„. ,hey shall havi 
iiulli.iniy l„ ,,i, r.- 1,.,,,: and hold lands not lo «. 

■-.-.;.! in 111-.- ncjir.-^Lli: !,;,! „, r£ ,,. wiI ,;,.,,,,, 

l.Miild.n,.. ,!,.-., ..n.i 1 ,.,„: l li, su u,i, n p [c , V( . Fnen(3aj 
.in in . . v.irj 1,, i,..,i,T(iii,l ,.u.-,, L ir:, ;: ,. iiyri.-nldir, 
bo.licultur,. .I.imc-Sli.- mar-jlauiirw, luccbank'' 
inni.'i.iiolil ■■•-oiboniv, rur.il tn-li- and i,-.,-ii. L . „ i 
— ' industry, stock n^W .n'n',', 
' "of the 



is branches thereof, i 



d for thu ti 

rV-.i'lenl, 



Sue. 3. Tbo offlccrs arc to he 

|,-l- I'r^-i.lMii,-, ,i Petrclary, uTl__ 

'ireclors, all of whom nln'ill be iuemln.-rs 
— ' -vbn shall form a Board of Jini 



They fliali i,c , 



i. Tht 



mil be ( 



i ally i, 



■I for 111,.: 



shall be held nl 

Erst. Thesemi-nnnnnl 

may deem proper. 

Sec. 7. The Board ol 
amounts, article! or ot 
nuy nnnual Fair, the va 



-[■I lM„ 






ing the exhibition. ' 
(trading of nny debts 
Jney In tbe Ireasurr, 



nd for holding its annual Fn rs and 

" ""-■•: i.ni-i„-,,. n„, ,M,, , ' - -"■' 

ers of tho Hoar,] ,„ j| ilmi ", t .' . ,' ,1 ""' "."■"'- 
"I'iiil till- Miine = - -_ 1 3 j u 1 1 ; r | ■ '. '"■'> l " li ' , 

H^F-^sCyr 

XI ' hC fa ' l,,re l0 W «r premiumVben 
"n't- It B^^^'ninAerlioorpu,^. 

object, lime „r ',„..,,,, ■',;■;;'' 



Mill i. 



■vid,..,,,., 



ll-TfUf, ,- 

a nil Coo 



I |,1„ 



r..ill-r- 11,,., 



Tlie-llo.ir,i,,fSi,, 

"null Soeletv mm- In., f,;, 
, empowered, If ihei- d.oni'iM. 

"l'i"-«l'rhUi ,,„„ Ml .h.v.,,,,,,,:, 1 ,",'. 1 ' 

•A by Society exclusively for 
mieij- nnd memb 



id soul of Hon 
,11 lesser planets, in that sphere, will over 
nnd lo, in which oil must draw light, life, 
pe— Heaven. 
Wo sit not down now to wrilo n fulsome pane- 
gyric upon Woman., bill to give utlernnoo loonrnest, 
honest, healthful truths, thnt were planted In us at 
our conccptinn, strengthened In os lill our birth; 
then nourished, and fed to us, as wo. drew our life- 
food from our blessed mother's warm breast. 
These truths hnve grown with our growth, strength- 
ened with our strength. They nro a. part of our 
being. In nil onr boyish spurts— in youth, in tbo 
flush of manhood, nnd in our riper years— we hnve 
seen, heard known and felt thnt Woman — "Lnsl nt 
tho Cross nnd first nt the Gravn" — over bus been, 
and ever wil! be, the great, mighty, potent, all- 
pervading influence nnd pnwer that cnnlrnla man's 
physical, intellectual and moral destiny, both in 
Time nnd for Eternity. 

Who can, or who dares, deny this 7 Tho general 
work of creation was not perfect till Womnn was 
made, nnd wo hnre tho Word of tbe Almighty for 
assertion ; in nil his other works, the record 
and "Hcsw thnt It maagood." Lastly, He 
i mnn in his own imnge, after his own like- 
iiil ii,,lliiinli>, and lie brcntlied into him the 
breath of life, and "Man became a living tout." 
And all things that God hnd made ho pronounced 
good; and, nllliiiugh Ihe Earth then was complete, 
nnd Adam stood a perfect man, mado In tbo 
"imago of Gad," yet there even, in the perfect 
Garden of Eden — everything gnod, everything' per- 
fect — it wns not goad for ".Man to be alone," and 
'Woman irai created: created loo from Kan — taken 
from his very side — a part of himself. From thnt 
moment her influence has been tho most potent. 
It was Woman tbat caused Mnn lo sin, which 
drove him from Paradise, and it will be Womnn 
that will restore nnd sure him and bring him back 

It was from Mary, the mother of Jesus, thal_a 
Savior was born to Ihe world; nnd, from lhat 
hour, the Jlorya and Ibe Marthas have led, Influ- 
enced and controlled the world. And Ibcir con- 
trol is of a two-fold nature: the one is lei'Mfn the 
sphere of Ilome, the other ail/iout it: tho ono is 
from the Divine, springing from Bethlehem, and is 
full of love, pence nnd joy; tho other is Inintcd 
with tho Foil, nnd lends to the ruin nf Man : the 
the one is marked by ignorance and selfishness, 
and is controlled by fashion and worldly pnssions; 
Ihe other is known ns Ihe well trained, physical, 
intellectual nnd moral type or perfect Woman: 
the one is Man's slave nnd phiy-ibing, mistress; 
the other Man's equal and companion, the wife 
and mother. And yet, both characters wield a, 
power thai has, thus far, controlled the world— 
the one for evil, the other for good. 

A bright dny, wo bolicvc, is now dawning upon 
the Earth ; nnd Woman, redeemed, appreciated 
elevated lo her true plnco in the temple of Home, 
ill become the Bun-light of that Ilume— the guide, 
guardian and edacnlor of tho eons aud daughters' 
nf the Earth. It is thus believing in tho mighty 
influence of Womnn, in redeeming our roco from 
error and sin, that -wo desire to hnre the full power 
of her Influence In onr jnurnnl. Wc already owe 
a deht of gratitude to Woman, for tbe character 
and influence she has already shed on our path- 
way for good; and wo rejoice lo know that tbe 
"Lames' Dwabiuhst" of The Fahmeb is known 
nntT nppreoinled in Europe nnd America— abroad 
as well as here, In onr own Golden Lnnd. And it 

' '" \ n "P"i«' manner, we desire to hnvo 

fell nnd its circle widened. And It Is 
in wo must look, and on her rely, for aid 
ding the voice of Tntt FAn« En , until her 
I her influence shall, by means of our eol- 
ach every family altar in our land Our 
spread tile great truths of Woman's wants 
is followed by conversion, and 



it-= I .■ 



nf Igne 
,nd n 



ced from tho chnii 



I i.l I,., ■ 



IMi.ms.H.,,, 



ure— then will come tho day of 
laa, through her restored power, 
itorcd lo T/amdlse, and will ia 



il Whosowt 

OUR CotlltESPO 



things, bosidt 

inony und kindm 
Spring from out 



most acceptable bevy of g 



■v p.. 



* " hnve a beautiful snng 
Mend Leonore; It win 
"ve, too, tho "Mountain 
-'!«"» of our mountain 

-"'il'J.-'l nf ■■! H,l U,ii,|. -i 
' Bbol soon. She bad 
se-quill IO reply. The 
Iruin our friend .Vnrlhi- 



ofm 




^-'•-•==^^^i»s^i?s ! iss!ii 



'h "I" 111,.- |>i,T 

vill soon appear. 

/ «Smir1° _ ° f "" 1 fc^ 1 " llon,ltl of our 

& lLW? C - M : G r C,! Greenwood 

s <° long detained her in aHeMi.™ 

■■•< Erant she may soon he restr?».rt . b "' 

'""-"'V ""'"■' '" '""'■' -I" '■'■" 

m, which she has 



IIUi-li lioui.r in hir-flf „,'„\ 
•> our renders. We bnve | 
iilioii- from _\. II. ||. ^ | lv| , 



These nil will hi 
npuenr. 

r highly , 

il 11,.- Si,:,',. 



■I I"-- 1 



Agrieultural So 

'■u l,: " ' 



». 



THE CALIFOBNIA FARMER. 



SJ8IBES3 niEOIOBT. 
AU.^U^lWr...-rhl"l^^mp"«^Co-.^ton M. 
Ps oaai i'l'' .lre£. rhrube, «».--H">Mntei!«rHew Vol 



"viid*'..-"- C U Eai'lmic cor Battery and Oreson 

i lowOiCo ..fcirotturn, nuiWi-ia™*!™ 

!lmblIB«"--" wnunlMlua pr.-!i«c mrrebsiit tl Cli, 

ir T^Mr ...E.iilc end pocket colli-eY....!?-' - ; ::; ' 
imt.Sc F ''"!'■ ■-"''■"" '■"■ ' ' " lI '"5 l "' : '■"'" ' ' |l "™" ulr,c " 
edwanb A LA Co. .choice buiiily (.-rocirtes.-SI day ibj Fmt 

■-■■■■-". i : „n J'iuDtwCiucksiTiIQro.-lSl-lKJMoulcoracrj 
i'l" F:\liil -«..Tii' -icv D.J.-- !•= Uoulcoimrj nni J , = '(., -;i 
ili-i-IJ, I.. .(:■■!'■■. "■'■'. 'lir..'in-l hir-. I)..,.'-' i;i.l .. Fine 
Hock, i: Ijioibcrl.-Anll-Fnetlnn A.lc-orr.ire . . .I'.u .'■■.- ■ ■■>■ 
11 J« ra '.*Brt:Ui.!r...!>. ■:'.;■!■ ,■:■..!.■ ,i i ■..,.■■■ ■ -;'■ ■: 
iJorn'fof Dei JTT-' Vanes'. GiucrY^IontcVoMj cor t.er.V. 

II. i-1 !,:■■ .1::. --A - U..1.-...J -■- 

L -l:.v I',,-- Ti.iimiliv. •.. rl< i> :>•■■■ ■ ■ ;.'■.■. ., ■■■: 
YV-"-!-' ■ ill : i- '■.■!>,...,. '■ " '■""' ■>.■■■ ■ ITT i -.-. 

L TO mi,,u.iii c ■ ■■;'■■' s^fSta^SSSBS 






M^GLAUFLIN & DAKIN, 
Purcliaslnp; and Forwarding 

COMMISSION AGENTS, 

Pnrr hnniii ir a nd Fordwarding Gocds and 

MercliaDdisa, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

TO ALL PARTIES RESIDING IN THE 

INTERIOR OF CALIFORNIA, 

AMD OREGON AND W ABH1HGT0K TERRITORIES, 
1 BUSINESS IN 



S-i-.-i-r-- i L'ni|n.,|jr.:.. r , li ..-art Brother.. ..115 w 
l:,r c-l: lr,-.i D-r-a C iii'c. entire herd . .Charles A 

T.Tlcr £ p,«l..[«[-.Tnti-wJBWJ..rjriV|'::(*r..LVf 
nonuiwr W..ec'*'I', Ml!':''.'=ri,r.-. li.y.rl.- ....', 

Grsrta A. William*, commlaiioa merchants.. 67-? 1 

"i -t.'.-jru, J I ■ ■■.■".■!■. rr-;. It"-:.. >■". «"s.l:i>.!«i 



Wa-hioolon. unfltiriL 



y ,: , ■;■' 






S :■.-:'• :: -jr. I liiir.frr Knul I.J ■■.!■■.;. i( W IV-..V j,.i.IJ:i. -iliii 
S"rr..:..l'c.-n-- ■.r.l >i".| l^.-n--. --[.Iliu.i-.II i; 11 :> ugh . . OaUa oil 
cl.r,ta Clara Karwy-.L A U'.ukl.lroli-lree-, etc.- Santa Cuub 

Hotel IgmiuMTiaxu. — Tbo best proof of tho appro- 

['jii.'U ,.f .idl-'" patron/, i- ilicir continued and increased 
patronage. Wcjodge oilers by cunclvci, their success 
by nor ova; Ike chnogu that is constantly going on in 



thickly round iu until by their oft-familiar and pleasant 
«..rdj its hill them m! old friends, no know they an. 
ptraaueml fritmb — and" such no take lo ho tho ease 

ecllont house. Mr. uiil Mm. Uuley deserve very great 

booso us a riru-ilii. /'unify Htltl. 
Wo jpcsli fn.m pcnuDi] knoKladgo wbtn wo my. It 



boonltonslj roppliod with o-cijlomrj of 
Tbo Tigitiblo depurlinenl boiug from the g 

[.T.'[,n.-|.hr. i"r L -.-b L.v.n-.lnvi lite 1-ntTcr, ^^c' 
olso frorn tho duiry and f - ■ ■ ■ 






cfaiolc* oundrri, dud appljlDf nor upseitics to jc 
'or buiEneu upidlT and lioocsly oi purpoic, wo refer J 



[':■■ M 


-1 I'lin,, 








is Doedcd in 
































1 lh 














l:d-.,i.. 1-,.. 


at'/uid 'Uloulii ri 


-.1,1,:; l!,i, 11 


ollL eOabfvrs f[ 
UL 



Otm Sew Tire— The beautiful lype, on which 
our pajwr it printed this week, ia fram Iht cele- 
brnled Typo Foundorj t,r L. Johiuron * Co., Pbiln- 
utlpliin, cslobllihcd in UOo. For the spltndid 

']■■:■ il:,L,. !.,.,!: pr,.,,,,!,^ US hj MkSTS. OUtOT fc 

i :iirit.-r. m,. .','_>..„!- |-„ r L. John-oo Jr. Co., for thi. 



SEEDS! SEEDS rr 

C*op of 1858. 

Just Receiver] by Expren, on the ateamer 
JohL I. StephBna, 

fll« * FOLL AiSSOBTMEST OK BEKDJ, __ 
CHOP OF 1SBS. 

TAKE NOTICE , 



Foreign ana Fanoy Qrape RooU, 

Peach and Cherry Trees. 

Toretber wlih a foil .^ compia, u lnnmcn , 0l 

AORICULTUHAL IMPLEMEHTS. 

J. L. I'AKQBrjrjy 
TlLC.370Xl.s S l a ._tl3?e.ca. 

^>3Q-\rOKr OATTLE, 



-^ICl«^ in illiVi. ,„, ,- ,,,. ,,., i . 



;;', j'_ '-/(■■■-;ii;:;L;v,^^\i;.' ;, ";;:,^£ 



Rica QcABTt DacoTinisi is MAnTroji.- 
aioito says, lut neelt Mc(jj» Bondert A Di 
whllo prospecting fir quart!, ntir Honto Shoo '. 
- 'lanuDlho richneis of whicb Is onpn'tiltut.d, 

out, poonjcil up in a baud ravrL.i. >kl,l, ,1 






Iso, Joshua George, 



T.Uy nlglil, Ida 
ideuam in a. otud-Diortar. Tb< 
IcnfiTO. Thus, in a day, tho for 
both the imuineos mentioned, aro 
raised Troin po«rly I" comparatii-o affluence. The fo 
c.'lug slalemcut miiy 1* relied upon as slrictly tho In 
Flthou' -'- 



(OS. M. P. Wltnr.n.— Wo call Ibo a 
the eollcclion of Seeds tout to lb 
upreisly by this distinguished frieu 



mii\ 



urou-n nntnn. in one or. 
"tne" mfnl I«°iiu"™iVl 



We' 



SAMUEL PILLSBURY, 

DEALER IK 

BUTTER, CHEESE, ECCS, 

Haras, Bacon, Lard, 

AFFLEG, CTrtJVUT3E;TctTctIE3, 

And III otier kinds of FRUITS tn thdr sauon. 

No. 48 Washington Market, 



tefers by pcrmiMlon, u> 



- llembley i Co^ | 



PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, 

*e>, Ac., Ac 

OLIVER & BUCKLEY, 

TTAVE now LANDING AND IN STOKE, AND FOR 

■J."i"i'i-. , ;.',».!'- < wblIeZ!De, 
ill ".m .-.ll.-.i,. LIb.— d Uild^.ll.Jmdraw), 
1".^" ' L-..l''.r,. ^T.if-iu Turptnlld^. 

StIB calkitj VoroUli (Engluh atd AmcrlcMil, 
J,000 Uin Wmdun GLu. («i ■— -'- — 



6,-10jcowli Glue ((UHirtrd quilltic). 

WE ALSO HAVE ON TJAND. 
JLnrU OH, anil Bobae Oil, 

Xao. lots to six! t, 
Ai 86 and 8§ WashlnBton alrcet, 

And 87 and B9 Oregon 



Pianofortes, Melodions, 



fc COURTAZ, 



alMB- 

Agency for the Sale of their Instruments, 
SIOORE'S PACIFIC PT/RSITDIIE WAREnOOSE, 

.tgomerj- Slraet, Son Prnnclsee.. 

«m*u|^rir,l.-t.'l lljt rmir.,- u,j I Tut.Liij 

1 - r.!:^ ni 1 uLjoit'.r I'I.t..- il:-,di ,..-r i-u. r^^'.ij on the fdfLft: 



CALL AND SEE THEM, 



OALIFORKTIA. 

General InteUigcneo and Emigration Olce, 

No. 323 Greenwich street, earner of Dnaae, 
KTB^VT - "2-OnK. 

'['HS:!7iniHi:!Lllii;RI-,,.-.,.-„,.,l ...flY^lnfomnllonlotboM 

in,E<k'l l,y r Ej ._ - ■ - L-^i[. ir li 




BPBOIAIi j>TOXiaT£]S. 



we nrn abend of the world In Photographs; wr are ahead of 
tbo world In DSEOerrootypos. We buro docuraenu lo proio 
It, the wbltairtsblnfi of an anprlnei|ittd cooiDilttoo Jd Marjs- 

were peculiarly seaildTO to tho loueh 



that my ndclibor brxgi s 






Sloepl eieepl aiecpl 



Sleep 1 Bleep 1 


nd Uk ee P 


beet. 


e leapt Sleep 1 

Jot.llo.ln e ie,th 
they're married 


n «n 


■ST" 


t'"f 6 rr 


';,"'^, ! ' 


*£ZZ 


trfPULu'T 




J.e.»n« 


1. BCURIKBEft, 
red, near Hotel Interna 



INTERNATIONAL. HOME INDUSTRY 



San Francisco, California. 



tbeliUnnunry, 1B57, asa 

FIBST-OI.Ji.SS HOTEL, 

In erery particular. Tbn present 

Leiets and JKa.mger., 

A. S. HALEY. 
JNO. J. HALEY, and E. R. ROBINSON. 

with a doliciey not uijhina (■) oner.i.ieh "[■'■n tho Braille 



i.bL.:!, ih...i 
all or pub 









rely the SUPERIOR MODE It 



r"THE I10.1IK Of 



V'i.'-n ivjn-,-.. rbr jr.Irii^ jiitflllc ^T],r]J 



1, Ibn Hrlng oed the deni 
apeak all: 



id gather round nawbereno etand 



5Xen, In thdr priioe, cneb tike a brother, 
Joined hand la bend they're linked lo^ctcrr; 
II"jc, l.-o, ih'.'ttc-J, rjie noblcflebow, 
They, hand in band, together go. 
Yoong raeo and maldrnn, free from eare, 
Hoale or plljhted, like Jewell rare, 



This U 






\1- Urnruii m:il and freslt-Ine hui-il ._ 



rrjf me Oiyerei.atcd Ultcn_For lie cure of Dii 

IraiJ, ilcUllf, Sin Sir!. , M-rr), ftun, lltedaibr, Ex- 

bJ/.bJ a.arroE £t!-r/ii?, oraliy dUeoio baring its orbrla in 



if Medicine. Conuloinn no il 






V. FO\t LE ^ Co., Ptoprieture, 






SEWING MA CHINES! 

Firtt Premium, 1658. 

WHAT MACfJIN E TOOK THE FIRST Asr. ONLY 
Piemlum for WORK, at tbo Blate Fair, at 

(i HOVE H i. BAKER'S. 
(1 hoi :■; Mat look Pint I'romlum fotWoik otMo- 
chanlc" Filr. 3»n FraoeL-e* 1 
OROVER 4 BAKBLl'S. 
What Moehlno t.^k Fii.i Piomlum at Sin Joeo eonnlT 

■■■I ■ :■., I 

ulmvi;n .: ; h.tkiilf.- 
I villi .liujlr .tote Ibil I hare the documanU to proro 



S. O. URtGIIAM Bt 



.etwoen California ind Pino. 



Tlie Genuine Dry PKsLi; 

SANDWICH ISLANDS, 
JACOB SOHRIEEER, 

Nut door lo InternsUonal nolo]. 
IW DRY FCItl is Ihn U.althlest, Softa.L, Ohenoost, 
od moil Durable material far Redding now In use. 
DTsT Eleoi wlR out Urn In Pulu Bieduo. 2B3m 



thus rendering il al all timet tbe mail 
DESIRABLE STO PI' ING- PLACE 

For Families or Single Gcnlltmcn, 
during their sojourn io Ibis city. 

THE " INTERNATIONAL-ROTE!. 
lACD," under Iba supcrlntoodeaco of 
P. B. SHira. late Stage AgonUt Sacrntncnlo Cily, Isin 

the Hotel, fof Onn Dollar each, mi I iding I! >'.: ■■■.■■■ 
AslIRIOir: JOHN J. IIALkV on d ' "' 



'Enilley, Bl*to Treasurer 
id. •udFnnUy; U. B. A^ 



B. E.rficli»ls and Fiunllv- da 

ll.ii. f.W„.-.l .o.] K.t.iII, Hnninei 

IV, i, 11 r.h-'rr- ..Ml I ,:i,|l : . S;il. Kr .1, .■'.-.'. 

J !.■!:..■ II li rkt Fnil l.ijij'l'.- ..M.,ri|.o*'! 



nl. IJllllll-.J DI 









S'^IS 



J ':i~n,'<7, : \\-*. 



BANKERS, ETC. 



MARK BBUMAGIM & CO., 

jB A.S ssssLstS MstSsj 
UO Motilsonsery alrect. 



SIGHT AND TIME BILLS 

American Exchange Bank, New York, 

Payable in the Principal cities of tbe Union nnd 

l'[.WIU.-E OLll.ri liAHd A.Ml MINT CKKTIr ir!lT til 
KIJGSJIVE IlEi'UilTi, lil.M.HI. \]:U ^TECl.tL. 



ENOOTJRAGE 




TOE SUBSCRIBER DESIRES TO AN- 

nounco to tho public that he bas now on band 

and ready fur talc, oF 

HIS OWJI HANTJFACTOBE, 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 

In this State, and all lo bo offered on Ihs 

MOST LIBEItAL TERUfS. 

The suiMrtnienl embraces everything wanted 

FOR PALL AND WINTER USE. 

The Iiu piemen 



i tbo 






,t tbo 



awarded, at tho Stale Fair al Mnryirllle, tho Mechanic*' 
I'-iLr .-.f ihi.- oily, and the Santa Clara Uountv Fair, 

Four Gold Itleuals, 

Fire Silver McdalH, and) 
Twenty-live Diplomas. 

Among tbo prominent Impleinents offered, Il 

SMITH'S PATEHT GANG-PLOW, 

ttbich rtas tried at the Stilo Fair In Maryrrllle, and tho 
CountrFairatSunJoje.toIhocntlioeaiUfiictionofoTory 
ind (bur 



tho tingle] 



id in i 



lofthrc. 






Jiieith 



THE SKELETON CLOD CRUSHER 
FIELD HOLLER. 

This Is nn Implement long Hinted by the fanner) ■■'. (hi.i 
country, lo irhom It ■■•ill bo of untold value. It Is 

pondontlr or oacb other, and trill thoroughly 

pol.orlio.biojkin B oTerylomporoarth, 

loroltog the land, and leaving a 




DEEP TILLER PLOW. 

Second and Third-sized Seep Tiller Plow. 

SIDE HrLL PLOWS— irnparlaot for hilly 

THE SBOVEL PLOWS. 
Weeding and Hilling Plows. 

XHE 

SUBSOIL PLOW. 

This all-Important Plot* dcsarTos tha special attention of 
to call and examine those made by na. 

T. OGG SHAW, 

Agricultural Implement Manufactory, 



«.: ivill ,.,J Cfco:.. ,lr.,».; ---.l-i"-l " ■' ...... ..f wrV<U[ 

by Eapirta. Afororr.li!>- .,. ' ,„...,-,-i v.UI I- „h t r c ..-J „,, 

auoJi A.li.noi-, Dr,,l ,,i. i.;,,r,-,.- in ■.!,■ r..i >■ „t Iu bl I ions. 

cb^nsoBank. Nti. V.irl-., I,.r ivlil I, n ... :!::■.■,,.. »||| t- . li i, ii 



MANSFIELD & WOOD, 
Clotli and *. I'l flil tie Warehouse. 

WTMAN * CO.'H SOPBRFINE OLOTniNU. 



Cloths, CasiInRrie, Yes 



and Tailor's Trlmmlu, 



Gentlemen's Fine Furnishing Goods, 

,lso Brooks' celebrated Calf, Pnlom-lenthcr, DroaaM 
Water-proof U. ■:■. lrmiki. V.Ouc.., i. i.jn t ll-^r. 



)f Ihe Armr and Nary, and all who "■ 
OLOiniMO, m»do In lira most apprurei iTjlei" 
159 ami 1G1 Montgomery Strut, 
m Opposllo Slnntgomory Block, San Frai 



i-miit-h" Ureas TrlmnttutTH, 

hosiery, "crisrr)Eii-r.ii<rEisr, 
HOOP SKIRTS, 

y article for Ladles 1 and Children's osa. 
MRS. D. N0IICHOS3, 



m i 



sslrect, above Monl 



Paclflc Fringe Irlanulactorj- 1 1 [ 

IllESS TRIMMINGS CORDS, 

aiRDLES, TASSELS, do. 

Constantly on hand and mode to order. 

D. NOROROSS, 
* US Sacramento ■Ltcot.nbtm) Monlgomorj 



A. L. EDWARDS & CO., 

GrEOCEKIES, 

At 81 Clay street, above Front, 

A h. EDWARDS & CO. HAVE JUST OPENED 



FLODR— Solicitor brands or domestic. 

COILS- MEAL-Fre.b. in ID, 25 in 1 Hl-lb sack,. 
BUCKWHEAT-MEAL— Uommy, coarse and fine, 

COFFBK-Old Oovorameot and Oroen Java, and 

TEAS— Superior fresh Qreon and Black, In 6, 12, 

CANDLES-Cbemicai, Sperm, Wnj, and best qnal. 

II; Adamantine. 
SUGAR— Crofhed, Pondered and Brnnn. 

i.:il i-:i;-i:-i', I, r.:rLi.-. .,nl Horhnm Farm. 
Piciclie— English and California Pickles, in pint! 

Ptk-FnuiTs— English and American Pie-Fmiu, In 

Ott— China Nut-Uil in ih,-. ...<•..', \ ,:, 

Ylasi l'owiiKne-PtsjIon & Morrill's, Bono Mill* 



.-r.ncii-Ulenflold Patent 
Mie-o M- in- -in ni tarU «nJ half-gallon iara. 
i'r. „„ T.irlnr sod Soda. 

Preaenoi— all kinds Jams, Jollies, Sauce), de., In 
Our cuitomon may roly opon arory article (old by ui. 

The Pricet, in trery raped. Low. 
Ooode delivered frna of ohnrge to anr pari of tbo city. 
A. L. EDWARDS t CO., 
10 - 3n t No. SI Clay stroot.above Front 



HENRY HEWITT & CO., 
Wiilaru's Grain - sower and Harrow, 

iL lb j) r . Jt,1 ? uf « t . u 'a.(:5«_ l ll'_ n "l>b', Ollmoro & Co.'j 



TYPE FOR SALE. 

A PONT OF NKIV liuURCEQIJ TVPt IIIU pouoji), 
r ".' '''I.".^" ■1-"'"^ fro, ° ■ Boston r>oundory, for Hiu it 
Al .i, i.i> ■■..: yy< pounds BmirEeobL lately In u e on the 

',"?,'"■■ I| 1 , r . ; !' '.'Vi' ! , '" " '' '"" ■' '"'''' " ' "" I'.- 1 "■■""■■■i" 

Apoly et Fnroi-r i_i:!i-.-.-, I ;l; ^Va::iWi.-iui m.-i ;on-ela1niJ. 



THE 



eTaTifoeniafabme^ 



fairies' Sgjfirlntnit. 

AM ORIGOTAI. POEM. BT 3BRENA- 



d truthful entlim 



rt «bo 1 



.wakened Po 
lock in bi» "Conne ofTimo," pervades those hnca: 
"[I,. I..IKI..H hi- linir. and ™'i™> , "' ar ' i ' entranced, 

AnS'sJ^JimtlttUoplnibohmnuiliwrt." 

liou of Ibo apcedy noil pcnnaneat evidences of Iti 
promised good. 

The (Winning t-eonllfnl tribute, paid by Sbcrbnrao I 
Byron, b applicable In tail com: 

"ImiaoiUll bard ! tbr name .ball bo enrolled 
Aaaac lie f.-' ■■' ^iia IP,- [-■..'■> trowa,- 

TU [„i,. |!.. .r :■!.. ■!!:.> ■■-r!l uD'-d L 



Tbc "Eaa a! ItUfhteoasnou" 0; 
To warn tin <™rW -.'/rVW i. 

Oppressed by King" end Prksl 
Condemned to !ivo-1"ii£ l"ii and 

Then was the Cbrinn, the auai 



iced its raily llgbt, 



come !— ibo wtirld'j long prornued day"- 



In {:r«n Did ngu 


' 


bights jnblim 
bo laborer yield 


Of vegetation, ml 
Bunpliu .Mb.. 


llnjl uviu licr fruitful fie 
inc^rmgJun rivals the Re 


0, California 1 


„ Iby y, 


thiol might. 


Ad J dedfcnlc thy 


(Ircagth 


(led and High 



ly forth in all her maiden pride, 



COME I 


While uW Hit conquered air her winged «u 


niicddny; 


Sublime and calm, as Deity, bor mien— 




Toirard Ibo Soolb she lures nil camtit eye— 




liar rob* is brightly Decked with ocean [net 




And on bur brow, Urn glory eftbc iky. 




Ono hand. npmL-ed, a magic trident groan) 




iDfignia of bor power and triple array— 




The book of falo Ibe other llmily clasps— 


chcd dent mora. 






The tinier ArU am groaned in beauty near, 




With tboaghUul Science who their irork c^ran 


rumlbcirbWb 


Labor itilb /incny nrow, the pioneer - 



.!-d 


l'o bnnlj 


...;.„ 


Miko 1 


,fcd. 


TJ.o &&fc 


raj-lta. thought, 


The ann 



Ac 1 Id (erolchral cell) to bile ll bom tie light; 
ro ibo lac;, i.f kcjnledge i^V.y reuse 



.:.n'in-f-. 



ud, ll 



Per gold an 
Jo.1 tijll citing li m lit rui««i Mkl .' 

Th;y pioodlj boasted, ih;o. Tiro earth ond b 
All light and truth were captives of the boor, 

And to oU>V regal bend niche, was given, 



And o'er Britannia'! Ilia ia glory brokal 

Itanjrirtal genius, that Tor act* alept, 
rofddid bet bright i>ih£ — ynco more on earth ai 

Anil, where bor thadnw glanced npon the sod, 
Embryo Art nod SoIooto tpnuig to birth ; 

And great PhBoiophy, icrtoo like God, 
PDmaiarimirotM hell icith ions of earth. 

TbneoBcdDg million! 



Tint 






Ti,'|.-r.d iri- 


hope, f 


tviftl ..f tl 


if now [men J 


lb»y ibmk L 


oir tnm 


null eS, an 


d B«lkj*J£rwl!ike 


Thy mennm 


entiofd 


>Uile» fm 


amo 


Prnnder than Egypt'i : 








cmplcs la nibllma re 




Abort tba mn 


rmurinr; 


-roffd! that Ibr'ioged hcritnya; 


CEoiepe, 








Immorlnl upiniiegi r 


ibj hui 




IVboiB apin 


Lniumn 


riebly wen 




ITilbpncelej, 


BOM'Of 


nilDdlbyO 


.1 had li,-,ly giTDn. 



"_' 1 1 1 ■ 1 _J I I > IN 

To lidllOU ll. 



fbill nnd vol-, nnii far extendi 
And the dwD-troddon of Iba 1 
nd g.irdua] bloom, and Dcldj ol 

Sh'i 10 ru? St W^tward 1-r.Tint 



voilllij ninl in 
monib ilashin 
wciillli of cur 





ronketi form 


fo 




muni) henuty 






mm, nnd the 




Llrii-hiinrUd serpent Ihnl lnj coil 




in 


cup bits Blung Ihe fiillicr, the liu 






nf Hid lienrt, nnd llio biishmid, 


of it few tiiuulh 


hit; been, changed to nn inc 


nrtintc runi-f 




Bessie, I dnrc aat Irnco tbeati im 






of the htarthalono nttj further, 






the thick blnckncss of the r 


ight, voicca, 




koon-n, fmnilinr Toicra, culling 










yond the treachorons deep, t 






dnrkncaa is homo it Happy Sen 


Ycur to the v 




ilerer in tho golilon Innd, IHr 


from friends 


nn 


homo; thcEQ voices nro ever nn| 


ng in tny enr, 






1C dim archc 




the past ; I heboid my dent old 


mother, just 





c Hi., yid ibjot w 



r.JL.d 






light nnd free, 
reasara proudly nl her feet ! 
bring Ihemonntnins low! 
e g.ddnn ore 1 
igbwny of Ibo nation— lu I 
every distant jbonl 
r seolaa swiftly eome 

.i«..Hicr I-:.JcBbon«I 



.- lu-iirl i- 






bttuting 
in tlwriglit -ptoce, for Gltli and sin ennuot thrtmo 
whew there iJ so rpur.li purity nnd godlinttsf 
l-MiH,, ,.,[,,.„ [ die and DM Irtid 
iHlhiomt lomb, who *Hl •«» «>* *"«6 "™ 
Oowcra to dcek my lowly restiog-tilttcc? the euli 

**S lUH, a D-nppy ffnr Year to yon, nud hoi 

I v.i.li v..i were sitting bcsitle ne. I ihould lih 
in look'up into your sunny fuce, nnii tell you hoi 
mnny bitter lesions there are in life's B*p« fanM 
nud, Snllie, if my pen don't like "Old M.ri.l,, 
■Mice 1= .[itile tVieiiilly ,li-i^ed to nil mankind 1111 
the women iu pflrticolnr. I knoiv I should ttnvy 
chul with Snllie, nnd tnlk over thinga tiiat ll 

Tliera la "Old Block," too, wlicro la ho, tola 
precious moment? Mora than likely semling 
[hippy Sew Vunv to nil of the Colonel's rjonrrapont 
cats, from the laud of Sod. "Agrienl.t," "B< 
Holt," rtjfory Oleti," "H.E.S.," "S.'B.IT.," ud 
a host of othera irtiota 1 have never seen ; may tl 
evening tephvr tvaft my blessing; ami Huppy St- 
Yenr 10 yon nil, nnd hopo there is yet many 
happy n'mv year in Time's storehouse waiting 1 
null:.' vim blest and Joyous. And, in my heart 
otfering, can 1 forget the Colonel, Hie wort by editc 



oft! 



oivdeil s 



wli-i i"i 
im, piek 



li..lf- 



ir7 Win 



iiiit for 



i hia 



li-li.rli 



rugglingtli 

I flood, will not, in thoir heart, wish linn, till 
lefactor of mankind, many, many o Happy Ken 
nr? My wish is that one who could enjoy do- 
iiic life as he could, would bury ur - "' 



jnld c! 



n tho 



red thickly with tho 

or jewels, our gems, i 
clcome guest? Sy dsm 



it Tear's night? Don' 
y crowd bad been si 
ig streets, how yoii,-D 



A Letter from 

icart wisltcs an 
nd highly estc 
mow that each 
thoughts 



Alice to tho Correspondents 

if the. Former. 

, at tltis time, arc the following 



inly. Th u l 



L-rpbidin 






to flowei 



Iht-gc 

ev],r..'--ed fur our humble self and our journal om 
rt's gratitude is teniiored. We must say, how- 
', that, laborious ns our duties have been, Be- 
I ds have hecn our trials for the past sever. 
■ •, tnrds ntTB nnvot bowed our head or Cruahot) 
spirit, nor can such cventa du so, eh lung n= 
hnvt continually coming, from every sooruc, hj 



prayers nnd wishes for our success, 
pproval of the wiso and good 
or the especial wi.ih tendered tr 
nl dotncslie nature wc send to lit 
prayer that her prayer may 
o could tookc a suiuiblt ret 



mid tl 



* grained, r 
irn to those 



Ao,l tVutnanl lnra< 
'-rtjohenablo rigbto" 1-, 

Then from iu etolr . 
ntrot »u the do i. n t 



i ■ by etdo 



Iu ligoi hcl. il ' 

Tk,,*~,.i.:- 
And «i.; I the »..■■!. . r .:- (r, 

Acdrromit'.- .;. . 
To i-ietole lit pnpW unrrrty 

•Old Ibisgi b»c pauod in 
Tba bnmblo, ud Ibe p Kir, Ibo • 

Mniboi io hrecmn! w.m i 



The Hcnrfi Offering, 
Uli! b;t my f,i" U d.h 
Tb™i K hb U lal«d 

Twill ,rrve to [ooiLe thy wciry hot 
PIna. 



or "WUdwood Inbainga. 
among the Dowert, 



e prying eyes of tho 



Suic, tltnt visit makes nl 
i my lengthened i-\i ie 
ui|!lii. v.-hile (lull Hjure: 



y the i 



Kinc 



■sofnt 



ing Bynt 



ull.-i 



luiiiii.tur..-. 

or my bci 
t I h ct ), 






corrndiug tooth 
Hyped in Ibe so, 
_u fenced off txpi 
id, Bessie, may these f. 
ioiv indite, revive our old love, i 
God of another realm watch t 
i safely through this new year,' 
ipo nnd brightness to us nil. Thi 
nne of the many good wishes 1 would jhoi 
my heal and earliest California friend. 

Edilh, bless mel do yon think I am forg 
any n Merry Christmas and a floppy Jfcw 
you? Sooner would I forget my hirlbri 
memory, become a bankrupt, than to fo: 
(whom my eyes never gated upon), but 



full of 1 



.1 beautiful oa Hyrou' 

Uld M liifPy air il„, x 
night? mixing up in 



,efil, 



irt, that 
ll.iblee, n 
dt;. And 

hirl nud I 
you eeated 



i on the outside ivin- 
i n fretwork of frosty 



,v Year'- , 



ur, thin 



; while 1 
my fort 



i Ibe 



my fin, 



■o the gray ashes full, one by one nn 
: coals growamnllerand minller. till I l 0B e ,i B b 
the bright image, 1 seemlrroreil there." What 
liber aludj ihl, eoatle building among tbu err 
■s is I I ean look further on, and sec lonclr 
eels of deserted houses, ond the silci 
jujrh to startle ooe. for the leproij or the 
i« bath been there, and upon .very doi.i 

■«'mu in"ibc sickly atuiu.plu,,, „„,| ' il u ?; 



nngel bath been there ; n 
■' and uielaneboly u i r bee, 



Kdilh, did j 

Ulint il'lllirl 



■us duties or life. Who tltnt knows ond 
him, ivould not invoke the rich hlcsaing of 
into rest upon hia bead? Bow frlorioiifl, nt 
the evening of life, will bo bis retrospect I How 
, rery many, homes hits he made prospcroui 
appy in this land of gold nud avarice, and 
d the blue ocean, the Colonel and the FaBHEI 
a host ot warm fricods nnd odmirera, nni 
the light of this terrestrial sphere grows 
:r and dimmer to that faithful heart, hi 
spirit will ascend to paradise amid the tears 
blessinga, and prnyera of those who have loved 
and blessed his labors on earth ; and none amo 
the many will miss your glad presence more th 
Alice. A Happy New Year and good night toyi 
i.liI.'H. I. is it J your large family nf contributor,. 
Oiidehb C. Uowk. 



igo, and [ll 



should be allowed to speak. I accidentally rind 
the cslnict from the Ilopoft of the Society, ond the 
remarks mode in the Attn Catifornlo a few days 
onced It one of tire foulest slanders 
Hint has fallen under my notice in 
California; but n ray ot light jnst then seemed to 
light up my mind, when I reflected upon the man- 
ner nnd style used In the commence me nt of tlieei- 
tmct. I rend it with care nnd satisfied myself I 
was not mistaken ii 



Unlyn; 






; the further 



lei, unless, Indoed, v 
willing to attack to II just the construction that 
has been nttnehed, which the card of Dr. Colo 
denies having been the construction intended by 
tho Society. Is it not enough Hint woman in Call- 
fornia must suffer in a thousand onlold ways by 
the unsettled stale of society here? Are there not 
socifli miseries here to feed a morbid appetite, With- 
out such U sweeping assertion U3 that Report would 
be if understood juat according to the language, 
nndcro common int>.T|>ri -i.it ion I hereof? Ye learned 
ones, please say what you did mean in relation to 
the mothers, wivci, null dangliterd of California? 
If your report only hud reference Io diseases, of a 
uterine character, I sea not as many sufferers here 
in dux cities win other cities whore Ihavoresidcd; 
and why need llioy be considered so frail because 
theynro tho subjects ..i" ,lis,jn-L-i |i..ulinr to women? 
If yon wished to convey an iden that novel rending 
induced a train of diseases, by inflaming the irn- 
maginnlion of young irirls, until they wore unable 
to procure sleep without reporting to laudanum or 



Why E 



,t that 



;ed It 



u thorn 



tould 



ATtub Woman's Opinion of Dr. Colo's Hoport 

IYb feel most happy ia lnyingbefore otirren 
especially the wives, mothers, and duughte 
California, the following most valmille letter, upon 
Dr. Cole's Report, its meaning, nnd 
the elTeet of it. Wc feci glad to know that the 
opinions wc had advanced upon the subject in our 
imarks published in our number 24, or January 
14th, hare now been approved and endorsed- by 
the high posilinn of wife and 

felt, known, and acknowledged in a vrido circle of 
and friends. The aim of our journal will 
a make our Ladles' Department the herald 
great progressive troths which are now- 
dawning upon the world, which, when received, 
ciatcd and acted on, will assuredly elevntc 
ti.nndbyherinlluenceinthat new nnd proper 
as the cnunl of man in tho sphere of home, 
omes of tho Pndlio will send forth to the 
I race ofnicn nud women of physical, in- 
tellectual, and moral beauty and perfection. Wo 
iny minds not yet ready 

property-understood, 
1 to know tho duties 
mand of them, when 






he father and anther that gnvo them being; hut 
■ever till woman Is properly educated and elevated 

Vomnn, the earliest educator of man, must ho 
iritnrknowledj.'eil hi -.<;„,, /in her ileiiven-de.iignetl 
phere; this is the will of God, for ho hath said, 
They twain (bnR be one llesh." Weinoat heartily 
ommend the following valuable letter of our most 
icollent correspondent, ns worthy "their highest 
nd most considerate attention: 

Woman Mentally and Physically ConiHerod. 
flow my heart thanks Deaven for the privilege or 
rriting; huiv thankful [ am for having devoted a 
■art of my precious time In the study nf [lie pliys- 
r nn, 1'hy.ietil - 



■laplus 



i your 



e deftndln B ouraeTv 



i ring™ construction, 
ien wo enn know whitl 
"gainst. I, t], nt rt _ 



| bridal train, where yt 



look faiths onimotbl 
:in s coals; i i, o|]ald , 
E'fb) oro bearing npoj 





-aiitornia; nr e t 


"-I if It could only 












might have? They 

» celestial kingdonH 
• "P'tarting ftom a 


Kngllfihlanguaae; or has a 
mu»i'b Bn ' 1 - IW V '" i " : ' li ' "' 
Port. Wbo^Vho'Vmn 



iek all day, and l. llll: ], lll; , 1v Vll Z. T ''"' ''," 



Hiillej,,,, tiin„r .,.„, '- ' '"' lnu b-b* an, 



'■^:,ilrV"'- ;, "'' i; ' ; "»» ; - 






■ .-ipiiliciii and fashionable life is a fruitful 

;o, weakening nud prostrating the physical 
economy or woman, why not bo a friend lo the 

iu family, by teaching them the effect of 
fashionable folly, nnd also fashionable reading, 
too, upon tho mind, to corrupt it, and on the body 

taken and destroy? But to give a Report, 

structiou other Hum tho ono intended, was, 1 must 
say, culpable in tho extreme. 

But, gentlemen, little by Utile, human beings 
arc being led up higher nnd higher to a knowledge 
of themselves, nud soon, I trust, tho young wo- 
men of California will bo so instructed in relation 
lo the laws of life and happiness, as to he far re- 
moved from the power of such insinuations being 
applied to them in any sense whatever, by oliedi. 
enco to the natural lows rcgulatingall the diseases 
which are peculiar lo them. Let woman seek to 

to loam that manner of life that will insure her 
health, and the power to hurl such imputations 
upon her will be shorn of the ability to reach her. 
Thot Report, as it now rends, is a falsehood un- 
mitigated against every virtuous, suffering woman, 
marriedorsingle,in California. Will those geatle- 



nce? I can rend tho extract, by leaving out 
ressiona applied to Ihe female herself, and see 
truth in speaking of disease, and some causes 
ilioned ns producing a train nf disease to which 
nan is liable ; but when I rend it all together, 
n cruel, wicked thing to hurl nt woman. 0, 






send i 



forth 



ing more pains to mnko it plain. When 

talks to me of a woman indulging in 

1 understand biin to have reference lo 

' of life that ia injurious to health, and 

contrary to the laws of life; I do not understand 

such arc licentious. If he talka about 

nding trashy novels until 



id is so 

i sleep; 



d that she m 



t take ; 



if persisted in, will de- 
,' her life, nnd that this dissipation in fashion- 
living and trashy reading is the employment 
iu married as well as the unmarried, nnd leads 
unorality. I do not understand him to mean 
they nre debased, iu the commonest acccptn- 
of the term. What is immorality T Wlint is 
pinion, in tin; un-(liiLi) understanding? Lotus 
do not know set ourselves to work to loam. 
And I wUl tell you, dear loved ones of my sei, 
young girls arc removed front the proper 
guardianship of their mothers, nt the particular 
period specified by the medical men, by seeking 

among y ig people outside of homo 

>, and by getting married often before mn- 

Those, I think, arc same of tha* things, 

and the effects of these upon the mind and cousti- 

n, in that immature age, is the evil resulting 

from, engendering female we.il.ae.-j not easily 





Htid these medical men taken time, aud on th 








by them in the terms they used, such as tlissip 


truthful In rc- 


Hon; shown what it wos; what immorality, c 


every species of im morality, which they hud o 






now he the subjects of so much in- 
ey nre. Medical men speak of Lhlugs. 
d of living us dissipated, which is 
inny as fashionable and genteel, 
i aot to work; another is to dress 
fashionable, though the body in pained by being 
dressed in all unco infer in bio manner, and ono wllich 
o effect on the system to induce diseased 
of some of the organs of life. Ask yonr- 
is this immoral! It is suicide; Is want of 

or fashionable follies called pleasure {bnt which d 
cnlls dissipation), and is succeeded 
is, depressions, nnd exhaustion, and 
ous, in tho female at war with health, 
lestroy life. Is this also immoral? 
Let ns road this extract, attaching 
leaning to it, aud it appears different, 
he mean lime, refute the foul iut- 
ii he drawn Troni that article. There 
t'otifiiriiia who have suffered enough 



g'ddy lia-. 



ing spol 



ll would arouse llieiuselve 
itlou, lo moral, elovnllng pursuits, nni 
he said will not prevent their m cupy 

I i", iiloo ;„ paint of moral purity. 

" dcallnod lo produce u. host o 



THE CALIFORNIA FAEMEK. 



decline of lift in p™ 1 " 010 ,l,e bc " er e 4 "™ 1 * 
all; nnd especially Ihnt females be taught lh 
Bpniuiulc dmlcs ot maternity, in order that n 
of be"" developed beluga may blesa the iv 
on* of rewer cue-CMC' ; one of mora hnrmoni 
Berclopcd natures; one of better and more lieiilthj- 
Hrogonilivo or hereditary influence. 0, Ihi 
women uf Ibis Hiir land, lined it not if the Reports 
of ilediral Societies do occasionally slartlo us to a 
perception uf the great work of redemption to be 

,1, I,, woman. What iftliej should, in their 

nUed nuinoer, gifc lo the world soch statements 
ns "turtle crcry Into man and woman in the lund ; 
ii n ill only tend to awaken a deeper interest in 
thr w.lf'rv .if the cumin t' fiUTiiliuusj G" 01 ' ,v '" 

II is ... -x almost midnight, l.nl 1 know that I too 
cunol Sleep until my wind la ftec l"" lii » Bub - 
j.j.;.' .m.i 1 now irish'm make a su^eflbn I" tliu-e 
medico! wen, IC lacy nre really interested in the 
welfare of hi. men in gvnero], if it would not be a 
Messed -■■ ■ ■) in them to comn right out and toll 
jnet pre isely what they did mentt in relntion to 
poor. fnil. ili.'.-|nin.lii]^ .-rtaiiir.'S In connection 
with their eclicF und pnin.-. and lliuir diiegrLv-ible 

nnd every species uf iiinmimliiT. and they will be 
better understood. IF they wish lo benefit woman, 

a riolotion of the moral laws of their being, no 
matter hew trilliiu-. is iuuii'jr.ility; that nnj- de- 
parture from the organic Inw, affecting health, is 
di.-.-iji.ilujn. .Hid in, it init.-ibty derlroy life by dis- 
ease; and tell them in plain term?, thai both mar- 
ried and unmarried women, who ore leading what 
i: lulled in ceneral fa ■■hi™ -Ji|.- lift', arc wasting 



En PreuavrTt C:r.- , 

MAGNIFYING GLASSES for Examining Q.TJABT2. 



tiuus will BfTfect the mind, nnd how. throoi 
nervous sympathies, the body is offtcted, 1 
producing a train of wcakcniiig, destrnyir 



dis- 



ucing a slate of misery intolen.UIe lo every 
ale lo endnrc, and all from an cieited, tlien nn 
imcd nnd perverted ne lion of mind; all cslcu- 
■! Id produce umold debility nnd sa fit ring in 

t the fountain of life in her; and then will 
bring woman know and feel in her heart that 
90 physician! nrc her friends. If they do point 

llieii, it will end in more light among munkint 
these delicate subjects. Then let not nnr vir- 



JOSEPH GENELLA! 

# PIONEER CROCKERY STORE, 
ISO and 182 Montgomery street. 
Near Jackson street. SAN FRANCISCO. 



nltfccta, we can then fee the tr 
n Rejwrt ns that made in Convc 



10 THE PUBLIC! 
MRS. A. E. IRWIN, 



Egfe RICHEST AND MOST DE5I1U- 
' BLE GOODS, 

Barf* ■f.,iir ln,M«tb B „ b „ B „ „„„ ud . 

««■«. Her .took tomv&u, u, , ttrt _ e "™<>° tm 

ROBES, 



R1BB0N8, 



CAPS, 
ONDEB LINEN, 
ASD EMBROIDEaiES. 



VAILS, 
UATS, 



ISFANT8' AND BOYS- WARDROBES, 
And et 0F| , ri:lt (e. l olreJweomr-1«toi.Ladj' I ont«L 

['^'"^"nm'b.'ia'iti '"■- :i^'|' l L? 'V'; , ' ,i '^ 
hi i.i'Fi, .,;,',;, 



POLAR OIL. 

30,000 GALLONS 
REFINED POLAR OIL, 

In Dirrols and Cmw, 

FOR SALE AT LOWER PRICES 

Thus flrcr boKiro offered in California. 
Purelinsera "f Oils iv.mM iln well to visit Ou 
anlec to suit ALL hi to quitily Bad price. 
.1 --.I k-Tc-iilj- minced rate*. 
o riMri! rlir t«t °f 'ho ct.ldcft iFpnu-.er. 



Ol .nj-rlw umlllj-. 

STANFORD BHGT1IEH3, 
Pacific Oil and Oami'uene Worki 



LAWREHCE & HOUSEWOETH, 

^OPTICIANS 

177 Clay streot, 

Optica!, Malbcmatical, and Philosopliital 

INSTRUMENTS, 






The above price) include everything ready to creel. 

DEPOT OF MANUFACTURE, 
Son. 90 and 02 BubU Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

When any creator inner ii required, the prices nil! be 

it' r.it-i :i ■'.!.■■ i ■'■ : iir-.;-v,.i( lli.v ■!■■.■ .-i ■■■, iii.1, ■■! 



penje. l T ,o» n n -i-l,.,iin ; .i,i c 
Winlmilll, ■li-'jil i,,' r.iil [.. 
■ mraio^linn ir-.ll .nli.fr IS. 



NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCE OF 
GOODS, 

The Goods have been Bought at low Prices. 



TUE GOODa A1tE OFFEHKD AT LOWER PlIICES 

Ihno over offered before. 
Looking Glauses ! 

LooKlng Glasses ! 

A Inr^e lot of Gilded and OmascnUl 

Pier, Mantle, and Oval, UMttg Glasses, 

At JOSEPH QEHELLA'a 



FIRST PBEM1UW 

■nrded by the Meehinlci' InMlluts far tho ben 
ipc=ltnon.of Preserved Birdt- 

3S f. aauBER, 

& NATURALIST, 

B3-N0. 110 CALIFORNIA BTRBEF. ^0 
Itoomi Noj. 19 nail JO, Third Plwr, 

Ban FnAKciGco. 

BIRDS, ANIMALS, REPTILES 
AND FISHES. 

I OIlUElt. 
ill Birds' SUinr, and other Nalaral 



MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

^O Harness, Saddles, Bridles, £g 



a.iN nt.iMT'iVi!" 

. — ]'.■■ 1-^1 rill.; TT..(D[.llf ^l.[„]-,l i.,.^r 
rd flULge II:,.- ",e:n^o£tJiclu&Dkl L 



L. HASKELL, 



nur.KEj .t 'rinio , ..i.,-.;-.| cn dM«recu,eterai 

; i i:.M:-'-,i i ',V V;':V,' -i- ;■■'.'.'■ ".'Vr-,'.':,' 1 '''- 

"^ ; l:ti:(.^.«iJ™r. 



.-»., j--"»»™. Io1lBlril „;j=««™i!o 
* LO0S1IS, HALL & CO., 

- Q0KMl A « J B10» HEHCHANTB, 

v ntP i, f H °DUOB. 



GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE 

DE. F. GK JOHNSON'S 




PATENT SELF-EEGUXATISO 

WINDMILL. 

MANDFACTUKED BY 
D. VAN PELT. 

TIIIS MILI. IS NOW WITHIN THE BBACII OF 
J1LI.; anJ bchir -..i.-lru-fl „ll m| In.i). i'i.Hh-...|( 
il.| ii,.. in,... i ■■!].: ..ml ilurnhlo, oaicellu the moil 



HOLCOMBE BEOTHEES, 

Z § 

: 4 w 




IfBHL 






rhk or e 



nil- .MILL. 

idantalloo, ,i,-l 

lEclcmly niilf.illi II i. 

■ ' I uill rovenroE Vor,-; 

.th't'cU? or' Dr f F n o''j'JL "id's I'jVnt Tbo" Fund 

^tiloutia'\-L' a ,.-u'i ["VV 11 ' [ T.ii;Vs::.m.".'hit.| 
.:.m -u- v it al^u;a l)j lort,Lo.: lb.. I.in'. nl..,. t ., il,c ,iii,.|. 
Ii ihc L*i( .i Iovit [Tr,..,| ii]-,ri [(if :tni>-nbnl, ubieh 

1 '■--'■aft. 'lb,-.; Mill. ,:;,r, t.r „ ■■■ 1 i.. r .-,„-,■ ,. ur . 

iti"norj [AffEr Ii named. 

coil at tho CEroT, No. siOaiijr'iisriii 



D. VAN PELT. 



C. M'KECHJflE & CO., 

UANHFACTtrRES 
OF ORSAMESTAt 8TAISED 

windoav and plate 
GcXjJ^S s s 

OAKLAND CITY, ALAMEDA COUNTY, 

Wliero the Manafitclurer ia reuJy to Gil nil Orders 

for 
STAINED, 



BENT, GROUND, 

OUT GLASS, 

To Order or Design, 



«M(! fur Lcauty ol Llclco or Durabililj el 

[^* Bamploa Sint to any part of tho Statu. 
STEAMBOAT CABINS 







DELABIGNE, 
Comniterjlon nicrclmut, 

Omln RC a i 'd S [^Ju SD SEf,LBIt of " ,l **<>• •> 
-^- M™ n Do1iW(no«hl al«o rcrehuo and.hlnta 

M.-r S . ili.iii |., ir ,iu;. hi ,,,ii :,, f „ ,;.,.,;,„,;.;. ,;„. 



BOOTS, SHOES, A]S"D GAITERS. 

Gcodjfold nt Ihli MMhlTrhui-m it,, .-n-.^iii.r 1,1 >r.y e.(T.,r...| In Itii:' rn,i„| r r. „. rcL-.ri- Iti-tr beanljf. lhape 

n-.,riti.iriR-tiii. i-.n.t rlurnl.i!iir Iii„ ,..„:■■; r ti.1 .J- ■ ii.:i-,'..'. Luiic'. .Mi- ■-', V.m.iIi 1 . I:..v-' :.i-I l?hllilrc.n' -Mar 
llunlii.L-D.. ,i- Kni;1i:il. -liM^i.i.-^i. .... .■!■■ Ml [■:.■;■_: II r.'.i'.i I- nm] .-UmI->: iV 111 Hi. ij- ■ l> 1 - in Paris. Ken 

V..r!i, l'liil.,l.-i|.lii... ml li.-:|-.!i . Cu-ii.ni.oiadoirotli, ol tbelr Wiioleealb auo ItiT^iL Sronca, 



HOLCOMBE BROXHERS. 



FOEDHAM, JBNISriNG-S & CO., 




■ 3 g 



- ? 
„_ £:^i, L ;:rff.-J5i^ ! rn ffi ro Hfi?fB ^, i j.- • ;: - 




8' and Raucliera 9 .Stores, 

the Lowest Raits. 

FORDHAM, JE.NS'INOS & CO. 



Calioon'H Sec till lis Plc-plsmf. 




."iV-'i./i. 



].. I!.., ..-.,:. ii.ii 

my IM.'i'i.i', 1 , 


1. ,i'l, l-.r 


hero* 


| '.:■.": 


l,v '. :..|"\ 


ol at 

n San 
in bo 


■PflieE— Lire 


c Boots S3 


in E le, 



JONAS G. OLAEK & CO., 

IMl'OHTER /^WBI 

MANUFACTURER ESSfc 



PTJEIsriTTJE-B 

12S Wa-iliingtoii street, 

SAJJ PlIAMIHU, 



3.1.P0L 




FELLOW CITm::o. I b, oli.ol imonr ronjlnco 
lbs ovsr kvl irL'.u- [■'■[;IV-\ , I^;l h, ..■ .inr t r<:l.,-|( J 
—a in Ihroo Dro^ nn.l (hr.-,. (|.,..|. ..,■] ■„(:- ,. li.-n 

,'ll :-.-'Vr,..!.r""'i | , -^'rr.-'7.'l^.7':i.' :r t.!l'ne«5"thB U nk) 

ounh All inj n/vorso f-.tuno" I it°U,j15so flee you 



i..n it'll] |.l,.:i ■-.■.. I, ..:n-n Ihil thoro 
f.ioin 11 HOCTMUnn.l.l lUtl'H- 
ona.Drui|H-t nnilii Ltict.lr, nai 



"NEB1 FUKNITUKE, 

x.i nould Ipfito the atteniir.u of ihe oublio iu 

OUR PRESENT STOCK. 

The Largeii erwr offered on the Pacific Conit. 
I- 3^n I0NA3 CLARK tc CO 



FIRST PRE MIUM FOUNOERV. 

"W M . BI . MOORE, 

San Francisco Brass and Bull Foundcry. 

BO. 63 IIALLLC1C STIlliKT 




!.['.:i! ■.!>.-, I i.illbare^rtorfl 
Gy olhcr Lira:!,:!-:-. I<.'i'i.„ 



il... I lb,: |..',,,|,; 



Gauge Cocks, Cylinder Cocka, Oil Globes, 

StoamWhiBtles, Hydraulic Pipes and Nozzles 

ron MININO PURPOSES. 

gpuPLmg jorjsia „r M , ilU8 _ r io-93ni 



I' :: ',!'' l ,V l r ,f ,' : T ll '""''''- ,r " ;,, ' r ,V - ,: ' 1 i '" IT: . •■''■■•} 

'"lo at tho Offltt of tha Former, 130 17ashlo| 



li"i in (Mil - ..™!.. I- ■■*■'■ tin ovor-.lbin-, XiH, 
I ^Tft 1 Silt: in Iho I'ro,;lim.. liii'I c-|,!.;lallf to 

'■l! Ii' l'";.. 'l'ni.V Jii-i VlilLkMl' IVoToHl'o'''^ 



acalaiforthafolIORl 



inuii-.i.N ^' i. tUHjitMA. I'jiirjivrl MUSTARD. 

eiOnTDLT AKD t,ASTLY. 
re lioi^rt r M. lr | r D |i D f out ^,1, Wo (n^^ „ knD „ 

Mi"l[Hlt«ioiii,,iiid ho.« lo ell lhe.nl" [-.HisfvtlK 
II. -■>' I" |.ri.- „.,|.|., -.lily. Al.,ll,i-,-.,n.-, -ivo'ij- j 
^.o.lWUVILLTllV. 
"2 1J. L. l'UL:!E.MLS, 






THE ,<3A 

Tho Glorious Bain- 

Fro* ao f^ri:; *..*-*. i <«•**'' r^j^!ssrp!3i 

„..t* ..inVrinff lo FOU "" ' iBa' '■' V.i.^t^Il'heu'raotaiuiijuow, 
Ton FABHBIt: \Unl> . u . "..,,.■.,,. i j L r i ;' r !!.',.|r'J..L,,.'^IUo fr"h=ni»lworld. 

\V„t"iiu=(.'ii*i ilmvn? Wiry n'l iVu mul eom- 
. ,,";„ [,.,r, Ibis "(tut of faith '" nature? 



LiTS^HA^AEMBE^ 



God 1.1 


a 5 lli tm. I) 


bioihe 


or plnytnii 






thcmf 






jnmp into 


eiipenct and arc i 


ihoe,: 








Year'< 


K ! r '"' 



ml seventy .««« of »g"- f0 lho I "^ 

In this city it is 
m average; in 111* 



...fVriiten 0i«« sliftU btihu*iirly»na»be 
: , r mini U>«* bIibII be wed-litm. ™'' I""™" ' 
• recent iinpniliu- Had Eeicro weather, the BOTcn 
J Hit biting fro«l9, the unusual 8»1« of 1T ' a ™ 
keeping Dortbmi, that Bcemcd lo dry n P il» 
bunrcof lli.jei.rthi these, together «-itb ocenmu- 



cattle of the field Wiil**.-»riiy.a..;l Lin-,-- 

'"■' " ll "' r " , i '"|. ll „, [ ...','„i ,v,„ llK-n, will! 
";,",-" u ■' ,UM^ii. t| in- i.lm...-l IV.r B ...l tln'TL- 
111 '"■■ l ,V ,, murmur luuillv ,il tin.- «'- 

rmjmi.-y. i ■ ;,,,.„,,„,„, | r ,.,r,.-l,ii l|: . Hut tilt 



,'ini; "1 


■" ',,''' 


Wll III bit! dlL.[H, lln.-sl.yU 

curtoiu, Tor i gen-Ttni; r,- 
nenr. How iiui.kly m-..i ^ 
Bio Like as thf iiitht-rtd 


1 i.v If.. 
■i .if li, 




d in the 6un'a bo! rays, i« 

licwiOl" l-VVIlillii, " I""' : 



Oid OiTinsm Kbtobsbd.— Go'i 
lomud on too J. U Stephens,- »»W - 
fcoX Among the- raluracd, wo «* U- «*» * 
^n,K.iiy,ur.boW.MrtK^y*^jMor 

„™KrcZSM dV.il la our c.ldea land. 
TbI* is nelL __— .^— = 

B. F. ROUNTREE, 

HE I'LIV STBEET. 

BUTTER! BUTTER!! BUTTER I 

T HAVE TN STORK. AND FOB SALE, AT OREAT- 
1 I, reduced prices T 



The- trade or pociini, famine*, boarding-home .' 
od tirmont. Is reipsetfully toliolltd. 
»- M, £WdJ Bin generally bought Bt forced » 
onlly I am enabled lo soil at prti 



a 



NURSERY BUSINESS. 

200,000 

FRUIT TREES 

TO BE SOLDjTHIS SEASON. 

lornLd lo clwo ml "b »" lir0 " 1Mk of * RUIT 
tu. ,M.„n likes Ibis method to mBVo known lo 



APRICOT. m 

NECTARINE, 

FIG, and _ 

QUINCE Treu, 

Also, OBAP&V™SiS.%TBAWBERRY. Bod 
R.-V-fl'LHRY Plnnf, ClUBAHT, o°il 
:IM'THV m.ilio.v 



Pacific Mail SteHmshlp Company's Line 
TO PANAMA, 



For New York ^d New Orleans, 

THE ONLY SAFE AN£_ BELIABLE HOUIE. 



TnE JMOMIFICEHT STEAHJIIIP 

JOHN L. STEPHENS, 



—-_. . _ ^ E-£»,miMRY 



ON '.IATIIIIO IV. 

r.T-.:;:tT« hy 




»?Bim«AIlV BTH, 



Win rf ot 1 bo lUlu-oad Te rml n u , 

By the Panama Bailroad Company, 



TherhBvo bail 




a bubbnb ob 


,| 




ly little 


mitten pertaio 




the " Ttibbon 


Ifr 






Brocnlled,wboa 




nnected with B 








tie loteollon or wh _ 
nay.toiubtertthoC 
yoke of lurry Ko k 1» 
book. Jinny mt",Is 
tiidiiivcJ thai il, t htil 
Iim been overt iiroirn 


h is thought 

.'-!.. ...]f. ]„],,, 


to 

J tl 


I 
















I? preparing fo 









n 


know 


Bflaln of 


eritl 


ntli- vcrj uuci.j 


at 


out IU 



pretty Eroprefj, uud 1'r, 

..■it, i,tnuil 111 j I .it nil ; hi.. I ....- 1] n.it in u i', ■-r.'ii.ii'i' 

Hi. l...k" nnd bristling up a link— just for /«n 



'■ ll.»> Hull 




TI... i;u.|...r 


r of Jiijmn is dead. B 






rr'l.-iiv iln-' 


- t'li. li!" 1 .""'' "■'* """Bli"/''";^) 



"' '"' : '!' '.■■I'l...li..l ■[■ iijliilii.u, ll|:il „, L . 

j'.' '"" ;,"' ' , l "'" 1, ^' -'.•■ I.i^ijlntur.-.i mill 

'"," .', ''"',' ,'■ J' ''""" . ' ' '"■"'■ '''' "" '"I' 1 : ■ ■ i = i ] ' ■ i ■ i ■■ 

i.ni. .Ti' i. hi ■l"ii,. l -,,ly; 111.. i„.|,:, ,[„ ,.,TJ, ]lr ,1^ 

'' ;■■ ■""', ' ,v ■■'"■"-•'■•FTi.i.i...', ... mi !„„!, „ f 

... .].!.■; .iii.l Hi., t.rjce of turVi.vs, pork and ull 
kinds of biirdtiare, generally. B 



WILLIAM TFIDiiNADER 
Itanorter of frentb. (md Gorman 

FANCY BASKET 
Engtith and Amman 



112 

Waihington Street, San Franolwo. 

,S a ^™heb, 



*" F.tailio. 



w 



P 6 J 2,000 Hooted Vines, 

i?lK"„V",r '"•'■■ ™S* 

■ ibnua^ „ 
"*" r SBDIT TUBE 

Aw.lj.to A. HABASKTHy, Eonon., 

i..ta °"» * £f,:* i .3",.°. l irr;,'..i: *'"■ 



clah will 

aid boj Jl-.i ma 

IlABASaTin", Eonoraa. 
''sSnw; 
Fraoiilico. 



C.'lllMl,,. |. lrT j rr.^il,,-,,,. nE^f'.;,!,^ .If? .-.,-,„, 






TAYLOB A POST 




OLUM33 XI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1859. 



NUMBER 2- 



jp Miforaia $wmn. 



• California should do and what she 
will do. 

■l-il.rncci ciiiiiu If. hnrders si lt.'.l! 
. adapted lo the production of all 






Agricu 






compete with it in Horticultural v 
point, tbc year begins, continues 
sonny unites and fragrant flowers ; 
Sierra Neindai rear ihcir frigid c 
(he fror.en soows hold their eWrBM 
those two eilrcmes, Snlurc tins s- 



ricty. At oi 
I another, tl 



comfort and v 


nil thai 
ell hcin 


'ofm 


lly necessary for the 








Onited States 


n liltlc 


vert 


n years ; yet, in tbnl 


short period,' 


bos bee 


1 EStlS 


hctorily demonstrated 


to (he it o rid 


ial no s 


inglo 


ounlry on the face o 


the globe pos 


bsshhj 


many 


of the substantial and 


indispsnsible 


elements of wealth and greatness 



was at first 'ujiposed ilr.il tiiliiorain could not 
iconic b grain-growing State, in consequence of 
.c dry season. It ia now demonstrated that the 
immer months are Suture's holidnyi! instead of 
the winter. In the winter season the soil products 
oat abnndanlly. In the sammer il is only laying 
r, fctpmj too) during the dog-days and resting, 

irst it was thought that only a few of the 
n vegetables, and scarcely none of the ccre- 



nls c 



ts ofeveryclimc grow in great j-rr.rui.iu 






in fan 



-: f.m 



« the; 



could produce moat, or all, of the grains or froita 
known in the East and elsewhere, (bey began tu 
turn Ui l- i r attention to this branch of productive 
industry. At Ktst there were difficulties in their 
way. The climate w; widely different from any 
that had ever come within the range of their ex- 
perience. Si- V trill year- nee.-- airily i'kip-e'1 I'L-f'jrc 
they could arrive at any satisfactory solution of 
the great questions as lo the best method of ti 
I and of peculiar adaptation of different soils I 



,-|.l„ii 



they each might profit by the experienc. 

together was very difficult indeed. 

After great and loog continued efforts 
Agricultural Society was formed. Tbo fii 
ing, for exhibiting the products of the soil and the 
■kill of the mechanic, astonished the prodi 
themselves. This raeeiuig foreshadowed tbo high 
nnd commanding position California 
to occupy among tbo States of tin 
£.'<-u'tM[.lii.-:)l ]ir,,iii()ii, on'lhc border 



departments of homan skill and Industry, w 
render Catlfornin the first State in any connti 
its agricultural products, in the skill, nnd it 
energy and perseverance of its population, 
older Stales have, by a long nnd slow pro 
obtained the knowledge now in our pasaesi 
lVith them il has sprung up after ninny yea 
irrupted persevere 



Oiied i 






side of the Continent, widely separated from our 
Atlantic and European neighbors, on Iho most 
prolific soil yet bnnwn to man, with the great 
store-house of agricultural knowledge thrown 
widely open before us, with practical men, skilled 
all the deportments of farm, garden and poina- 
logical science, and trained in the hnbll3 of in- 
dustry, patient investigation and research, of our 
Eastern friends, what inuy we not espect from 
auch abundant materials. Practical men, from 
All the great 



1 Stat. 



n their thrift, in thcii 



i any of their smi 



nvlngHlnte:- i 



urgoiy 



nmy lu.l.i iTi.- lopicr --i' pnwer, noli--- il .-way ilu 
hearts and receive the hearty concurrence of tin 
masses, but little good can bo effected, 

The Legislature should lie petitioned to eslnb- 
lish, upnn a wise, liberal and permnncnt basis, nu 
Agricultural anil lii-iaslri.il Society; mast liberal 
appropriations should l.e ui.i.lc fur primi .', ihni 

i, if it need such stimulus; for they nil, in 
inception and progressive development, need 
stering care of Government, nnd should mast 



u the midst of 



The gen 



il llirill.i 



Olligl 



m.lu.r.iy 



have in our midst, ought to receive 
interest nnd confidence of the great mass of 
■ people. Do this: a moral power will bo 
dded by this Society that will opurnte most 
orably upon the expanding interests of Iho 
ire country. Ample provision and cnciiur.igc- 
nl should bo afforded for tbo establishment of 
County Societies. It would seem proper that there 
I he one Vice President of the State Society 
■y county, who" sbonld bo ex officio tbo Preai- 






nnd < 






land. Oor country 
am favorably with those of the most polished 
Ideal sections of the Union. Our professional 
rank high in the learned- professions of the 
. In short, there is probably no nation on 
obe, containing the same number of inhabit- 
where n wider range of practical experience, 
Her diver-;ily ui" knuwitJere pertaining to the 
great industrial pursuits of men, con he found. 
It ia right to suppose then, that California must 
Itimotely take a high stand, and even the front 
ink, among tho States of the world. All that 
(eras necessary to prodocc this rcsnlt is, that the 
nowledgo and experience we have be classified 
nd applied in thcj various departments for which 
'. is best adapted. 'Hint this may lie properly 
one, there should be inducements held oat to all 
a bring the sum of Iheir knowledge, to engage 
iireelly in the production of some great benefit to 
lie people. II is not the farmer and mechanic 
lone that should be interested. The merchant, 
he trader, the miner, the banker, the members of 
he learned professions — from the occupant of I 
[ubernatorial chair to tho lowest euhordini 
iffice — all should unite their efforts upon soi 
dan lo build np the great industrial interests 



l by I 



uid -li..,i 






glitter 



with g 



,,i;-hl„ 






y groves n 


i palmy plai 


s, rend 


rs her 


et of interest nad nttractlu 






the Easter 


a and Western 


world. 


That s 


esses some 


" the wildest and grandest seen 


ii, globe, no 


one can deny. 


And lb 






crnl wealth ia 




That 


lulde pr.n 




o most 


wonder 


wn to man 


baa been dem 


nslratcc 


again a 


n. That he 


population, a 


aclass,bavom 



rgy, more determined perseverance, more pr 
I intelligence; and lUnt they would bear 
er troubles, trials and disappointments t 
lid crush almost nny other people, has long 
-o become a proverb. 

t la ourjull belief, that California is yet to act 
lore Important port in the history of the world 
n any other nation. From the midst of her 
rl nnd rugged ttxattj will spring np the mnstcr- 
rits that will control the destiny of earth', 
proudest nations. Tbcrcaeems to be coocentrated 



pllan 



i-ll dii- 



is of g 



.n.l .,11 !l 



mmensc wealth of the coum 
the wisdom, the talent and 
d in her borders, in socb a f. 
t, appropriate and render cflica- 
1 iimilar qualities of mind that 
ounborea. Agricultural knowl- 
I drill, brought from every land, 
.ted and combined, before It can 



indexed ni 



luble. Let Ihe; 



idd something to I 
wealth and glory. No ona should, for a moment, 
suppose tint his calling, position, e-r comparative 
independence, can excuse him from helping in this 
great work. From time iuirnciiiurinl tin.- greatest 
kings nnd potentates of earth have been interested 
parties in, ami promoter;- of, agriculture and (ho 
mechanic arta, knowing they were not only the 
Mrungcst bulwarks reared around their thrones, 
hot the mightiest pillars on which they might lay 

Highness, Prince Albert, is n practical farmer, and 

cultural Society of England. Tbo King of Prussia 
spends much of bin lime on o farm, encourngea agri- 
culture and mechanic skill, and bestows princely 
rewards upon those who excel in either. The hclr- 
appaxent to Kugland's throne, ns alio his royal 
brother, has been taught the trade of the carpen- 
ter. Most of the proudest nobles of England, and 
all the other European States, ore great patrons 
and promoters uf industrial pursuits. They vie 
with each oilier In bartering the must undent, the 
most healthy and ci . =. ~ 1 important pursuits of 
race. If Europe's haughtiest kings and emper 






engage 



scgron 



commendable pride In 
(ry n glorious name nnd high standing 
nations, should nut our owu cili/en.i 1 
with ei|iially pure nnd disinterested a 



d feel a 



h all 



li-HIL' I 



. skill of 
- 1. il in the huil 
is Golden State, 
tliat the gold of 
nd not n primary 



If 



■■. ii',,1 



rbedngfrot 

..Iher ll.iiie-s 



Of her people, opj.tiou ju-lleiuusly in all tl 



me, 10 ne a growing nnd proipi 
ill, if the tarih should cense 10 yield her 

ere nnd elsewhere, all ibe gold and gems 
rid could nut feed the hungry, clothe the 

enrich or save a naming nation. 
-no wishing the permanent prosperity o; 
. fli.uild T'.ku such .i rlenii Interest in tbL 



parly, no clique, no one-sided ii 
to interfere in this great work, 
good man should be found In 
parly urging on this vital inter, 



So matter who m 



c great 



all should be dili 
,e. Mora 



who 



redly n 



Thai 



ul" the lull 



o the 



Ij nalu rally suggest 0. 



the subject, 

s Stale. We would must earnestly urge upni 
r fellow-citliens the importance of acting il 
a manner on this subject; thai their own ani 
country's good may bo promoted. In on 
isolated condition, the hearts of the whole peopl 
should be united, and ever act in concert. W 
avc no material to spare ; no good heart to lose 
Vo need every heart nnd hand, that we may muv 
nward and grasp the elements of our orealne-.- 
nd together reach Iho uingniDcent destiny Ilia 

urown bread-stuffs, manufacture our own wares 
re shall bo compnratively Independent. Host of 
the luxuries, we need can ho produced here by 
oper industry, skill aud patient persorcrance. 
it this be done, nnd we sh.ill then hiuc fairly 
itered upon onr career of greatness, nnd will be 
justly emitted to the first rank among the States 






B. 



at Hninll Rain!!! 



ur unncr-crowncd hills, 
d the frost and chills of i 



iany fnllhTesi son Is, who w«tch tho clouds, feel 
very nipping frost, and lose all faith In God and 
is promises, nntess it rains jusl when they wont it 



laws, not Tor individual coses, separate localities, 
or peculiar times; his providence watches over 
Nations, States, countries, localities, and indi- 
viduals, nnd his laws, Ibough ever uncliang. .-.ilde, 
seasons, local- 

larvcsl, snmmer and winter, nil come nnd 
ect order with him, without variableness 
■ of change. It is man who is chnnge- 
if man would study God's laws, and their" 

in tbo different parts of tho earth, nnd 
o them, we should not hear so many com - 
r man would obey these Inws, work by 
prosper better. The recent most copious 

have extended widely, are proofs of iiii 

Let man improve the blessing, mu™ or 

tOBK more. His heart would be better, 

:ies better filled, and his poekela heavier. 



gljii.lll (-:-=. 

/«., and ' 



Bow to Grow Tobaocc 
In. EniToa: Will vou have ihi 
jugh the Fun 



hys 



.„ crop of Toboc 



[A dctp, sondy, alluvial soil; raodo fine 
porous, and, if not naturally rich, well mnnured 
wllh old rolled manure, well plowed in. Plants 
raised In n hnt-bed, immeJintcly, bo ns to bo ready 
for transplanting In Match ; plant in hills, four feet 
apart, two or three plants, and in rows fonr feet 
opart; hoc and cultivate lo keep all weeds down 
In the field. Wo wilt give further detnlls infuturo 



BoosrvPiVHESTs.— A requisition has heei 
by Iho Collection of Ihla District for the i 
311,800, for tho payment of bounties (o 
engaged In tbo cod fisheries the post year. , 
number of veasels have been engaged In the 
eial fisheries during the season, and about S 
1 — ""muty-"" L 






tbe fulling 



>fl8&7 



-[llnra 



Tho United Stntaa Const Survey. 
HUH « EH FOUft. 
Xow for the rcmltt tlmt arc partly of prnclic 
ut more especially of latnfific interest 1 



, heretofore the subject of 
ics and speculations, has uc 
led with sufficient thoroughnc 
invest Igatio: 



iin-l I ho ugll iil-idi-rn invi..lii?iiliuii- lire tie'ginnirtg 10 

Maury say Hint nil is noi clear yet. Hultluyt telbt 
us that the first explorer of tho Gulf Stream boa 
been ihe Spaniard Alnniluos; BcnjnmSa Franklin, 
however, -wns the first who more closely obscrv 
the effects of this powerful 



ofitr 



of K 



Ine; them ih-ir lc.n«ii«>i--, ™l or ..■•-nlr.j thc-n . 
their approach to the shores "'■ ibis, cootlucn 
Jonathan William's observations have been mac 
thought of; nlso Major Rcnnetl's csplannfion < 
this remarkable phenomenon. But the iliMnvc.- 
of the cold wall, of the hot and cold bands, of tli 
law Unit the temperature changes with the ileptl 
and Hint coougnruli.ui -,f the slr-Min diijiend, uju, 
the hottom-ahape, is of the latest date, and a fru 
of the closest examinations of tho Sit peri u ten tier 
of the Coast Survey, Professor Bnche, nnd hi 
assistants. Tho fact, established by Lieut. Crnvet 
thnt Ibe Straits of Floridn, between Cape Florid 
and Bernini, are but 370 fathoms (about four-tenth 
Of a mile) in their deepest part, overturns much < 



ifenpon this matter. The exist ci 
f the polar current below those of 
ven ns farsoulhus Cape Florid i 
lie same observer, is n fact 
ighest siirfuec-temjiemtiire 
nd tho water nt Ihe grcate 



i of the- 



tbrnlcd Strove, am 
lor to the meridian 

it take before the 



L. R. 



A Iisttor bom on old Pioneer. 

Alahci-.i Cointiv. 
D«AB GoioKlb; You will recollect when I went 
ome ofter my family, nnd tho lime I got back 
Jan. 20th, 135B), myself, wife, nnd ten children, 
esides three other families, nnd Some single in- 
Ividunls, who came with us, in -all amounting lo 
hunt thirty, big and link. Vuu will re me in her I 



old yo. 



nil I v. 



o get n 



r.imily here, and that I would have to begin 
world anew. Well, I commenced "ill] good pluck, 
bought my team, seed, and provisions on credit ; 
1 nlso bought my lund of P. C. k Co., on credit, in 
the full faith and bclier that I could pay for all in 
two years, with the help of my boys. But nfter 



till ia 









n each shoulder, nnd 
id appropriate it to 



i though 



di-hcl l.y 



gron 



BO°Ff 

h just named 
b of tho freciing-poi 
ing up of the range 
m, first discovered 



1Sj3, mid e: 



ii thei 



a of tl 






■ 1 dircclioi 
tic Floridi 



channel nearly to Cape Lookout, is n bnppy i 
of combined perseverance, skill, and inlcllie 
Tho observations or tide and tidal atrrenU i 
the ennsts, ore ^lill being continued. The object 
Is to obtain reliable dnln for Ihe determination i 
the laws of the tides. Progress is being made : 
jirepnriiig prediction tallies for the lidos of tl 
ns tidal ohteriiiiir.i 



il.ue.l i, 



in'tu I, 



in Sup. 



ited by the meth- 
ods in moat general acceptance, The tide tables 
for the use of navigators have been revised; they 






fltill in progress ; hut, us 
ny safely ho used for prac- 
mbcr ofplnccs of obscrvn- 
ing which many of them 

the Coast Survey advances. 

Natural history, too, will be advanced, especially 
hy the study of in/uioria that have occasionally 
been brought up from the bottom of the .sea, and 
of tbo carol rafi of Florida, which have been ex- 



mined by Profes< 



■ Agassi 



auspie. 



tho Const 

Tbo methods for determining hajituda nnd tali- 
(tirfrjrhavubeen greatly improved, tho Intter by Intro- 
duclng Wurdemnnn'a new r.enith tclescojie, the for- 
mer by Ihcapp lit ii linn ui lei i urn pliy. Tin- lelegril|.li 
progresses for longitudes liiive been extended us 
fnr as Montgomery, Alobomn, and will soon reach 
Now Orleans. Tbc programme of tho longitude 
opetations^ises an excellent idea of the method. 
uf applying ihe lei-. graph to this purpose. The 
Report contains, ul.in, lueinurnndii in regard lo Ihe 

During the progress of tho Const Survey, oh- 
of tho magnitic elements have been made 
st of Ihe astronomical stations, and near 
capes and harbors, where a knowledge of 
rlation of the comjiass wns requisite for the 
navigation. Tbo number of magnetic sta- 
ll tho cloin of 1S5G amounted to about IGO, 
■ nted along Ihe entire aca const Df the United 



Sim., 



iriipr- 



of tied 



been made, by tho fertile invention 
Mnlhiot. Tbc saving in time nnd expense, by this 
process, aud the eeunomy of space nnd weight, 
nnd in preserving the plates, are great- It has 
passed in In one of the regular applications of the 
eleciroiyjie process. 

There mo, in Ihu archives of the Coast Survey, 

deposited, groat numbers of original topographic 

and hydr.igrnphiu maps, engraved |ilntcs of maps, 

and engraved plates elcctrolyjied; the total num- 

o[nrIt 



e-lilie 



f,.. -I 



endy. 
troiype | 






mo mighty 

mb) nt the 
e disappears in- his hole, ns 
i hove got you, old man, nnd 
ir crop, in spite of you, and 
i we go along." Well, after 

o give up nnd look up s 



I- limine lo 
it nuuld .1- 



Uncle ,- 



m. Wo 



oof 



uch land In California. We started well equipped 
.r rn raping oul, trussed al Ilenicia, went through 
apa valley to the he.nl uf it, iros.-ed over some 
lOunlnins, nnd atrnck the Hussion river nboot ten 
liles above Itealdsburg; kept on up the river, 
nd passed through Cloverdale. We are now 
ighty miles from Beniciu. The valley land wo 
assed through Is sjdendld for wheat, corn, nnd 
lock, onil held nt nearly as high a figure as it Is 
i Alameda enmity, nii-1 il nil luuhed very Spanish. 
ram Clover-Ink- see crossed a high range of moun- 
iin3, with now and thou a small vallay, till wo 
ame into Ukinh Valley, on the river (nil good 
ind, but Spanish), mid kex-ping up tho valley and 
Ivor to Capclla (thirty miles from Cloverdnlc, nnd 
robably the future county seat of .Mendocino 
oiinty) nt tbc fiend waters of Russian river, wo 
ogua to hear of governmeot land. From L'njiilla 



c found Uncle Sam's land. This vi 



Her., 



.1 v. ui, ...,',; 



nrgop; 



vulleyi, 



lillllili-S 



v about fifteen 
i Mt. James is 
now building o grist-mill, which will be supplied 
with twenty feet bead of water from a mountain 
spring. This valley is nbout thirty miles from tho 
Ocenn, ut the head waters of Bel River, which runs 
irest, through Humboldt county, lo tho ocean. 

From here, Col. Wntkins nnd I went, horseback, 
thirty-five miles over to Itouud. Vnlley (Clinton 
Valley on the man). We crossed Iwo branches ol 
Eel Itlvor, noble streams, said to be fall of salmon 
and eels, in the spring. These two branches nro 
about eighteen miles apart. On this trail, nnd be- 
Vnlloy, of oboul 2000 or 30DO 
'. is located. Otio solltni 



of Hull 



settled 



Hoi 



crdof 



1200 head of ho, 
stoik, except liuliniis- 

We jiassed 



o liound Valley, and 
a thu top of a lofty t 
tuiticelii. This valley 
of the richest laud, fii 
edwood. Tho Indian Reserva- 
tion, >'omn Cult, is here established, nnd hero 1 



„1...iii in."' 



first 









It l.T.IIVI 



ny country, nnd cultivated by Iho Indiui 

ore well treated nnd cared fur by Col. Heidy.Mr. 

lorm, nud others connected with ihe Reserve. 

There were some 1*000 acres of schoul land ver- 
mis located In Ihis valley the week beforowegot 
lore. My son nnd I located each a ctnim In tittle 
ake Vnlley, and then came home. Wo have not- 
loved there yet, nnd I don't know at present that 
e will. Wo may find n locnilou a Hub ntartr 
arkrt. Whnt any you, Colonel ? 

Spcnking of Cloverdnlc, we there found Mr. 
aller, commission merchant IWun ftlnv >iM-ai 

inn; .Sun 



rmils, without waste, 


anil keeji. ut good o hotel (te 






, year fey year, M the 




o looger necessary to 


Oio woll-rutaished rooms, rank 










of tho United Slates 


to porfeotiou. Yours, 



Cbatswobtii, the moBoiScenl seat of the Di 
of Devonshire, bus the unquestionable ropntat 
of being Ibe final priWU eouulry residence in 
world. Vou win r ntdon ™* i tQen i if ' baU * 
few mote word* un !l, than tile passing lourls 



yon ihnt the [ice 
no income tquo 
fDrtnno in Ann 



1 of ii by telling poi 
about "My. WlUi fhi 
; for n vol} Ii 




]:11Iit cin/LJUirtinci.'. I lie liii:ll.-l nrt '.'.■ ctjiilni'tci 
nnd hhjhiened by the flno letting of a hlghc 



(Men'nr fiile.yon ivillbi 



ested by a little 
no, bordered bi- 
nes been wholly 



rty collages In 


i. :„„i.\,,, 




[.run Irani. ■ 








Th.jie o-Tii rt- 


aliaii, Gothic, N 








J in any of tile n 




Uge whicli the 


eolity always 



From tills little village to Clmlsworth House, or 

p-dncc, i^ :'l uul Iv.o lurk-, through ;i p.irl.. n hi' li 

bolf nilnitn Inn,;. It i~ L i i ■ I ■ t ■ 1 j.i-i i.m di c 1 1 o - ■- 



the Itallnn gardens? y 
willtellyou. They on 
on two or three levels, 
nnd which, containing 
of highly di 



theatrics of broad term 
which surround the poll 






da nnd the lionso fro. 
ilpnrk. Asthohnusel 
i of thp 



lustrode cif'llic lerrnc.i Mil -if 
that rich golden (lone), nnd catch fine rlstos of 
Ibe park scenery below nnd beyond you. Of 
courrL', the It.ili.in giirdem ore liiid out In lb nl 

= i-rm;ii I riu-.il fivlv will. !i !■■ 1 uivr. r .! ■ ivilti .1 i.-Mii'l 
in ,'■'■ .if jirrhilc'ltirc, and are it. inr.iti ■! niih rin- 
v:i'.-.i, 6imoiL=, ami foimtniiis. A prclty effect ii 
pr.i.luce.l Kv iiv.nui, i.f IVrine-i.l laurels, grown 
witb sinalc stem? and round heads, like the crungc- 
treei that olivav l..,r.l.-r ill- ".>ll;- : "i" the iMrdin- 
of the .■■■r.tin.al; ami Hie 1'uks nlenliuM'.l, in 
piling llinl ttie Prince nnd Princes IliTglu'-e, 



,:,lly -,. 



,1 Hint: 



it MTordso pretty si 
:, is n. mrilv. lint tbe ■ 

urilain, tlml ri.es I. chin. 



■ rill -liftVri-m — R wide gin 
amphitheater, In the midst 



,1 pur)-.. 






oro fine grove of it 
ity feet high, glenro 



o thin 



,i,,,,r.iiic 



intended, (lid jrj.- u„. 

Hi,- iiidintincl Turm- r,f the l.-lm(- , 

unnlli.T f.irrien. Thin I- the gr.Ml ■■•>' ■' " ' " - ■ 

,„,,.. I, lir.i.id ru.nl, over which the l''iff '""1 lu 
All ,1,.' rii-hc. of the lr«|.k-< .ire [jr..wii lief, 
planted in th: rcil, M if i" *=b = -<'. ■ ^'V |;, ■ 

,hi t e. Th, ,u,f.,eei. not entirely level, hot here 

r,r.-r.KkvliilNiui.],KL|."-.,ll - wiu.l.ln: "»'. ' '■ 

J1 „,|l„riv 1 i,ther... l fiH l .= ".i.e t >ftl.e,...l..i ..l>."tli 
\u,,.|i,- l , 1,-ive nlreri.lv re.ieh.il the gins.-. I-r.-.m 
H„. I, t ,,,,-Iil • jiu.! Irn'iii.y (jf immv "f Hi" Inrg' "'i 

I,.,,,,, .-orinii-i uir i 1 .. i. i . It mi, nnd apparently 

, !,",,!. t,v,.l i.j ..BL- =,.ot ..? =:.ii.im.-r Luncriiies. 

lint 1 nliiill never bring llii- letter to a close, ifi 
.Iw.-ll even jlighllv upon any ink- replug -tene in 
detail. I 101151 ineiHien, h.m-ever, in p:i;-mj. He 
OJ-DoriiUM— per!m[i u mile l.irit— pLiiil.il v. nil Hi. 

mure illt.r..- til))? Iii the |...iani-t iilnl Ibe liill'ij'-'l]"' 
jf.ifdetiLr. Tlie tree; are neither set in for mill 
'' - lor grouped in n singlu scene but ore seol- 
':turosnnc drive, with -pine i-imusi] 
lorcnoti to acvelope it.i nnliirnl but-it of jrruivlh. 
There nrc some very er.i.'eiul He..ilnr n/.lurj lure, 

Mrikini? .in'! .-ni'.-rli trees, which I nowhere clie 
saw hnlf so largo nnd io such perfection, worn 
Iloudii-H' tir t-i'i" I'i'ujI""') iinJ Ibe noble fir 
/ii...... „_i..-r.,). They are two of tbe m i^niti ■ m 

' Oregon, discovered by 
iglnnd nhout eighteen 






.. ..r.':,lil..ri 
Ttn-.n 



bigh, « 






n, together with 
ronic-giccn. foliage ; nnd tlie latter 
ooping Konrnj-BprucE, cqTiollj' mul- 
cnleofluiurinncenndjrrncc. They 
-n-iTr hu^ overhanging u pool of 
if thorough I v nt homo on 
slope ofn hill-side in Oregon. 

' n walk forms n nun [del.' collet ti.n. 

j- trecj Ihnt wilt grow out of doom 

t Clint -iviirlh, with spnee fur [dunlin;,- every ri.ru- 

c efTect b produced by grafting tlie weeping 
nto the lop of n common ash tree witb a tall 
t thirty feet high, whence it folia on all "ides 
: gracefully nnd prettily than when grafted 



rciunrknble docility, 
or ul] J* thought that I 
os early na thc-thorth 
not know that tbe so 


ind good temper. It is gon- 
orns or the Bcrefords — I do 


force Hi eir progress. 
Dovons contradicts i 


An eminent breeder of North 
his. He is one nf the most 
Great Drilnin ; he hna been 




deservedly I fbouH ^}°^ ° r u ^ !n e ", t ? n j I l t " 7 

man in Enirlnml fur hi.- Ii. n,v..l,ii.-. . I;ni-l-tu. tI- 

llirl ,, :J an,! lilier.ility. Certainly, I llii.il: \ '■'-■: 
:,,tVly,ny,thntt'l.,.t-.v,.lhJ-lJ<. : ^..y : ; ;; ^^-;;-'. 



ally, thonnnyplocul 



ecogniicrenl beauty or ejcellon 



LIVE STOCK. 

Hkshy Coi.iias'3 Linens »r,ou Eta land. 
No.it Cottla 

Tub Devons, taking their nnmc from the beau- 
tiful county of Devonnhire, where they ore prin- 
cipally round, ore of iw kinds, the North nnd the 
South Devons. The Korth DeVO=s ore a compnr- 
otively flmnll raco ofaniniolB, with long and beau- 
tifully- turned horns, of n deep red color, short- 
legged, nnd compnetly built, exhibiting, lu my eye, 
the perfection of symmetry, with soft, silky coats, 
and with hnir in curled and waving lines, in ap- 
pearance like the most benutifal varied mahogany 



tbnt 






..fib.' 



ranker. 


They 
there 


a net a 


nyw 


alarg 
eigb 1 

n the 


a 120, 
eavily 
n. Th 


jnl they 
for their 
o South 


Devons 


Ted'!" 


molsof 


oT 


cb larger frar 

otisi'kTiilile 


i'^'niK 


ha fouu 


: s 


jil with the | 
W England. 


It is 


ass of 


IV, and 
cattle to 








t to 1 


io Sotitl 


Ue 




nt, as 


fornsl 


otild le 


rn, no 


purlieu 




tins h 


vo be 


n taken 




ve the 


r breed 


nut 


losec 


what 


□uld be 


mode of 


them, 


as in th 


CO 


e of 


ie sb 


rt horns, 


he Here 


ords. 


nil the f 


ort 


Devo 


a. 





lR ers of tho south. Their slic Is sronll, but 
' eight veiy great in proportion, as they nre 
utromely compact and .'"lid. Their meat is es- 
ccmed of tho best quality io tho market, nnd 
nroumnds usunll)-. " halfpenny n pound mure 
linn any other. Tbev nre brought in, at times, 
mite young, nnd k-|.1 until three yenrs old, when 
hey ore sent to market. They ore thought, when 
..-,.!] pur.-lnisod, to 



well 



s (heii 



itrlcol shnpe— for, 
j the legs, they " 



ell si 



cor relntives of the Qnllowny ond 
o, if my memory serves me as to 
kewiso block in color, and odtnii 
nee. They, nlso, are deemed bi 
lock both for thrift nnd for the do! 
f cows, I believe of the loiter bre 
rely black, eieoptlng 
Ironacst indi" """"" 



.i Hi- 



■nil!.. i.l...u 



nbundnnt milk- 



myvi 



, rarely been surpi 






,— Tito Plurality of Worlcla. 



TbO Solor ByBtoi 

Tun truly eloquent, as well as troty fleienline 
dissertation, delivered by Col. E. D. Bnkcr, before 
the Jlcrcnntilc Library Association, on tho evening 
of the 27th ull,, os one of the regular lectores of 
this most excellent Institution, was attended by 
one of tho largest and most intelligent Oudienccg 
thntbnoyetGUed Musical Hall. TlioSolnrSystcm, 
the science of Astronomy, or any theme connected 
with the starry world, or tho bright blue dome 
nbovo us, will ever awaken the attention of tho 
thoughtful nnd intelligent mind ; but whenn. theme 
ns fruitful of dis cues ion, one, too, so intimately 
connected witb nil iboi Is intensely interesting to 
tho humnn sou] ns is the conception of a plurality 
of worlds, inhabited by immortal beings, ia to be 
presented, nnd by oneso gifted with true eloquence, 
one so versed in science as the accomplished 
if that evening, we do not wonder that 
Bach on audience tvfts present, or that they listened 
with almost breathless silence for mora tbna one 
hour nnd a hnir, io an address, or lecture, or dis- 
sertation, or whatever one may please to call It, 
but which we know will be pronounced cqnal to 
mnny of the great master minds that have studied 
the subject II lifetime. 

Tho orator roo=t undoubtedly startled mnny 
minds with those truih... v.bich ihis jcienco tenches, 
and which tbey had never before conceived | and 
it is these slnrtling truths, these new develop- 
ments In soience, this progress, this march of 
mind that will distinguish ibe present ago. 

ilnst happy Is it for the community tbnt such 

minds as Col. Baker can be induced to draw out 

our citizens to subjects so enobling rind purifying 

as the contemplation of themes so glot" 

ifully, truthfully, nod ralig 

ted by tho gified speaker, flow inui 

for our city, for California, tbo wli 
Id, thai such themes sli 



end a Ihr 

gardens, is thc'cb«mi'?g 6u ,, o'f onVel.-neoi 
eoplej eliiejly bj the Dnkewbcn h[. gw,i, ,„ 

is,— flccopletesuilt, 
— and ending with 



reus: Nothing 
"aliaon these nj._ 
ig with a breakfnsl-ro. 

d beautiful of »■;> ,|| li 



ii"!,,, ,,.!,,, .,.,„„„, .,-,„!„,„ . ,. 

'■■' ■ Tl "-" 1 '"l'li:.'l..ll,l„.i,nu,.. I . , 

1,, , I,I V. '" 'V' 11 ' "H.....ite io i . ■ ...... ■ 

'-"'"" ['■'!"■■■. n..i v.1,,,1, ,..,. ,,.. !..,;_ 



Oor of (to* X" ".'"beln""^^ LbtisirMth II 



' ■™C»U l f ig£&£S 



l«rt*, perfKily JarJj.' 



And. I tb 
Tl- li , 



lis is all for ihe 
idunll All this 

I Notenilrely. 



.. -f-i'.i.'Ii.in'j.-j '';„"„' ';", 

..0. ..(llori^CK,,,^ 



:■, u "".' ....i.,™ i,i.,j, „,- 

,1, ,,,";' "".«•■ in I"...™.. n.,„l„.„ „ 

ii.,i.L, ,;,, '"' "•."mi'.'.. ».i.i .■^.■..ii J1K i, 



THE CALIFOEISriA F ARMEE. 



11 



UscHlHitji. 



The Immortal Mind. 
"Silence and SoliwJ'j— 
They ipc»t through Mind. 
Silimce bath n voice, and fio hath Solitude; 
gome practice the one, anil sock the oilier, for true 
enjormoot ; while, to others, silence or tali trie Is 
mife'rj- Such ore the mysteries of mind. 
Hilton says: 

Retiring from the populous noL-c, I SC ck 
This unfrequented place to End eomo owe. 
Pope sots : 

How hnnpr It the lonely mlill leli • 
Tho world forgetting, by (ho world forgot. 
Yonngsnys: 

?, eacrod Bolltudo I dlrlno retrcatl 
hoiee of tho prndcnll envy of tho grenll 
By thy pare dream, or in thy waving shade, 
We court fair Wisdom, that celestial maid. 
But Cowpcr soya : 



Where all good op 
And Thompson an 



from the first of joys. 



Amid [his world of death. 
Strange contra rile lions, yet no more strange than 
Iran. TVcll hato Bjtoq said ; 

Sternal spirit of the ehalnlej* mind. 
While Wileej cays 



Them 



it rest,— 



To Bon 

Hie mind its ccasclesa wandering take*. 
Yet, for nil these evidences of the dealhlcs! 



Again Byron 


ales: 




Whenceldt 


eb wrapt the suffering clay, 














But leaves 


la darkened dust bchtnd. 




And. how graphically does Byron describe 


the 


operation of mi 


d upon the mortal dost: 
















Was traced 


—and then [( faded as it came. 




History of Fruiting. 


lu Pnyrat in the United Stala. 










It was about 


brty years after the Brat settlo- 




icforc any printing was don 






tie printing hitherto in the col 










bridge. The fi 


rat printer ip Boston won J 




Foster. Jtewa 


bom in Dorchester, and grada 












irinler, bat having obtained 






government to carry on print 






nlcrs from tbe l.'.iiiiliri ■!<..■ p 




On the establishment of a press in 1 V ton, 






passed the following order 




is now granted that there ma 




a printing preai 
the belter regal 


elsewhere than at Cambridge 
Btlon of the press It is ordered 


and 



to act accordingly?' 

Mr. Foslcrfur several years published almanac?, 
for which Lu- made the c-alcuLitions^ himself. To 



respected and lamented. His grave stone bo 
Latin Inscription, which is rendered in Eaglis 
fellows: "Thou, 0, Foster, who on earth i 
study the heavenly bodies, now- ascend above 

survey nod inhabit 'this divine region. To 
].-oije;;ion 1 am admitted through Ihcgrne... 
Jesus ; and to pay the debt of grntitodc I hold the 

in honor of the astronorner-prinltr. One by Rev. 
Joseph Gapcn closed with the fullowing lines: 



n of piety mill benevolence, 



established ther 
o the Indian fhnri 



■ broke out, 



jo] at Cambridge, i 
write theEnglishl. 
[ived the Christian 



"tbie. 
When tho memorable indi 
bich was terminoled by the 
bratcd warrior, king Phillip. .I.,m,-.. iv„, lired with 
ilism and love or hi? kindred, and secretly 
is master printer and lied to join his brethren 
ns. ARern long and bloody war, the Indians 
being beaten, worn out, suffering tore.uly inn,, 
ickutsj, the tribe? Fepnralcd and retired to their 
avernl plnces of residence. 
T!s- ; .',.\iriiiiiLLil i.Ml.il :i |.r,-el.i(lllitilin llmt oil 
_ndian5, who would within fourteen days ennie in 
peaceably, might hope for mercy. Amoiiii tlm.-e 
auw in and returned to their allegiance was 
Jiinie-. the printer. 

' 16S0 Jiimej was i-nu:i'jed .villi Crten nt Cunt- 

hridce in printing 111!- = i.e ) e'lili"ii i>f llie Indi in 

-"■ .. The [lev.J..r,ii Kin, i. tin.- -li.dhiu A t ....- ol.-.-- 



t I c 



e I die, 
t eipec 






e Iodic 



iior, that is 

1 [In- ores* 



e to compose tho si 

li itrnl'T-tsnding." 

link.] with L'jll'i the English and the Indian 

igunges, mast have been of great service in 
printing the books for tho Indians. 

In 17U3 an cuitiun of [lie i' .-alter was published 
in Boston in llie Indian and English uDgangei 
willnlH-f,d|.jwir,|; imprint: "Boston, N. E., I'rinled 
by B. Green and /. Printer, for the Honorable 
tiampan; bit the propognllan of tho Gospel among 
Hit In.lbnij, in New England." 

Some of the defendant* of J times wen- Hvingin 
Grtiiloii in the early part of I lie present century, 
bearing the surname of Printer. 

Editorial Qanrrels. 
We make the folln wine extract from tho Reading 
[Pennsylvania) Gazelle upon the themo named 
above. Wo most heartily Indorse every sentence. 
During tho five years we have had the honor to 
occupy the Editorial Choir, we cannot recall lo 
mind a tingle instance wherein we have permitted 
ourself lo nso a harsh, unjust, or offensive word ; 
nor have we permitted nn article lo appear in onr 
columns that was injurious to good morals, or 

although wo may uot have always pleased every- 
body and may have been unjustly judged and un- 
kindly, criticised, yet we never have, or over will, 
he drawn into controversy that cannot be carried 



"Thy bt 



which at 



nek; 



Yea, though with doit thy buJy tailed be, 
Tel ai the resurrection wo shall sea 
A uir cdiiioa, new in Heaven Ml forth; 

lis but a wjrd lr,.ia i;,A, tin. jirsal creator, 

It is thought by some that the above lines gave 
Pranklln [bo hint Lor bis celebrated epitaph "oa 

lnin-ar. Tlitc- w.i;-. I, oivv.tr. :-., mi|. : li .,ri.-i.,.,lil ■,- 
in I rimlilitr:. intellectual p-jivtri. Hint it it Laidlr 
uecffsjrT to suppose that he burrowed the idea. 
S:inniel -i.-.'.v.ill w.ii the L'l.KcCiSrjr lo Foslcr as 



-l.mce ol' - 
immodation .. 
' undertake t 



Ml- 



llN^iniei.t !■]" tie priulili" 

v>«» .u nulloa , „, e ander the cummand of Mr. 

John L.iier, dee.,i-<i|, lib B rlv ia accordingly 
granledio him bu ihe ;:une bv ibis court, and 
none may prcsuroc to set up any oilier presso 

v.nliMiit n„- lil:., til,- rt v- iir : : n„n!ed." In 1CB1, 
■• Hun.-! fj. -.-,.,11, -l,_ v ,|,e pruviJi.nec of God, being 
riiiiiLI,- r,j .in, nd the jiri--.it. it.jiieeied leave to bo 

granted. 

The printers wha succeeded lo the Boston proas 

osier Sir. S-.v„N. were Jamcj Glen, Samuel Gre^n. 
jr., son of Iheeirlv printer in Caiiibridt/.- of Unit 
''-(■o--, llien Iti.b.ird I'ieree. lbirtbol<.l„e;v Green 
•'"'•'} -«i.n. !). ujniiiiu n. ir! i., ■j,i„.,tliy Green, son 
,n — nJr^JamesPrinier ~* 



T. Cru 
Frank 



dKneelaod, and theo 
' of Benjamin i 



iiil,.I;.i, 



■ ol 1 .. i ul. rid Lie, anil v.i.rl: 
time In con act t tun v.iil, I 
■"»■■>■« ." i:...5l. jn in lean, i, 
■I'^tl. ol 1,!, |„otl„r. Itttvi 



csya 






: in plea 



lery, if need be. We will never disgrace o 
columns with personalities ur discussions, the 
tendency of which will nol benefit others. We 
hove kept this faith five years, and we know wo 
can keep it five or twenty-five more. Wo com- 
mend [lie !-■!!... ey i u ^ lo the ill te IK inn of our readers 
" It has become the custom, of late, among cer. 
tain mtuibeni of onr fralernii;., !■■ imiol;'.- in p, i 
sonol abuse of each other through the columns o 
their respective sheets, ivliitli ni.i onlv di:.^ists lb, 
]■. .iron- and ili.-ifmeis tlie conductors or the prinl 
but degrades the entire American Press. Persona 
(iiurrel- prfiV'pkeif, [i,.rl,!Lj.-. bv disputes bttvinu ni 
c-ililiecii,.n v.-itb llie [.:.|,.r, are il..".l bef.ire ll,. 

eliidlv reeeiv.d in'f. li'e <■ irnily'i irele. !.-em will 
i.bu.ive hiiiiruage fit only ta Jio repented in thi 
j.iirli.ii. ni liilling-y.iTe, As a general thing, Hit 
piiMii- bike linl liMb- inlere.t in edit.. rial ijU,.rrel.i. 
.ml (In- piiblii-.iii.in of -i.jt.iil_- itii'l difciiL'rion;, llie 
liuifriiiige nf whteli U 'li.^uslhiir nod fraught with 
1 1 1 iii-iru. lion to i.ijr ;, ooili. .-.lie old no longer bt 
iterated. It is true, thai very often the pnlim- 
i,i rv ui'ivniifut towards one .,f tb.-.-e .]i - [.[. .v.- : ., 
. ersr.tialilie.i recite; the .iltenliou of the eomiiiu- 
nily, but eventually it must and will destroy thi 
ireiiLiiion of any jmldicaticH, and ruin the repu 
itlon of ihe publisher." 



TnK BtniiioWB Deah. — In New York, i 



id.nti'i.d 



In Ihio eit 
o' friends 



e foi 



r_rh!i],.=, bave robitiveii who would gladly perrorL 
thelasi sad olhti - did tli, ■■■ fcunn the I'aet nf tbei 
death. It is o ren.nrkiible circumstance, that of 
the seven persona killed on the Irack of Ihe Woi 

'■'liter Kiiilroml. near the [Iroukliiir. crossing, by 
the accident to a train of the Western lluilr.'.id. 
sii or eight years ago, four were never identiii. ■■!. 
The only noliee that their rebnives had of thuir 
phalli was, probably, ihe fact that llicynevorre- 
tarne.l to iheir homes. 



SSED , PLANTS, &u. 

SEEDS! SEEDS!! 

Frei.il Arrivals! 

tA_.Tiiuliiir.il and Horticultural ta 
SEED- STOUE, — «- 
HO. 108 CALIFORNIA STREET. 
Hew Crop of 1858: 

) in.. .1 1 r,n ... 100 boshsla Pooch Pits, 

lbs. Hcd Clover, 200 rw.OjDM. OnuiCT, 

lb! While Butch do, White Frene'j .-a.-ar-ISeet, 



u IUUTopdraa 
-.,. Mlieo La ion' do, 
\. Eaify Kent Poej, 



K,,di.'h, 

;bi- U ml:.i, 



assorted Fruit Trcei. 

DOTOH BULBOUS KOOTS. 

Double Hjaslntne, I naannenluj, 

.. . — .- » B , nl0M j l Tnlipr, Tuhoroioj, 

itial, Crooot. Iris, 

| 01 adjoins, 

II collection of all kinds of FIELD, FRUIT. 
OAKDEN, aorTFLOWKR SEEDS i all of which ore can 

Sold nbolwalB and rolall, ta quanlltlos to lull pur- 
unn, at our Send Store, Also, Pruning Shears, Bnd- 
,n( and Prunins; Knifes, ota. 

N^ B— All ordors fonrarded lo J. P. SWEENY £ CO, 
Seedsmen and Florists, nlll meet with immediate al- 



OrnamcBtal Shrubbery. 

THE GOLDEN-GATE NUBSERY, 

Comer "■■'il-r.iu „i„) Finn ll' Slivr I -, 



TEli'Es AMP aiinUBDEitnVjWfc 
MP orallklndicanbofoandatilibcitlab- — ™ 

TREES AND PLANTS, 

■ mong Ihe Om»mont»l Troesand Shrubs nlll befonnd 
30 varieties of lenuliful evergreen Acacias, 
iljplns, Myope nttae, 

|jrln™, 



_ otoehhu, Dlenonlas, 
;.:.;<;. r ".:■■!.■;■..: i . v.j.trincias, Molaloueos, 
Si -ht-l :■ ■niincOerouJ, Cactus, Epiphylluml, 

• ' all nan and vnlnable Plant, and Shrubs, 



MB IntblscolloBtloniiiH alsobofoaod 

M Two Hundred Varieties O 
MONTHLY ROSES 

smonr them eitra-ilie Plants, for ■tandanti or ellmbera, 
out! of tho noneil and rarest kinds. 

Particular attention paid lo ovory Order ree> 
Plants soloeled orEth care, and fonrarded accord! 



106 California sireol, San Frane 



Ifcir-TorR Seed Warehouse. 

ALFALFA, 

Now Crop ; 
HUNGARIAN GRASS; 

Garden, Flower, Field and Tree Seeds. 

[ TnEiIten.i T aYari 



ml Stocks, and hare no doubt thor will giro Ihe utmost 
Itlsfaelion. 

Agricultural anil Scientific Books, 

FLOWER SEEDS, and Collections nf Flower Seeds, 
ntnplnnoat paokagas, with directions for cultivation. 

Goods securely packed, tn en to any distance. 

All enter, by mail or olhonoise (with rotnllUncos), 
fill ha attended to nilh einctneos nnd promptitude, 

19- Light kinds of 'Seeds can. be fonrarded through 
he mail (postage paid). 

O. L. KELLOGG & CO., 

II 111 SAKSOME STREET, 







■Ves, 



HYACINTHS, TULIPS, LILIES, UHOCOS, 
JAPONIOA.S, 
And a variety or other Bulbous Roots. 
PEUH1HO AMD nuBDmrj BH1TE3, and ,rll 

llortle-ulliuaj 1 jiijiIi inents, 

AnJ rocoirlng hy otory Esprosi from tho Statu, and 
Eoropo, a general osnrlmout of 

Field, Garden, Flower, Fruit and Tree 
SEEDS, &C. 

H. B.— Ctuuoguci fumuted on oppllcouon by null or CI 



idnucn. A llberel dli eoiiDt roiJo to lbs Trtule. 
For sale in lots to suit purchasers, by 

6. W. U00RB, 



NUBSERY BUSINESS. 



■ Laid C 



mtflt. 



EsT-Citaiooues nlll bo fotirarded by mall, oo npp 
ilion lo the undcrsignad. 

W. 0. WALKER, Proprlator, 



TEEES! TEEESI! TEEESI!! 
GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 



GEHEEAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



(Opposilo Wash in itlon Market) 

WE, TDK UNDEltSlGNED, ItKSPECT- | 







GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 
Nos. 67, C9, and Tl, Merehant -ireet, 
:-s. (91) H. F. Wllliaini 



RIVER BAKK 
NTJKSERIESI 



SEEDS! SEEDS!! 

Crop of 1858. 

Just Beceived by Express, on the steamer 
John L. Stephens, 

— „_ A FULL ASSORTMENT OP HEEDS, _ m 
flMBeleetal \.j Hun. Hr,r.!,.ll , . MUar\ P. IdoSlH 
*Ww>' U>e MoMidiosnu aLMe llnrlirullurol &rel^rj,**-> 

CROP OF 1968. 



The denih of Henry L. Ellsworth, Esq., nt Fair 
Haven, has beeu nnnouuted. He was a son of 

Thief iii,ii. : ,. KI]-,-,v.,ril,. „f Win.isr.r. und twin. 
brotheroftbelle.il. Wm.'W. Kll.-wf.rih. Ho pro c- 
liced law in Ibis clly until summoned liv fi.neriLl 
Jmk-f.n lu lie LltiTllliiif-L-'lf.litT e-f the I'liliiit Ullj,-,- _ 
[Unrlford Courutll, Jan. 1. 



ailed "Tlii! Boston New 

irJohn Campbell, posit 



eekly, , 



Cnnipliel! for eluhlei 
lisbedft on his «w 

to* published tlfleej! 



1,11-d in 



ublisb tbe paper foi 
, and after iv ...i-.! i.nl- 
oeeonnt. Tbe Sow, Lett,-, 
years before nuy oilier psper 
■unlrj-. 11 wm, p.Ll.n l„, | i,, 
eessnrs lill 177U, when lite Brilisli 
L After his falher's deMh Dai 
printed for the College at Can 
-early forty years be vros prinli 
and council of JlnsBachusell 
disilnauished printer of his llm 



,t •peodily. Wbin did 



Tnrlf, and by all drugglu., 4 | 



TAKE NOTICE, 



Foreign and Fancy Grape Knots, 

Peach and Cherry Trees, 



n full a, 






AORICULTBBAL IMPLEMENTS. 

For sale by ^ ^ PANOBUEN, 

I Between Front sad Dbliciy ■trevji, GanFmaclieo. 



ALFALFA SEED. 

A SUPERIOR LOT, JUST RECEIVED, 
PURE, by tbe nndonlgnetl, from Valparaiso, and 
For die in loos to salt purchasers, by 

BTOWELL 4 STODDAED, 
Mar, I. 11 3m fj front stjett 'ap rtalrU, 



CALIFORNIA. 

TUB SUBSCRIBERS INVITE ATTENTION TO 
THEIR STOCK OF 

FRUIT AWD ORNAMENTAL 

35 TREES!! Jg 



8,000 Pear Trees 

(On Seedling Pear Stocks), ona and tno yean old 

10,000 Apple Trees, 



3,000 Gheny Trees, 
1,000 Plum Trees, 



a nd tiro years old 
one yoar old: 
one year old. 

TEACHES, APBJCOTe), Q0O3EHED.T11E3, CURRAHTS, 

LAWTON DLACKUERFtY (.strong, nel I- ronted plalas), 

RASPBERRIES, ETC. 

IN THE OBNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT; 

American Elms, i to Greet; Silver Maples, S la i 
Mountain Ash, 4 to 6 feat) English Walnuts, Chinese 
Arbor ViUo, California Redwood, Etc. 



We oronltl Initio lho« who »ro about to plant out PBAR 
TREES, to oxamlno our stoek, as parUsulu attontltra 
Is paid to the animation of Iho Fear. Thoy are budded 
on Poor Seedlings of oar own raising, and have mado 
a fioo growth from 3 to 7 foot, according ta tho habit ol 
tho variety. Wa haro all of tho variolic- that an 
worthy of ealiivatlon, proeared from one of the most 
reliable Peat Callurlsts at tho East, and no pains arc 
spared to insure oomplola accuracy. 

THE NUESEE1ES 

An tUunlsd at (ha Roiidonce of OE011OB BANDER. 
SON, on the Rood, loading from San Jose to Alvlsoi 
about three-quarters of a mile north nf Beaty's Hotel. 

ew- Orders by mall, or by Welts, Fargo & Co., will 
rcoelva prompt attention, and tho Trees securely packed, 
sons to boar transportation to any part of Iho S Into— for 
which o reasonable charge will bo made. Terms Cosh. 

AtHOITB IH BAH FBSSOISCO! 
KaHDBicK 4 Smrn, 10 Clay street Wharf: whore spo 
olmonscanbogocn after Dooombor lOlh. 

L. F. SANDERSON & 00., 

fir* Illvcr Bank Kunerlci, 
lB - Bnl San Joso, Oallfornlo. 



SMITH'S 

POMOLOGIOAL GARDEN 

J< 1ST 11 ITTJH8BRT, 

SACRAMENTO-, 
On tho American River. 51 miles from tbe Cily. 

OFFICE AKD DEPOT FOR TREES, 
J Street, Iwlweeti Seeoiitl aiid Tlilnl flntts. 

tfgjjj Tho Tress offered from ihi 



re tin ii 



mill; fie- 



ld In Iho NUMBER OF VARIETIB3, of oaeh kind 
of fruit, wo possess the 

LARGEST COLLECTION IN THE STATE 

our catalogue ombractng 

Over Wine Hundred Tarleiles, 

01 follows ; 
Apflkb, 245 voriaties; 
Pbars, S76 varintics ; 

PLUIIS, 100 varieties ; 

Cherries, 00 varieties; 
Peaches. 75 vnriotien: 

Nectahines, 20variatiaB; 
Apricots, 13 varieties ; 
Grapes, 00 varieties. 

. Wo hesitate not lo saying that our 

PEAR AND CHEHEY TEEES 

Are the Finest Ever Offered 

for sale In this State, of all ilsos, being from 6 feet to 12 

nnd H foal high. Tho greater portion being not 

only of very largo also, but. also handsomely 

shaped, are elegantly adapted to planting 

near rcjldencej, affording the dooblu 

ADVANTAGE OF SHADE AND FRUIT. 

Of tho above two fine Fruits we offer 

eS.OOO TREES FOR SALE, 

nf different ilres and price;, and as low as good Trees 

can be bought nt any flrst-class Nursery In tho State. 
Many porauashavohadcal poor success wl lb. Cherry Trees 

In this State. Wa slate for their information" that 
Oar Cherry Troea are grown vpon the true im- 
ported Mazzard stock, and not upon t3)m- 

man Native or Oregon ttock of this Coast, 
the former being tho only Steele tit to grow thorn on. 

We bavo also a very fine stock nf tbe following, vis : 

APPLE, PLUM, PEACH, HECTAEINE, 
Apricots, Grapes, Figs, Almonds. 

Besides a Miscellaneous col lee- ,£M 

■if oilier and ■ mall fruits. -j$ 

Particular regard baj boon paid to the growing or tho 

Trees In QOOD SHAPE, and purchasers of onr 

Twa-yean-old Trees will And that they haro 

bewn ii-clL "cut back, 1 ' and are nan 

Crm, lymmclrically shaped Trees. 

Wo guarantee no finer or healthier Trees will bo found 

io tho market this Benson, 

Wo also offor a superior oseortmentof 

Shade and Ornamental Trees, 
Shrubs, Roses, and 

Greenhouse Plants. 

Embracing all tho old anil well known popular varieties, 
as well as o groat many others bolh good and nan. 









lar shade tree, so full or re 

QOOD OLD-FASHIONED ELM TREE 
of many varieties, but molt or Iho American and Scotch 
films, which are of good sire, Bad when welt estab- 
lished in the sail, they era of very rapid growth. 

LOCCBT] 

Labobhdk, or Golden Gum,', 
Mai'i.k, in widely, 

Likden, European and American, 
Catalva, 

CmKA, and other Trees. 

We call particular attention U> oar CoUeotioB of 
THE CAMELLIA, 

which has become so well acclimate j Ihi! wa bavo them 

Growing finely in our open groanis, and blooming u 

elegantly out of doors hero oi Iboy possibly could 

with tbo londeresl ears In a conservatory, 

ll b no longer a hooso plant, bat one of 

The Geim of the Pteaiure Grounds. 

WE OUAltANTEE.ALt, TREES FEOM OUR HURSEEY 

["£- Ttll : F. TO TIIH NAJJLB.J3 

pa- For more minute particulars or Shrubs, Roses, etc., 

see CATALOGUES, which will bo sent by mail io alt 

applicants. 

Wo invito attention to onr very largo and general 
assortment of 

VEGETABLE SEED, 

whloh Is Tory fine nnd largo, and we are now prepared 

tosnpply TUB TRADE Is •niiuitlllei to suit, and at 

Loaer 'Prices than can he found 

at any other ostubtisbmonHn tbe State. 

Wo have now been growing SEED for a number of 

years, ond havn glvsn universal latlsfaotion. Wo ore 

now nrepared to supply Jorge qonntltlos of GOOD FRESH 

SEklD at very low rates. Thou seeds will be done up 

handsomely In paeksgos, for Wholesale or Retail Trade 

and nlll always bo In readiness at our Gaaoitt, aed at 

CITY OFFICE^-. M J titr<s.l.---GACEA.BlEHTO 
Our TrKt and SWbi Kill it Kid far CASH ONLT, and 



13 



^iE^ OALIFOBNIA^^Ei 



Sire ©iilifotittit laraifv. 






und «11 out large naiabcr °f niWni- 
crtwomorc. Head tho nomlurn » 
lltovnarucienbor. 



it gralifj their friends, 11 



love and n 
of bunjiini 



surface— those who 11 
lands — to lie gotherei 



(lliclll |>Cf7V-.i 1 

lStOlimO,lalont 

tees. All whili 



Home, n [ilor 


e where Ih 


litart fm 


INI 


Inn 


ll.,-.'.- ,'l,[,|[l : 


atlYoly few. And ti 


Is 


an n 




111 ednw 








fitted those 


rbn nre to 


piV'l'lr 1 


ere 


and 




Paradise 




f only a 




d sleep. 








IT then i 


one subject of too 


TO B 


omc 


another, in 


ig cdaeat 


n of mortals, 


Us 


alien M U 
probability, 


a reign a 


daughlc 


wl 


f tb 


places sbou! 




r d for ll. 


Tb 


loil 


DUO wife and 


nialbcr, lr 


uiyedncai 


A to 


Ibis 



roro the press. The indue 
wife and mother for good 

m.i. Tiro, id a? Ihc whole 



hep 


enni 


cdlo 


rale nnd 


turn 


ha! p 


ice in Ihc 


heart, wh 




ougs lo 1 




nd tho 




Ibe 


ol. 


I'bat 


mc-ubglc 


s cat 


. and 




eve 


join 




b Fashion 


will 


b has 


broken 90 



Is b ifcie gontdiMi of iho "holy of 

; i'f tliL-i- pirvcrLtrs nod destroyi 



Woman will ice that the happiness of her roc. ; 
their vay salvation depends upon being rdueor-d 
far S aBl . r unl pIoec is no , otBmlDg fa anElc 
of Home, when everybody can thrait tfienWelri . 
Into it lib: a t ,ui,iic howl. There ihoold be nln«. 
Inning from thote who guard, that place, by which 

and be, or Ibey, who have the eL,,r,;e of 



piaesj of those 






1 Pashioi 



nnd oar Homos opened only lo thos 
welcome with Ihc heart. 

This Is a theme npon which mod 
lo be said, and hope those who preside 1 
now control the destinies of the Homt 
I'acilir, will erectneuee of law 
shall form an epoch thai will ma 
Then shall a song of Joy 
mountains, saying: 



One of tHa Bvita of tho Frerfon. of U» Pro™. 

"TUB WnlttiD IB WIPE BSOU0H FOH AM.. 

Tins iso glorious motto; andlf monWndu 
unite os brethren, and n'd each other In 1 
laudable pursuit, and leave alone Ibnt Tfbii 
unworthy; If cm 
man op, In the 1 

pK m** u. *•» 

light on the hum 

The freedom of the Press is a bulwark: of liberty! 
but Ibis freedom of Ibe Press is (nine 
abused as to become licentious, nnd in the bauds 
of men or strong prejudices nnd pnss> 
vindictive temper, that engine of powc. 
an instrument of evil Instead of good; I 
a "sapper and miner" lo Ihe fortress of 
ties, instead of a bulwark In their defem 

The cause of a great portion of this e 
.0 often appears like rust upon this 
Hrh-h, weapon of power, is the selfish llttlcne* of 
men. Tbey seem unwilling that pro-perily should 
light upon any onu but IhoraEelvcs. Envy, hi 
Jealousy, nnd all uncunrilubleness, are passlo 
common to humanity, tbnt, getting the bet 
their reason, tbey yield themselves up to 1 
and forget, that by so doing, they am weakening 
their own power for good and for useful! 
looking through their own darkened vision, they 
thus sap nnd mine bencnlb their own prosperity 
and become the nutbura of thcirown fall. Magna- 
nimiiy, liberality and generosity lo olhers, even it- 
those weaker, lower, and even less worthy, a help- 
ing baud lo l(fl Unr. io>, is so much belter, so much 
mly neglect lo aid the weaker 



tr In the I 
mon among n 






1 Ibis 



age, tbnt men do not sec that in ll 
(jure another, or to fail in those gre 
iudncss nnd kind words, or to "spci 
s we find him," It ever recoils upon U 
not pet is o( tail, and all who thus con 
is portion of the gob! 



Kill n 



io great 



urled forth from tbc Press, a 
iffer from them in opinion, or 1 
cenpv Ibe vantage grouod in 11 
ud human progress- Dow glori 
nwernnd triumph or n united pr 
nly for tbc good and trnc, Ibe b 
ful? Leave error alone, and it w 
illy heralding forth a loo 



Good ProBpoots for CallTonil 

We are most bnppy in being nblu to t 
k,- ih„ fnilmrinir letter, the pleasing la 

" ° 01,1. S».. A„i..tt»»l WW, ""'"l 

,„„iipi....d. ni, n,..ii».» >>*;'"■ 

, ■ .. ei.(.> I1.1t .-nr"- in '■'! !'■ 
duetions of our glnnous Stale, nas com 

make inve.-lniei.ls here for.iprieiiltiir.il 






tarry 



be lim 



made ni 



,.. „ BTB bis fine herd of Devon cattle, consl'ting of 
about forty head, of tho vory liigbcst character 



ivill be a pre.it ii.-jiuHiu- 



r -.u 


trv par 


mln 


r catalogues w 


1 be pre- 


pared, w 


lb nomc 


and 


prico of nniina 


nf which 


we shall 


giv, due 


otic 






JIr.0-A.Bly, tb 


ow 




a note to 


us of 281 




Ha 


ng become com 




Iniliv". 




sth 


tmvDevonswo 




'HI, .re In 


acGt 


bolh lo myself and uther.a 


here lha 


at bum 


e, no 


d urged by ran 


y of your 


eading 


gricultu 


BlS, 


have laken I 


slop ro- 


.■rr.nl to 










The im 


proved D 
England 


as d 


Cnllle have com 
cidedly the best 


und most 



1.-1,11,1,:, 



.Ti 



red color 



■..l.i.l, 



tho fourth or firth cross 
mukos it always easy lo match them together. As 
dairy caltlo they nre eminent for the n't*n«j ot 

ijunntily. But it is as beef cattle llml they clhibi' 

and cumpact form makes this ijunlity less conspic 
uous in them tlinn in the more showy Durham* 
They fnltcn easily, and lay on most in the bes 
pieces; nnd tho qualify of their beef onuses it to bi 
u[i,:ivr- iji.MtLil :il ,1 tj i jlt 1 1 . ■ r ti^-uri.- ill .^Inillili. 1' 
market, being fine-grnined, juicy, nnd wrfi aatbkd 



Grent Speed of our Colifomln Horaea. 

OAuroiiHiA is destined lo becomo famous for " 
fiuo rnco of horses, bolh for speed and botlom. lVo 
shall also iieeoiiw celebrated for uieellcnl drnft- 
lioracs. There is every Indication that the clininto 
of Collfornia is peculiarly fnvorablo for perfecting 
the. breeds of horses, nnd, in fact, for all kinds of 
stock. Tho lost year, it will ho recollected, thnt 
tho greatest trials of tiio endurance or man, In 
running a eel of horses 100 miles, in less tlinn tun 
boors, was mnde, and, nlso, running one horao fifty 
miles, Recently there have been tn'u trinls of 
speed which have- created n very great Interest 
nmong the lovers of lino horses. The first was on 
.y, January 10th, n pacing mail ' 



V ' 



I Fred John: 



This was a 
iltiiig race, and, cjuite contrary lo general 
Ion, Young America bore off the palm, and 
two milo race in tbo remarkable lime of 
1 4:5sj — first and second beats : n pacing 
1 wagons. 

at rnco occurred on tbc 21st Jan., at li 
urse (the Pioneer) ; a trotting match, i 
for 51000 n side, between Honest Job 
ler. Tbo rnco was handsomely won b 
obn. Time of the three heats, 0:11, 6:1 
try spirited race took place on Iho snm 
Hilly Shear nod Bill 
Time, 1:58, 1:50, liSDJ. Second and 
s won by Billy Shear ; tbc first by Billy 



it this 









be iho leading a 



ustice. Young America is owned by G. If. 
r, Esq., is of Kentucky stock, sire, Wagner f 
Woodpecker, foaled in '49 ; consequently, 
are old. This splendid animal was brought 

from How Orleans in 1854 by Mr. Eolf; nnd sold lo 
Young, and by him sold 10 Mr. Parker, the 

present owner. This noble hor»o has made good 






i:BBj t< 



t tho splendid tr 






recorded. Such trii 
California in the fror 
Parker may well be | 
be knows well bow ti 



rank for fast horses. IV 
ondofhisnoblennimhl,nn 
appreciate Young America. 



Cruel Murder of Anlmala. 



flVL l>f lt.O: 



.■ U^ful 



thissen, 
i'-.ri tin: li, 



1, frauds, w 



andleo, 



olive lh( 
ers look t 
it Ihc mom 



them. Let our rem 
,od they will find lb 
■Idcd forth some new crimo or human ftnill] 
orch it' lighted and the world is in a bli 
vhe last shape this disease took before the pu 
vas "the doctors," and the Press caught the in 
ioo, and began lo "Cooper" the M. D.'s am 
.rand them with black "Coles," and then 
'Bowell" the community, onlil they caose fa; 
og sores upon Ihe body politic ; nnd thus, 
ibcrty of tbo Press, us we have said, beco 



lings; Ihe earth is 



becomes the "bead of 
b paid for huntinc up 

rkencd, nnd we hear of 
IMian nnd woe. 
he" The Press should 
!t of public oploion; It 
encoornpo all good tf. 
ik ond f.iint. Tho Picas 
■n which oil sbncld ret, 



n IVi-- 



anu, ihoiiJd spung. ill 
•s its power only for Ibe 1 

toll, oor new Btatc, there aro sprlogiag up 

rill furoter bnule Tor tbo .unoj -side of 
dc bittctnets, selfltb passion 
s from their columns. Such 
take root and grow, to bud, 
■oil, as a tree planted in good 
watered by the showers nnd 
warm light of 




UBHi» Sroci tamxa to duronsu.— 
b. pleasure o[ n „ u (loa „ frfM(] add 
■,I"« Stockton, F. 5 a., Bb(j] „ ri ,„.„,„ 
■"- for Illinois and Kan> M Territory lo 



Petal un 
much c 



-e Spiomnis or Coil.— We were 
with n very lianilsome specimen a 
, ') C.i],Ljin Fniijill-.Tny, from the colli 



bark perfectly. 
We also received a huodfome rpteimen f« 

^""•-'"■•■' f-m-iM 1 ..!„...!„„, |,,,. n ,.l 

nfatreeverybcauiifullyfonned. tu,,,, ,„,. 

men, for your favors. 



tmlar 



: then 









inning off their flesh. 

I believe there art' no /Wgi;;iA -Im/ Devon: 

1 e Slate, eieepl two call.-,, imported by the l.i.-l 

■ecder and importer nf stork, ilionerb .lii.lly ,.f 
lr.-c-,, in ivhik'h he tins ii'MjuirtJ ,1 df.-,. rvtdlj hi«h 



oliP: 



Bnrnlng of the Homotle&d of or 
It if with more than the ordinary regret we feel 

of one which recently occurred nt the fine residence 
of B. L. Beard, Esq., at the Mission of San Jose. 

Mr. Beard is not only one of our oldest />ibnrrr., 
but bo is one of the earliest pioneers of Agriculture 

cullure, raised the largcslnndraost vnlunblc crops 
ever raised in the Slate. In tho year 18E3, his 
crop of potatoes amounted lo over tlietn million 
ptxinih. It will be rccclleelcd by many, however, 



.. 101..I | ( 



of ibis ortfcl. 

Tbey would not 



Mr. Dcard, like, the c 



■> fr.,U o| ,1 



kind), a 



tioos. Hundreds of oui 

plcasaoi and beautiful spot, truly mansion of 
rtfiacdbosplUUityaodgcncrouslrleodsbiii Heaven 
grant that this m-iy be the lost event ou tbo dark 
eldeof fortnoc, nnd that the fblurc may nil be 
br>ghl,and that from ibe ashes of that mission 
pile o new emission may spring forlb, more 
bright, more beautiful, and, more lasting in ,|, P 
prosperity and bappi ntaB of himself and (hose 



— Much 1 



said of dogs lately, in 
' very certain that tbey 



ate gelling sufficiently numerous for t 
A*W -log is beyond nil price, but np 
''"" ■""''"■^eitylt would he an 
ni.inni i,, inlie-jonic measure lo rid tbo 
'--Usance. It Is unsafe in 



I,. ,,l„i, 



F ( "' 'uvthat £" ' h ' " ;nd ""'" lma 
' ''■ " : '" ■>■ ■::■■" ^H-rlfiS^ 
Tbo trmiing bo.oci when betrajed." 

He, In Khon, 
1 treasured all iu traait 00J pride 



"11, 




nncb claimed by Samuel Brnnnnn, Esq., of this 
it)-. Wo have the following fuct3 from rcllublo 
lurccs, but not knowing any of Ihe guilty parlies 
give the facts, in hope that some law may be 
■ lob- 'lniiriL- ihe pre; in I -it -ion nf our Legklntni 
hereby the bitter pirsonnl disputes of men mn 
3t be allowed lo be vented upon Ibe poor, uuo 
fending dumb beasts. If Ho "who hears tbo ravel 
tliey cry," and wilt not permit a sparrow I 
fall to the ground without His notice, so wntcht 
inimnl creation, in euro nnd tendcrnes, 
our Legislature will do something t 
punisii those men who aro guilty of cruelty t 
nls, and cause them to Terrain. The recer 
)n and cruel slaughter of some hundred! 1 
bio sheep, tbo properly of Mr. Brnnnnn, by 
' lawless and wicked men, should awaken 



DOMESTIC SUMMARY. 

F Dinoisoa have been discovered in OrM-ffle, 
icli n writer in the Gall says, that they are 
live nnd very rich there is not a shadow of 
. The parties named therein, s 



i?.-|ip a day 10 tho bond. 



g from fburti 
ompanyia 

> n ,,iit..-. : 

■ ■MlLHIM- 



ul" all kind? 0.111.':= (in. biiyini 
cnly .-: .likilh sound is ti 
bell calling to \vur=liip. 
,i,|'l-, if ii.iiirovemcnt, mo 



Wells, F*noo ft Co., 1 



..Uln.i.l.iboring. The 



Tub recently discovered rich quart* veins near 
I lories hoc [lend, Maripo.-a, the Llar.cttc soys, arc 
yielding, nt present, as well ns when first struck. 

The town of Columbia is soon lo bo lighted 
with gas. Tbo Courier says, it was conlem- 
plhled lo use gai mn mi fin in red from pine wood, by 
a new invention ; bui this having been deemed a 
failure, Ihey havo adopted coal gns as something 
1 hey 'an depend on. 



io, nnd that lari 
n this season |. 
Also, Hint it h 



TnE Stste Medicj.1. Cosve: 

Ihe Society: Dr. Ellis, Prcsii 
Montgomery, Deal, Hnrvey, 1 

Presidents ; Dr. Logan, of E-ver, 
■ng Secretary ; Dr.-:. Taylor ar 
Secretaries ; Drs. Ontmnn, S\a 
H.iram, TiMen. and tlibbuns, 1 
rii.iir.l of Censors. 



lowing oQicers of 
it ; Drs. McLean, 
I Harkness, Vice 

Iir..ivn, 

Ihe 



cr, nnlc 



We In 



n 






rco, it affords no oicuse .for murdering lliu pool 
10 (fending sheep. 

Tho facts nro ns follows : some dispute oecarrto; 
mnn and pnrties claiming land 
which his sheep were pastured, Ihey under- 
took lo destroy his cheep, by way of revenge 
For Ibis purpose Ihey Went to the corral in lliu 
ightiimc nnd. commenced shooting them 
lo their (right broke 



s deep nnd 1) 



'■'1'i'if i- 



sh lo know tlium, nor 



forw 



"ill a- 



r find rv 



reckless cruelty nnd 
animals. 

Already ibero bus boon 
State, the poisoning of 1 
ond cnttln, nnd Ibe destroy 



cnfrful . 



Thes 



rded nil over 
do horses, mull 
ig of wagons, baniei 



nr-j is not sufficioni 

ke good the peeunia 

nish him by Imnrl, 

rut.li. 1-, proil.iim til sin , 

no penally for »■ 

II not dare lo vl 



md In addition 



ic, ihei 



a offene 



hi ii ... „ lli;.i[,._\ Vl . cn n m^.ndyjj [Q [hp irulj . 

h '.' , ' [ " '"" l '-I'll'-ralely designed and finished head 
"'"'"• "l'l"-av= upou.Uie l-nrmcr. Wo think 

iMtroi,.* i„,d r ni , lldd , vm p ron0[ll|Cl . u |)L , iii|l ._ 

' h " "- ■■■ -ione.l l,v ourselves, drawn by those 
,'.;;„;; ;'" MJ ^^ brother., and engraved by 
., '""'' '-"h lt «llliLselfspeaki l H„„.,i t .,f„ r 

■""-'"■"'...n. "nuibingc^,! llwl „ 

urwe.m '""'' ll ' i "-'^-""-^>1-o"si"of nil 

"I'.rpn..,.',' '"w "7 ,, ;" , "-'l«-»'K "f nil i.ther g„:,i, 



New Quartz MAeinscnV.— A wrllcr in the Alia, 
from Angels, mentions tbnt Mr. Brodie of that 
place has just invented nnd put into successful 
operation a sulpharntc furnace thnt will assist the 
quartz business more than any invention Hint hns 
yet been brought before the public. It consists of 
a revolving cylinder, placed over or on n furnace 
in an inclined position of nbout two or three de- 
grees ; it is nbout one fom in liimueter and about 
len feet long, with grooves two or three inches 
apart. Both ends arc open ; nbnvc this is a bop- 
per, into which Ihe sun, 1 h. placed, and from it 
descends through 11 unull lube into ibe upper end 
of tho cylinder; il being hot nud in molion, the 
sulphur burn^ invar mi.l .-veil helps lo bent the 
cylinder, white what is len passes thro 



twenty-four hours on 
by hurning only n hi 
hns been npplied for 



her 



Hlir.,i,glif 



is in 






Movemestb for the expulsion of the Chinese nre 

foil owing- from nn exchange: A largo mcelineof 
miners-was recently I.H.I at the b„„,e of .Mm 
Ernnnon, on Middle Creek. ^Ii,i = in county, nt 
ivhiHi r t ;.,lniions were adopted 



The 



.■my-llin 



Fanu the Son ni. 

The Los Angeles Slur =-itvs (he new town ofSarc 
Pedro Is rapidly tilliue ii|.'« ill. building?, having 
now nU the esscniinl.' euiitline- il iu be considered 
nud styled a " city "— 1. sroce'rv, hotel nnd lih.ek- 

smitbsbop. It will ='oii. no ,1 1, h.ive .1 bowlini; 

alley and a billiard saloon. 

We wero shown by Sir. Seilon, of Snn Gabriel, 
a block oi .-ilver ore ivei^bing about fifteen pounds, 
a specimen of 11 mil., ■, ivhiHi lie di covered Intel v. 
forty or fifty miles from the " 



idicnli 
Cupt. Job 



:epei 



laguorsilvor. 
, of ihe TJ. S. Const Survey, stfvs 
— '— d by the last trip 
I, in accordance 
,'lon, proceed to 



The Senator here aft 
Ulead of fortnightly t: 
Tlie Los Angeles 111 



price 
bead. 



|-.,iui.| 1 



the 



ale, ll 



my 



il--t enil of .s :, 

Of Ihe Ith lost.. ' 
purl of Ibe cabin of ll 

Whaliko * 



a ibe Island 
Ihe number nf persons who hnvo 
1 the Doctor, for tho purposo of 
his county bids fair, in n few years, 
u greatest sheep producers in the 

liieb was much needed, hild fallen 



is getting nlong ns 
ig encountered no 
1. It will bo two 

iently picked tip on 
nil, says Iho Vine- 
fied us having been 



S.vs Hieoo.— Acompnuyof wbnlc- 
ien in ann uiego bud killed u doj.cn whales oul- 
dc of Iho hnrbn.-, within a few weeks, but suc- 
i.l.d In bringing only five into tho harbor. 
Those five yielded lio barrels of oil, worth S2,t 
Tbo Son Diego Her ' "" 

sinking, 

'tliln 



\. that csplodoe ■ 
"> »ho shouldor." 



ellteil r.,r the |inrpnse, 

ind is discharged 






THE CALirO UN I A. FARMER. 



13 



rJSIKE 5 S DIBBOTOET. 



Tub OproBrtros Lisk of steamers to New York 
bj way of Panama, seems likely lg lie in operation 
til tho time announced, the 5t!i of March. The 
agenls Id this city, C. K. Onniion * Co., arc mnk- 

can only hope, the Opposition will become n por- 



J [ 1 C ^ 1 1 I . :il_- ■::-.■ ly 



^'i^tifnT^ '' '■■!■"« ~.-Vr'i : -i"vv..' ; i 




■ct< of 



j, Ohio, f. 
county, 17,000; 

00 gallons in lb 

the director or rl. Lot 

that the B'ineoflBSB. 

13 good K3 the celebrated vintage of 1S53, 

yield ia considerably greater than that ___ .. 

The price pec gallon ranges from Si to $1 20, th. 

The vintage oflltnniic 

the curly part of the Eer 
al Hcnaano atolet, thai the quantity of ivinc pro- 
duced n-ill reach 53,000 pilloDS, nhich ia highly 
catisfactory in view of the fact Ibnt the yield of 
the previous year vt-oi enormous, and that liuti 
d two consecutive heavy crops. 

I.E LmnAnv Lectcii E9 .— Thu thirdlcetorc 
of the series wos delivers J but evening ui aluelcal 
Hall by Hon. -Frank Tilford, on the sabjeit of 
"Commerce, its infiuence and objects." The at- 
tendance was Rood, though there was room for 

manner, and the reputation. of the eloquent speaker 
was fully snitnined. Those who rniis these lectures 
suffer a great Iom. 



Plajst Alcalf 



is the ti 



(.■(.■ |,rL-],.ii 



[e hlI the earth deeply, :ind given opportun 
. m deep. It is all important that this i 
should be planted on deeply cultivated al 



Go On.— J. G. IVTiito, Esq., of tbia city, lumber 
merchant, haa planted one thousand trees in So- 
noma county. He has purchased a lino ranch and 
been planting trees of tho best kind. Goon! This 
is well. May a thousand of our rich men, who 
bnrc the taste for It, go and do likewise. 



Books Received.— Wo have been favored by Hon. 
Mr. Banks, with a copy of the Surveyor General's 
Report, anil other documents. 

IVtt have nlr;o been favored by the Report upon 
the Condition nod Requirements of the City Front 
of San Francisco, made to the Dock and Wbnrf 
Company — a. valuable pamphlet, with maps and 
tabular statistic, admirably gotten up by J. P. 
Robinson, Esq. 

fnaiiranct Almanac— Mossrf. Alsop k Co. hav 
sent us na admirable almanac of some 200 page; 
full of valuable Insurance Mutinies, and Importan 
information upon this and other subjects. 



INTERNATIONAL. 

San Francisco, (all (inula. 



Linos Mews. — Isaac Stockton, Esq., raisco 
Pelaluinn, the past year, an AppIe-PIft-lIel 
fifty-eight pounds, anrl a Oohbugfl of fifty- 
pounds, and many other good thins?. These are 
evbli'UL'i-3 ol" llit- [i nid nrl ividi';; ufournlL 



PIANOS, MELODEONS, 

Alexandre Organs, and Music 

Prices Greatly Seduced ] 
HORACE WATERS, 



oiJts 1 ™™ 



BKLE, 




■ ■.<■■■ r.r.. - ,i.i .' . .i i .-,. . ii,:. ".i ■■. . i, 

"of, m! «w 

S i "So;r>nd.] i ai 



L'aljfJ .->M. 



id PIANOS, al ereat birnlm, contlutlT ii 

rm (-J..!,.*HU. 



'■ ii ■■ '.I. 'i M. I, I ., . ':>, ,.: I |..., ■ |.,., _|\v, I 1 

I-i.t'-.-. hi.- !!,r [-...>. j- pi..(, ] I. ..v.- I .;., .1 ii „ ii-ri n^.'.-.rn.i 

U:-!f -. ■■;■ -'.Vvr V. E ,,- ::; :l | ■. ■ , .■.„ |||- ;,■ -, ,.,.,,., ry 

i.iJvv-'"- ' . ; f- \v,["','-}!'^'^s\'] ti^S™| I ito S(cifc 

MM. .n'l v-.;ii |.i..n,i..- . V- ;■ „■.;-. -. I -, I lv. It , J. I. ?i:,i:3 

.■.'! t ' : 'i!""hV'" : '" 1 "" v '- ::i ''"". ;""'- ,: '--'' '".-■:■■-'!-■'•'; 

'")"!■ ''■■:.■■■■ '■ !■■■■ ;!;!j nrriv. I I ■,.| . ■ - ■ , _ . h ; . . - . : , !,., 
! ::■--. J :i ,1ci.'..!iB!r;, !■:-';: ■■"■::!. .'-' V""''' ' '"'"'' ' 

Wjm=Sni!ffi<l"uru'c™ n K, F K! DPU1 ™*' _ ' 0h ** C ™F* 7 ' 

lr. — (.Ti:. !•:':■ A. I.< [:,,„,. p. , m, ■., !•.,.,, (Jcji-gia. 

1 I lura -niaiinJ 



.!■!■ '■■ .,'. I i. ■ - IN V I ... ,'ll.T 

(rem ij-Tynnni 11 r . . . ].,. ' 

I'.i .!■:! ::, liii-IUjcocer. . 



n a eatl wttaevcr II17 50 lu New Vurk-"— fGnsim'a M«"' 

Wareroomj, 333 Broadway, H.Y, [2 






3 MC *■! mil 10 51,000,1 




e Smrit or iue Timbb.— It is to be regretted 
that a journal devoted to Hie turf and olhcr spot 

hiu been merged in the Fireman's Journal, but 1 
hope correct records of tho turf moy appear. V 

fiirnMied us, for public good. 



8FSOIAL NOTICES. 



Id Photograph* ; we 
■lag of an uapriacipled cnmmllte' 



.ill-, r,..v.vlll>itr.< 
iy My Aiahrol 



that my aclrbtijr ornfi ti math ibiniT, and it 

i, .. n I ■.!■ r .- !' . '•■ ! I'l it:l! ll:i l. to IhO [:■ ■ , r. . I ■-■ 



1. SCURIKBMt. 



WbU hwn doaa noi ijotv bc/a^ ih^ d»r of"B»arr, ai 

I.", ir..l ;■..■.![.!,■ Ih- if] ^kli L!.-l.. I.lil Uiulai I] reqalrtd 



« Ihcy ipai— ipall all : 



While hoe and lliere, 

Here, too, Tho ajed, tl 
Tbey, bandlahaKl,U 

BJ03I0 or (lUgtlUd, Hill 



aopl Ibcj itand, 



1-1 i.it liif.i'.ll'jl..- rtmalT 1 tor rha fun 0/ Ccufi\r, 

Brutt, Cravjj, JI'.M^I.i- Ca W *, .nd o.erj to 
wm Cojirntsr, iIih U were a » DI k of >upar 






CONeUUPTtON CAN BE CUIIEDI 
Tlw abeln btaoij ot Hilt Holklsorully e.iafirau Ihe oplaltn 

i«i, llul wbca all ulwr rnnsllet™a<l fiilkj!'"llil.,''ii'i'. o,'i!!" 






n:;in:i!fn;SED ikvites 

oatlou of the Travolim Pnbllei 
.n ; -,. t . i:, particular, to the merit* 



in erory particular. The praleit 

A. S. HALEY. 
JKO. J. HALEY, and E. K. ROBINSON, 
nllh a dalicaey not Biiolnc ta encroach upon the iaer 
of other hour 

v: Nidi :n..ir« 



!..^cl fa.'. 



iiilljln. 



;o ot Ihe 



e cancliulvolj tba 8LTEHIOH S10DE In nbleb 
teltscaadiicted. 

It Is cobtlguooi (0 all of the inert 



DESIRABLE STOPPING-PLACE 

For Familiei or Single Getfllerricn, 
daring tbeir(DJDBrnlntbIieIt]i. 

TI1E " IKTERNATIOSAL-IIOTEL 

■COACH," nador Ihe superintendence of 

HIT II, lato SUga Arfont at Sacramento City, liin 



E, P. KO BIN a ON, fujin'.-iiy . 
Some or Ilia Putroiu or the II 



FARM STOCK. &o. 



TltorougH-tored 



HAvrKll Jl.r^T ffUII'LETED AN Alt- 







FroncU Merino Sheep 

DUEHAM CATTIE . 

JOHN D. PATTERSON", 



French Merino Sheep and j£3; 

Thncongb-bred Durham CntUe, 



live red la New 


ba aAltB 
Ifork Frco 


Am 


Ifernla Pa 
l for the 


rraer, Bus 


«D. 


PATTRRAON, 



l.-i li.,.. ; iA,..i t F ; ^.U, S. Am 



HotboT. ^Family" 



■iM.nlili aad Pazully, U. 3, Army O 






LWaSKS* ?*:-- 






BANKERS, ETC. 



MARK BRTJMAGIM & GO. 



SIGHT AND TIME BIL 

American Exchange Bank, New York, 

'■■■-'■ prioclpal Cities or th* Union and 
the Canau-aa. 

T CKIITIPICATES. 






MANSFIELD & WOOD, 



CIolU and Clothing TVarcliouac, 

WYalAS 4 CO.'S SUPERFINE CLOIHTSa. 
lolhi, Csnlmorci, Vcitlnji and Tallor'i Trlmmingi, 

Gunllcmm's Finu FurnihUiDg Gcods, 

lw.Bi " " 
W*b 



Umbrellai, 

N. B.-TarUotiUr Mlcntion paid to orJan Ihr OBicer. 
Its ArniT and N'a^r, and all *h; ni-li |U.> Hi-I 
CLOnilMl, mado In ilia ra.„t appiarcdrtyln. 

169 and 101 Montgomery Street, 
Zltjra Oppmlta Wcnl 



■y lltwk, San Frai 



l.siiliivi' Dress Tvliunilngri, 

KtosiEifsr, "crM-DBR-Lrig-Eisr, 

HOOP SKI UTS, 
. And every article for Ladles' and Chlldrgn'i ais. 
JIBS. D. NORCROoS, 

FaclDc Frlngo fllanufnctorr 1 1 1 

littLiS TRIUMIKaS CORDS, 

OIRDLES, TASSELS, &e. 

lUinily on hand and mada to order, 

D. NOBOR0S3, - 
114 Saeraoioato "real, abort aknt(omery 



Kith Ccooi T/i., Ilono and Si., i; JUmll^., ic , suiuLlo 
pjr tba muniiyini,, I ■ ■ . ■ - i -j i . r !■:, ■ r,.-. ,,. 

UolJlac.aa.lil,.,!,,,^ ];,.i,-.-. ; ,|.,j (l.^io K,.L,. f ., do.: 
,..,,..iv l :[l.y.^ry E | l a r , r, I1 [W,.,l J „l„.!m.i. ,-.n-, AI...I- 

""■ li -- ! 1 . u " 1 '■' 1 Hit,,.:., •:,,.. .-J.ciBclJ. ^ 

BUT For iilc, iiholeialo. 23-3m 



Soathdows Sheep. 

B^^ShceB.ofil.o todtt ( I I ^ 



Domeutlc I'on li, 



MCGLAUFLIN & DAKIN, 
Pure basing and Forwarding 

COMMISSION AGENTS, 







|"|-i';; ■■'■'■!■ /"< 

Haywood ii liarmDB, 






PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, 

.Sc., Ac., At. 

OLIVER & BUCKLEY, 

TTAVt: NOW LABDIMO AKD IN STORE, AND FOR 

J-,000 krgi'lVhsIJ'l.l-ad, 

;-V;';^. :;...„, iv *tia.:Zluc 

v'%i.i ':,tu'!„ ! tl c >" I :'. i (.l'.^] ■ « t t'-'i ; i • 1 1> ii.:-, 

U:<VO pll,„„ V,.rnl-ll (Kli ,IMi i.i.l Am- rirnu), 
:.,!M I,..-,, WlnJiiM (ilnr'M til , ■!;«), 

WB ALSO HAVE ON QASD, 

Iii lots to Stilt, 
Al m; and SS Washington street, 

And 67 and 8B Oregon etreot, |l-3m 



SAMUEL PILLS TJRY, 

DBALEK I!) 

BUTTER, CHEESE, ECCS, 

Ha my, Bacon, Lard, 

APPLES, CRANBEBBIES, 

No, 48 Washington Market, 



>, Fllal, !■■ ..i ■• I , Ic Co., I Mr. II. O. (' '■ ■ ■ ■■'-■ ', 

Senelilay ft do., I Ur.T.O«aharr. 

inaTErtTai™. Atii.-!- .l.-N.-n-""- ■" ':li-if|jB. 1 



TYPE FOR SALE. 

A FONT OF tit:"' HOUIlGKijIa TVl'K ■oiiik 

„i,' i.n'-, ,v),L.-ii ,lnc-' 11 .: it.i.oi tji™ Uko a erlloil 
Wly .t faimcr unite, 1M VVuhlngton drc 1 ,iip-iloln) 



THE O 




T£^^UJABMEB. 



eel Spring, u 
lb, buTbul-. "«™ lle ' ta ' on s* ot ] * r 



a fond hope b> aching youl 



That long bnvcwom "»'»F~5 t d ^ r 

Or uaeraJiI dyw. j fnm 

Thy nireon. throae, "'«™> d ' " d ^f^/^^, 
1 J blushing ,-« -* -"T 1 ^» '"""" 
And bit ih« "«■» ""J ** hc3ri ' " a ' 
KocirMW or*»-l-i'-6». lu *»' o°" hMn Mm l eonom 

[ForlheCdlfojaUr'-r'n"- 
UnWornl Lorn » CM" ( " Homln &riJl1 



Earth's children are a. Oemie, toe, 
Lito unto ns "roe i" 1 " tnunpl™; "" 



,, the limb., or he; 
Are bore their portion. Trao, some pi 
Uufrthwl, l*xaoso Ihoy bide, nlas. 
Tbtir fad«l »b.™I.™ ob lie cjrtb, 
ITnlll lire MaJicr c»Uf, M>t forth! 
Yolirfhg flower! eT™U™ .Mil, 
Did jo m earth jo" blE=« ■>■"■" "" ' 
Or did ye hide in ttom the fB* 
H lb. oppo«r. of oil good "t" 1 K>°S° 



Then 






j Hbo can loll? 
in ihoit genen 



ufoodi 



In frsgrenw *0 I-MBr "> plumage » W 
Tocy ebceeearlh'. m-relnr. oo tbo »I 
iii life', rug^-l j-^ra.v. thou G h only a dny ; 
And leach OS » lewon, if heeded by nil, 
Will lead u> lo J„y. ununugled with gad. 
Fill roll jo your million; tube lime; 
Do good on your Journey ; tat nercr -li-°° 
To Heaven by ladder., Tot uvil i> blind, 
And, if jm could got there, this know, 
Impulsion would meet nod (Ink yon below, 
StaMM joo fjf S l«tcJ jonr tobiiioii to do. 
As flowin in earth In bendy I" grow. 
mortal*, nod How 



Of Ugbl and trail 



re below. 



[ngood, 



That Goose. 

Biuutn Sot, Pot 1. 16* 
Emion Piitutn: That the pen of your fnir cot- 
respondent to plucked, from n n-ni-uie yoore— nnd 
(bit none would bo able to nuccessfully to o-ield 
Bath o pen as one of the some species, Bt nro not 
•koptlcsl enough to question ; Bad tb.Bt none other 
tbnn no able tipusitor of Gooieology, would ro- 
eeirc, or be obk to ni.rji--.cLiU-, jucb no jirticlu, is 
provi'd, beyond n doubt, by iu a|ipcnmnco in tbo 
colomna of Ibt Finnan. Bnt, nolnitbslonding the 
old aiige, "Birdj or o feothct," tin., wc ore not 
]m.[.:Lri.il tu i.l.Li.i.- Ilii- |_"joi| ir ■ i i r or in ili'j ^^[]U:i 
Blinded to, but ratber ncetiunt tot tbo oppcarancr, 
in hxs fcietjiific folomrif, oi ^mrli -jojitnint nrl 
by (opposing bim too obfigfnr; Co wiiJingly 



ever to bnmelj-— Iborofore, 1 need ofter 

line subject. It strikes uj tlioi iluil fo 
Thidi yielded ap ill life lo produce 
nuvrknble pen, must, like one of old, have 
Its mantle opon the one who ffloldl said p- 



KrorfutLVo bos nlrendy goi 

D f "Duchois" Gooao 

,fcBraiieedbBe" ler " ,inrtllorll " ! * u 

ork In ftet, she ia n Ttry rcmnrk. 

.„, nnB occullnr chnmclcrlsllo la h 

uic nwH , » hioliis, nnd tbi 

flih-nback .iBiiiu io lb''- ruli.-iil'Hi--. ultlilrnn 

!Ii | 063 well balBnced tbnn th.1 of b B oo,o. 
V i ■ : E.l.-wn br=r C ^^« 

hi4.pv(^,iiiy^ c h ai or.:"-kin. t -iH'^ i " | ^ l _- iii ; 

Xot tbnl Sim Is no tpitii-iL.-.il ^ , "" 1 ■ ' ^ ^ ^' ^ ^ 






lllmi 



.nro oppea 



prior wandering go si 


■;"■ ,'!!"' "-. 


ira 






chsldlng bi 


an 


olio 


ngaged in inch beav 


nlj ocoupntt 


u. 






no longer slay 






Wbcro olbor gMJO 


,.li ? bl f. >tra 






Tbourjh "tedge-gr 


■ 5 nnd pood-1 


lJ 


dial 
















Or "TYMnellenr, do 








Lest thou, for aye, 


elortloHoif 














Irm rt?i'lvt, 






Sinn duties high « 


















"old malil," 




jald. 


For nn opword fllgbl non ploui 














Then if pereban 


P , sbenlil met 


thy 






umntrjl wishr 






In cSo.ibI prou 


T h,flt rem 






Her mUoriu to I 








Twdl ad j «k/.» 


*„ ,o thy cm 


u. 





irlhym 



■orld-w. 



And five Ihy dime a Irainpct-blalt, 
■Wbow eehocs lhion E h all llmt abnll lost. 
Giro one pand niuawk, all loud and (brill, 
Through thy m.gie, mattblosr, wbile, goose-qnTlL 
Oors is B stiff, hnrd, steel pen, nnii if fo do nol 
rite with bo much grace and elegance M yonr 
onj fnvored corrc;pon dents, it musl be ascribed 
the fault of onr shorp-poinlcd pen. Hou-ever, 
has done us the good service of an eictpc-vnlvo 
our risiblc-s— nnd for tbii it slinll still bo cher- 
ished, till some "errant leplivr" brings tia » verita- 
ble "goose-quill." A Jluustll.1 BlBD. 

[ForlhoC»llloraU.Farmer.J 

■Woman Mentally ana PhyalcDDj'. 
Fbieso FiniiKn: Afler n few hours respite, I 
sumo the subject of tor prcvinns communication, 
take a further Tierr of what [hose learned Doc- 
a hare Mid of tho .vomiin of California, relative 
the condition of her " emancipation from frlrl- 

Icmcd from the thraldom of girlhood, Ibe woman 
with htr p:ldiiou?, Biiki: lu llie slnuthtri'il uml.LT, 

flnme,"ctc. Tlii- i= mllii ivnl fur my [.r.jiunt |.nr|i.ifC. 
Sow then, friend Former, nllow me, nlthouEh 
I om no tntmbcr of ill.- mc.li.-nl f.iLiilty, t.i e.vpnif 
lo my sol what I understand lbe?e men to mean, 
when lli i > li'.r.- fpi-ul: of tin' puiions or womnn, 
nil of them predisposing causes of disease, if indul- 
ciceas — fear, hope, joy, nngcr, jealousy, 
, religion. And there is none of lliese, 



h power. This ig all supp 
sure; but ono thlog vre ore eeruiii 

beauty and comellnesi her predece 



Eu way straight to "Judge 

(ben, io Ibe bloom of early youth, 

EojliQC.bulf-KODre, she yields herself lo bb 



in fovf woras. [un .... I- . |||t . n ,,. . UIII 

ronncciii'ii with Hi.- I" 1 ,:l ' |,ii- 1" rL-renity or 
,l,o nuimal | !";;l'; , ^;; i 7; ili , r ; i | ^.nibiirtiU, leading 
1^0,^ making #7^™ f 

-vUh tho V'-r<;:T ',.!.", r".l,iiun. Make this 



ty, by or 

,, L „M. K ,sH,^oair, 9) lo r;( n,,^-- 
tor of tbo New Orleans Advocate I, us thi 

,1,...! .Llt.i.^l-jl.1- lh.: yi.dlL.vvlL.v.nntliaLci., 
I | i ,,", l,in, by ono uf Ihe Methodist nwWrS. 
" n "' 1,ri '" cllW *"f™ 1 J0 ling b mnn. ll TL-r'. I re hi. 

-ii-l.LH"' .'"' "''," " s ' '.■ liii'in,., nnii hud t'i'oii 
"" "," TX.r.iini.- ir,.Mi. !i >M..L!;.di.yvvH..«- 



walcii by his b 

■v.-inpnlliv whki 



bnt tho; 

kindred 'blood' can feel or 
irinu' .;tr.iupers, and was bun 
. funeral service was over 

friends who had miuLJlen 






jittnifcst. U° j!"" 1 
idbrtliem. When 
; nrtd the ctrango 
ililmwercobL-Lil io 

n - n „T,y- dose .he ^v"!"'!';:^;"".'^ t.',"-''" 

.n..lberl' W.. ■.. jrA l^fiml "■,.',';„. 

woman CB whoso eye Ibis simple recital una not 
brought ieori." ^^^_^_^^ 



10 THE POBLIO I 
MBS. A.~ir IRWIN, 



HAVDSO greatly enlarged her Ei- 
iblifbntait, and stocked It with a varied 
ndologontosionmoBtoflbo 
RICHEST AND MOST DESIRA- 
BLE GOODS, 
Bupoclfully Invites Ibo publlo to call andoinmtno Iho 
lame. Ifer ituck comprisei, in part — 

KOBES, 

DRESSES. 

OAPS, 
RIBBONS, VAILS, 

DNDER LINEN, 

UATS, 
AND EMBROIDERIES. 



INFANTS' AND BOYS' WARDROBES, 
And evorj article required to complolo a Lady's outfil. 

M» I. particularly deairea to inform pononj from Iho 

int -.-I ■; iL ii -be i.i prepared to elcculo .■r.P.-!: l-i Ibv 
"- ■lo'aodChildren'sQarmenlsioaprompl, 

dc-irablc manner, and al tho lewost casb 

priL-o' AioridoBMof tho apprcelalion .if iU,- mtrii ■■[" 
tii- 1 i-.^rs, i! ni-jj ho ftaloj, lilil n[ Iho lalo Stato Fair 
Ih.-.o ■.TLT^:.«..rl..l !■■ l.-r lb..- l-ir::-,'lii ■ i'f. i.iium ■ f-r 
Ijinl.r. -i Ji:v. i.rt.'maiiin.;, Ladles' and LufnnLj' Caps, 
ond Boyi' i ■I..ilii ! ..: 

Mn.l.iruaraoieej lhal all work e.iocated or eoods cold 
■■-' ihall K lvo porfc- -- 



refunJcJ. A CfalirifJaOci. ■..( tho | 



ipoetfully solid led. 



BtaieofperfcctbnpptncssT All 
no donbl, be discussed In "M 
dies," which ure.iteprcBumi 




A. L.. EDWAEDS & CO., 

GEOCEKIES, 

At 81 Clay street, above Front, 

AL. EDWARDS 4 CO. HAVE JUST OPENED 
• Buoeuaortmoutof 

Choice I'timlly Grocer 1c it, 

nbichthoyouerattbe loneit rates: 
FLOUIt— Superior brands of domeitle. 
COBX-MEAL-Frcili. in 10, ^ and OJ-lb sicks. 
BUCK WHEAT- MEAL— Hominy, coano and fioo, 

COFFEE-Old Qorornment nnd Groen Java, and 
TEAS-Suporlor fresh Green and Block, in G, II, 
CAKDLES-Cbemleai, Sperm, Wax, nnrl best qunl- 



SCG AK-Cmibod, Pandered and Bro 
ClllJL-K-i.alifomiaand Durham Fi 
Picklio— Enjllsh Bud C.lifurnla Pi 



In pint* 
Pla-Fruiu, in 



PiE-Fnmi£-Eo B li,b nnd , 
OiL-CnSa Kul^ofr, In tin. and jar 
".SSSiT^ & Merrill's, Hopa UU, 



Cre™Tar n | l a7Lnd U ^dn 1 '' 1(lh ' llr " S,ll0nJ[ ' t, ' 
Pt ™"Si7idU a ' i * 3tmB ' JoUit, • Sauces, io., In 
Our eojlomor. axf „|, aptn ctBrJ ,„,,,,,,,! hj ^ 

Hood, delivered free of charge to n'u, ,i rt of Tho city. 
A. L, EDWARDS & CO., 
W ' 3m Ko.Bl01ay.t„ cl , nbo „F ron | 



COAL YARD. 

C. H. EASTMAN, 

holenaie and B«tali Coai Dealer, 

Comur of Battery nnd Orogon SlreclB, 
Oppoilio ibe Caitom-houio, 



»- CONSTANTLY ON U AK D ^a, 

r AUo^ n ., t y 0- x SC0TCII m ^^ ^^ 



NURSERY BUSINESS. &c. 



i'ruli and Ornamental 

TREES AND SHRUBS, 

Roses, Vines, nnd Exolic Planls. 

PARSONS & CO., 

riuahiiig, n ear Ha W York, 

ASESrn, INVITE nltcation lo Lhcir fine tS'fl 

JHS^® rl.itll ■!. IIAUUV niui EXUTIL' T " V F ■= ■ajjjg 

Their EXOTIC DEPARTMENT, occupying n 

l,„i'-i ■ .no.: nn". "' '' h ' ; l' IwoboniianredEvowd. 
Their ROSE deportnienl contnina n largo flfEort- 

"n"Jo°ii™i^i" , |n lOrTlarcoiiuanltllraaiiJ .■■■!■! ■■: :■■!.. "I 
.:.:.-■ l.ir .ii-"liin -in 1 ("i .Ink-rt. Thcydn not bud Ibolr 
It h-.'li "■"' .'.l'!p!«i 'ill.:" m- r i.l!- '■.! ..■■,i!!v.,ii.'r"" l t(o .li^Xopon 
which tu bud bm yd two loonJ Iliat will nol locker np ond 

InTfe^EN^ROUNlTDEPAKTilENT thev 

" nlircu.loct. .!■■.■!! .:..... I. n.,.]lj,r,l.j Fit If IT T |ft \LtJ, 
■ kinVi of STAKPAKD u.-i fHVAItK IT'..!!!.-', riifjfl- 
i. PLUMB, PEACfJES. APPLES, ic Tunto oro now 

In " C tho °HARDy' "ORNAMENTAL DEPART- 

UOIJ9 and EVlii'..-; j'lif I ■ ■ i .-ililtW for tbo 

cnTlivDled lu roy large e;niiulle» and (old nt 6 re«t redoc- 

Amonir them oio 

Spiraai, Lilacs, Fariytitiai. Wdgclcae, 

Ulunrtiiii. AmlroiHiiliu, Pi/TUsJaponica, 

Honcay Spruce. Deciduous Cypress, 

Larch Ash, Maplts, Bach, Linden, 

nnd olbers. 

They iiavo mndc tho RHODODENDRON a 



Ti..y t.iti uiu.i uir.-r ni ui'.<Icniu roia the Onosorti, u 
Podocarpus, Ilelhospcrinuni, CephataiaTjis, 

Thvjiopsis. Taxuscrecta. 
For Hedges, they woutii call attention to the 



I ■;■■■■ M-ill-i 
Vl/.E, »t.lch 



.uanl'i.'o.'.IV 



Nurserj'meii's Circular and Price List 

For 185S-1659. 



I ,". rt ; _ r , , .: .> I v" I .. --...wliic Kru'llTne. fP& 

[-tcnrliig VISES, i.nnc.inc il,-— t— 

[.lilil!.-. vi.'J In lif.w .■!' Ill-: ^lo.- fr.Li.l. i.i.il lnipi.lll..ii* bcr.." 
i..r-.n: i,t.icI!c"1 up .n t > ■ - ■ i .-"i k- l.y [jio ,slo of apurioiu 

illl-.i:.- .,,1,1 \ L j;il.'.r. l.l.iL'J. bar*, lu— n hmrknl iiKn.ll !>.,■ 
!■.' I.j [..-ljli'l, ni,.l Irr, - j - - ■ n ■ -SI 

' owl of tho PuuiU, ho 

iplod 



io orlilnil coit o'f Iho PlMU, 
, nnd have found nil Un-tr pnllclpollona ol chc 

-i ii. :lv ..T -o .-r.-.i i.n i:, il, '.i;-.[ L'.v.. i.....lv. .1 i.) ■ . - i ■ -jj- 



\il.u,i!c frni-n or clHH-bore. It 

.. ,...r lr,i:r'-.L"nl 1:.,-Ilill- . Ii-r pr.- 



:ed to pay Tor ihojc 



as 



rl.-L-cr cm ^J.'nt [^ Liiy i:l>i.i.-licr^ ibon or Ibe rcgolai 



PcacliTrc -. ■ 
AnrlM^Tfoot, 

KiTlirlin] I . 



I'oraijT.in - - i-.- ■ i i 
EnullinWalaalTrcffl, 



firifidlfV t«™'.'. 



fcVVtic-J Vo,wi«,|v. r ,l,i 

SHALL FRUITS. 
Gram CalUomla, I tar, per 100 

Cwrou.onu v«HeIj™..''.';'.'^.*J.*. 
Gooiciioma, Eo(ii,b 



nb.«;Vitri.jf4So4riio 

WioliplW 

l.Mprrdot. 



:. ]\l'. ",'. 



OALi FOIl]Sri 

GcricTalirftclligcticoaiidEniigraiionODlco, 

^UE«m 19CmuF . lt rf ^ORK 

; ■■.'■■■- ; ; V ■' : ' ; -:V-;:','! : ;. 

soio^^TrS, 1 ^' 

■l>l.-,nc«lo ■-.-. r |-, 1 „ 
■■"^'■"■^■"iri'JllyL.LT,- 
."■■■i'-'iv- : ', 




"■''"'■■■''' ! ' ! :-V-,: : ; ,: il ■;,;;' , '." i,, ''' : ''V-' , i*\t|!™ t JJjV w '- 
Ii' 1 -' . ■!.'..' .." : .'; ;', ' ,;;'';''!;. ■'■'■■i-v:. ii. ii i. rl „.,. "y, u l ''"'' 















"WILLIAM THURNAUEH, 

Importer ot Flench ond Qenoan 

FANCY BASKETS 

^ EngliA and American WWov^ware, 

-nan and Willon- Cbbln, Ladle,' lVork-alandh 

TOYS, BTO. 



I'fi-M.iis abaut rutllnn; Vp Fences 

W^^'^-feJ ">* »av„ala g0 .o «,. . " 
Solf-Adjrurtin(j Post-Drive w. 

1 "1 --lii'.li.Ivunlnies of tbclrfint trial theyliai 

In S? % , h 1 » ,! i """". "/"" M lEO " nul0 '•"" could"do 11 

,£ ?J ,i r An '' "v™ ""'' ■"■ 'old hoi, superb- 

atlrivenpojlbloBsotooo. l'.iamll ; 

j, HYDE 4 HOUUUTOS 

Vallijo, (Bolano county. 



NURSERY BUSINESS^ 



1858—1859. 

SAN JOSE NURSERY. 
FUXJIT TREES, 

ORNAMENTAL TREES, 

SHRUBS, PLANTS, ETC. 

18'000 ROSES, 

GREENHOUSE PLANTS, 

Grape-vlneBj Etc. Elc. 

PALM OR DATE TREES 

Perfectly hnnly In Califtroij 

FOR SALE IK L0I3 TO SUIT PURCHASERS, 
T.n.i,- mpplled bi n Liberal IllKabnl. 

Bi 1 ui-FEii THE I.AIHiCiT VARIETY OP «■•> 

Tj^ Fniit and Ornruiiental Trees, SS 

BBBrjBS, ROBEa, ETC , 
That can bn found in any ono Nonary ia California. 

P9-ALL 0BDEB9 -.-ill H promptly oltosdeii to, and 
Ihe TREES carefully parked up in bundle or boxei, 
accGrdiog to Jlia and tho distance they bavo to go, nnd 
dollrered Irco on board tho steamer al AIlUo. 

j^HU NY COLLECTION OF 5» 

* R O S E 9 » 

JS THE LARGEST IN THE STATE; 
HAS RECEIVED THE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

At the STATE fA.Ul. held at Ban Jou. 

IW MY CATALOGUE, gitlnu Iho different nrietiu, 
I hnyo forthb soimq, and other bfonnBtion, rrlll bo 
ual to oTory applicant. It nil] al» be foiled with my 
AGENTS, ai follows: 

MONS'R DELABIGNE, 

to Clay «rwt BAN FHAtlCKCO 



MESSRS. STOUT 4 SARGENT,- Stockton. 

MONS'R JAOQULER, Sonona. 

"L. PEEVOST. 

8AtJ JO?!:, Hot. 15, 1BS8. 



SHELL-MOUND 

NUKSERY AMD FRUIT GARDENS, 

Hear Brooklyn, Alameda county, California 

•Vfe J THIS WELL-ESTABLISHED A. 

^f^ NURSERY, is now prepared lo *^ 

*S$--> oHlr to its old Patrons, nod tbo public 

generally, 

li,OOII FRUIT TREES, 

3,000 SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL 
TREES' AND SHRUBS. 



THE AB30IrTl!E!rT C 

APPLE, PEAR, CHEERY, AND PLUM 
TREES, 

From one to three years old, ia great variety. 

TEACH, APRICOT, HECTABIEE, AND ALH0HD 

TREBS j 
CALIFORNIA and FOREIGN GRAPES; 

Qeouberriee, Bnipberriei, Bluckboniei, Herborriei, 
Cnrranli, be, 

Mounlaiu Ash, American Elm, Locust, Laburnum, 

Lombardy Poplar, Silser-Lail Poplar, 

Puulimiii, Acacia, end many other 

ORNAMENTAL AND FLOWERING 

TREES AND SHRUBS, 

CLUIBKIIS, III" LOS. «!., Ac. 

r.^" For Pnnltnlnt., ace Catalogue!, v.lJ:L. n-ii. 

BEARING PEAR AND CHERRY TREES 

IS BOTH EXTENSIVE AMD SELECT. 
The Calalognet far tho present »a»n contain facts going 
to show thnt tbo oultlrntlon of thoso two frail! to C»ll- 
fomlaatthopn.ionmiDopromIiie.lolM HIOIILY RE- 
SirSKRATIVE- Thou, trhlch rolato to PEAR onlturo 
are aitraotod principally from Ibe late addreu or the 

IT.w M.ii.'in\LL P. Wn.l.tu l.^n.ri. I I.n. l^^lu- n . 



i:voi.-j luiuKjj.ii.ij inim ino ioio Buareat of mo 

.AnaruiA P-WiLMn, before tho American Po- 

moloeleal Society. 

l-niOE3 REASOBAELB... TBHMS OASB. 
All orden should be addrcued to— 

R. W. WASHBURN, Propriolor, 
Care of Wollj, Fargo A Co., 8*:. Fatfioraco. 
Reraaantc.iena 

N. B.— Pormni calling at the Nursery will have their 
Older, tilled by MR. WM. PATTERSON, tho Qardenor 
In choree Ai thl iNursory ie but 10 m.uului wallr from 
tbo Ferry Laudloset San Antonio, eentlomoo realdloi 
InSnnFniEeiseonlllnnd llyery oonTenloDl toenll nnd 
(oleel Treei for Ihetnselyei. 17 






THE CALIPOENIA FARMER. 



Cialogno on Newspapers. 

"How does it happen, neit-hhor 13., ''j 

children have made so much greater pro 

their learning nnd kuoirlciiife uf 0ll: lr °' 

I jntaoT They all attend the Mine school, 

OUght I know, CI1 j ( .y *]«■>! ndvaol..^" 

"Do von wke I'"- pi-«-!=l':il"?r.-. ihi^Ut 

" So, Sir. ! do Ml «*i lll '-' ln myself; bi 

and then &wro» ont. j«*t to road. Pi 

what (i/iro newspapers 10 Jo with the tiinc 



ehould like lo Like Ibem, but I cannot well afford 
the expense." 

"Can't afford the expense! What, lei on 
U the value of the five or six dollars vc 
comparison will, the pleasure and Ilic odrarj 

As pioru.il hi". I v.-.ulil not for fifty doll 



fobdham, JElsnsrnsrGS & CO., 



4 m t 'll e ^ 



copy |iri>S-.il.iU- tii.il. in this country. It was the 
recently deceased, who hud had for many years nil 



These, added lo 1 
es, made up for as I 






Foorih of Jnli 

beauty. She 

curls and choice calico, at.d"gooa'prin< _ 

tu iii-H'iii[., tr-.nn iiml !!..■„ ' l.mr'i r. II i r irr., 
float around lite enr like inu-i.:, bird. .,]" P.ir.uli 



THE NEW MAGAZINE 
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY 

Dtvoled to Literature, Art, and Politics. 

r y lu ! > '['■' ''J'" "I'ur; li.i'.iijmciL will BE: Frntr 





T.rn,. In 1'. illi-. il,,- tTTjxr.c will bo a,- or -„ D r. n 

'.'"■■. ■■■.■■ •■>;'■■ ■■■■ ■ .! ■ ,.; . ;,;. 

^^J/™""* wta^rraaT'sna' iiih 1 "parU^eSavorln'' 

■^'■V: 1 ';;?'/ '.-V' ; ' ■'"'■- v ; '^ ; j; : -" ■■'■= '--'<T :'! 

i ■'.'■■,■,. ,' ■ ;:■'".■'■■' ■■■•■ i-'i •;■■■;, ^.m, i. ,„ 

tuMk- ■ rpdntt" *™3™. "»> U UD ., r , »hcih« 

., '. r .^ '■! '.'■■ ■.:■■'■■- 1 1 •: ■■> L -- ■„,:,-„.!, il,,.; . ,,.., Iri 

, -i ■' .1 ;■. ., . .;.. 

■■■■;■■■■ I ■ '■ 1 -.,. ::,:!.-, .J..:... 



SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM. 



Washington Btreet,_ San Francisco. 

,. ,!,'",.' i-, ;"''.''' ""■"'■, : "' ['■■■'■I'-r i::.-. ■ 'i-,|.- "];;: 

M, ...i.'./uV;. il 1 ',, 1 "" 'i' "' ''' " :i "" 1 '' , '" i : '' 1 '"' 

c "-'^- 1 'iV;r ,L : '' : '' "'■■'-^:i.^ u t^u.'er n """** 

i:O.I,.!,':,:.':j"V,^ '"',;. ':'-, l: '" '-"!«, '" 'Ot,! M till, 

. J ii,f.Lia. warrant*! w ltta ,i ntU a[ „i ..[„ 




GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE 

DR. F. G. JOHNSON'S 



And Dos-lors In 
FLOTJR, PROVISIONS, FINE WINES, TEAS, 

WOODEN-WABS, &0., 
Families', Hotel, Ship, runners' it ml Ranchers' Stores, 

Put tip to Order, and at Oie Lmccst Rates. 
CT-OoodadBlivoreduufDi). 19-101 F0RD1IAM, JENNINGS & CO. 



HOLCOIBE BBOTHESS, 




3 a 



t- "4 

§ s o 

» i S 

H £ E 

> S H 

tj g CO 
SS9 
rf S C 

S b. « 

S § O 

Is? 



S 5 



BOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS. 

Goodi sold at Ihiu ctabli>hmenl nro (upotlor lo but offorod in this conntrj-, M recants their be an It, eh ape 

=-:-,: , «.mir.-l,L|. iis,:l .lur-il.ini; 'Un! "«': ■;.,:..! ri>..- ■. 'i..:n' ■ . L i lie j'. .Mi, ,::■', V-iurli-', I!-.-.-, 1 . ,111 1 l'!,il,|ren -' ite.n 
11-iKin.- II- '■ Eiicli.-h -:/-^i,.:--l:.-., <'■: l"!'.l.'.N"iNl I"'i'' t.- :■.■-■! ^ II 1 '!".-. U :;, 111-.- m ! li ,,i.- in I> ,:U No, 




15 

L'AWKENCE & HOUSEWORTH, 

^^etOPTICIANS 

177 Clay street, 

Optical, Mathematical, and Philosophical 
INSTRUMENTS, 



PATENT SELF-REGULATING 

W I 3ST T> jVX I L L 



MANUFACTURED BT 
D. VAN PELT. 

TniS MILL IS KOW 1VITHIN THE REACH 01 
ALL! "rill ttin.- ;,:,,IH1..,. L I ,11 ..I" !..[,. L: gl-Ij-u 
,!,,o>.I IL,. q.. T Ml,,; j;,! .iur:il.K.. -,n well oj tlio uiOi 
:,r,i..pii,-- '■' .■ .■..-. . !'.0»l>tlJ. 
Thr up i« -;<.-l t<v...- MPibvel tho Kiclcsit 



delphla, and Boitaa, Coil 



Dado flork, St their 



HOLCOMBE BROTHERS. 



Cnl toon's Seed ling Flc-plant. 

TIUS SPLESTJTD VEOET- 

.now offtricd in In 

) .feeli™t,yll.erj n - 




Tho subscriber 
willufrarihoiirct- 
onlaulumna!lc.L'k 



ji.POLJRj^ 




(eriptlon opon tll« cut iJ lH-iriJl'r 

lr l ,-,l.-iliii 1 ,in>i.i-lwei*Ui. IU 

ehaneter h»B.«a Mir proved, OFFICIAL NOTICE! 

m-rti hr ihe ™d \Safa£ %m ;POLnEMtTS' DRUG STORE, 

II hmre.-oii-edPnmlom.at ov- ' Va ' 10u J " rlct - eonior or Bcvciilli, 

erv Cihieili.ra b-'lb for ltd sax' H.*(Ji[AJIKNTO, Cji. 

bSSeact" lorlusl "|Ti'EI,Lnw fJITIZBSai I i, , li.od «mo 0t tou.lnee 

PLANTS will be on sale at the L ^ ,"" >:l«' i '"" FORTy-NtSB, havo sufforod will, 

harden or the unJorriracd nt J " n '" """ " rc - ,:i ILr " i'" 1-, nod Inteud lo live 
uxroy, and li Col \V, im n, ■?■?"",} r'-'i <v,il, , a j ,„i (I il7 tin,.-- :1„. tumor my ualural 
-lo n^out f..r tbo muio in San '""■ " n,Jt l ™,w.- 1 f«™ J"o "J mojl ilueere thanks 
mn.-'utM, where lll-y ^in be '"rvjor onl,li, .-,-,,; ■ , >■,„,„ .,.,,, „„.[ - U1 ,,,. r[ „(,[,.,, U:|[ 
no. °i Lnt, ' ; h mo ta P Y "'" , Ul,nJlTd Ct"" ua 'ho I'ollni 



W Paiee-Lirce E™u S3 .luel, 

for two; email and cat Planu Sll per doiea, 
JAMES BAILEY & NATHAN COOK, 



JONAS a. OLARK & CO. 

■»-—>. IMPORTER (ZZS 

^ ' '■* MANUFACTURER Bfflft 



FTJR^TITTJRE 

128 "Washing^in itreet, 



SiS FItANCIHCW. 



ay One IloijJred _ 
. idnmfoTioiu). I ™,iul J at--, t !,-(,)-,, 
oarons for jcur continued patrouoja, ana loilaee- 
lonasnalronillkowlH. * 

IJotntm to lio the OlilHt Klinbllneil LeglUmate 
Drngglit In Mil. City. 
Per(OiisIalh[ic.jon«iP,awlll 1 -l^e 1 ,hserTolhallheni 
J?,^""" 11 i,E '""=« h'llween ,1 [jiJCTOR and a UKL"0- 
'*— - Is between a Drngpsl nn d a Dii-clar. 0D d 
!'■:''" i.n 111.,'..- Hi-, I, -.„ |,i.l:,.| ,.,,, t!, 
„, -nd Ihosowlio hi.odaToled their whole 
.■■■!"■ I. ip-T ,■!,■- i ii.,-,,.iUh..norli 
icd my haslneo in the Allanllo Su 
dlnialilbuilnefsPirlho listei£hic< 

Bellovlm that lirol».wectt u al!,and that ths rcoplo 

", i, |. ,--„,,., „!„.,,, I,,- ;,.;„, ..,., .;,,;, ,.,,..;] |l : , . r|| L ,| 
rrllli sarolv. I Bill hortifn-r nil Ihoin f ,, 

Hair tl.c 1'rlcn L.unlly tllaxgeil 



GIST a. ._ 



FINEST FTJRNITTJHE, 

nd weald Invito the attention of th> publto to 

OUR PRESENT STOCK, 

The Largest erer offered on the Pacific Coast. 



FIRST PREMIUM FOUNDER*. 

WM. H.~MOORE, 

San Francisco Brass and Bell Fuundery, 

KO. S3 IIALLECK STREET 
WAS PRAVC1 8*c'o, 




Gange Cooks, Cyii nr i er Cocks, Oil Globes, 
Steam Whittles., Hyflranlio Pipes and Nozzle. 

FOR MININo pdhposes 
" IB JOPITB^ Jjii^.- 



^ F.,r -ak a^tho OfficTTlhe Fain!?,, 1X1 TTuhin,,, 



<e"'^ 



I-;, i !..-.<■ .- ^,l-lr:ii:, 1.. ..l.lalD evPrjlhlo,,-, NEW, 
ODD :,n,l *lilAKiJEintboUn,itlloe,a n .jM|»S:|;,l|jto 
OJjko it thD oi,,'l L-.ii.jn.ivr.. . I, ■!..(. i„r cicri valiiablo 
Patent Medicine, BlM and Cheoileal. f/e "avilo pro- 
|.ri',l,ir.i.,f ;,ilo:,Mcau,l reli.iLIc l'.,ioul Mcli^ioei I „ rend 
thMn ol ;a.r We have .1 lir.re >n..l Il,„ r .,iifhly Ore-|.rM,( 
Via s Warohouso to hilJ ibom, and patruo; w buy tacm 

And chargo no more fur meJirioe! than in the day lime 
Wo will furnish lli, >,. In tn.lii.-ent ciicumitonr.. nllh 

MRi.it:iM-.AT.:o.;T' t [, 1 ,,;,„.V l .i, ..,;;■,;: I \ ]> *', !;.'.' 

or Ihreo good altluias. 



orlha r.-M-i-,-. in,.- 



t'OlltflA nitOWN MUSTAltn. 



We Import noi.il,' «ll ; [„u, r,,,],. We think we know 
■ '■;■■ «i".i.-.il ttiein, ami how lo , || Ibem to tl lL.[ r ,1, 
,ll,lk '■' '" I'!''" ■'•'' 'p. -lily AlallovFiii. i.i™Ti«a 

*" |J. L. P0LT1EMGS. 



DEPOT OP MANUFACTURE, 

\"us. 90 siimI O'i Itii-.h Street, 

SAN PRANCI3C0. 

When any goatee ,-iwor ia iv^uired. thn prices will b. 

j-r-, ...livlii, , .....ri-ii, ,,-.„,,- 1 Tii,, :.r,. :■!-.:.. |,iil,|.,.,i 

I I'uriiovo nh^io .-; ilioinrv \i----cr L- o^.J^.i Liri.l 
aatoiblo as a Jiojio Eo.-ino. with no riskcrei- 

Kn;e. T'.o;e ami -in ■'.,!,.:■ ii-in ■ (lii, ,:be i|, r.:.-.-,i-r (ib.j 
m.ipiill) :■! I i, ■■ t.il |., ,1.,-nim, litis MILL; 

abllilr losertolholr Pui r ^-o effleieclly and fully. n 'lt i; 

unlike other Windmill.' tl,:,l .,r- l-.i'1l'-1 -Jl i..,.iil.,rin... 
Ihey bivo ftntion.irr F.in. sr,-l jpj:,!! roverfini FnQf, 
which aro depondel ■i 1 -n t„ -r.-.-lj:,!,- the fytt.ii,! ib„ 

mill; wli. r f ...., I,v |i> I- ,i .1, ,!,[,. iT. I'. LI. ill ill, r.u... 
'-oupon the .ii-ii... .in I I'irn L li. . i r ..I.-, t.. ll.e win I 



I ■■'>![■ ■:. rl:o -i.,!"r T ,,,■■- Mil: . ..in h,. n:ej for any nui- 
l«so wberc stellonary power is wauled. 

OS- Ploasa cell at the DEPOT, Noe. 90 and 92 BUSH 
STILBET, ;inl'r.ii,.!i..;..i nlioR- Iho M;.niil..-,ir,r will 
takoplouureiOi!, ,r.in.' .i„l ,-i|tiii,ii>j th„ ,„,,Li .i.i.il 
[■riren.lLiii-..nrlii,-h r-h u. .■ : li : I mi Ibeir ;uioriorily 
over all oiher Mill, known, or cfwhich wo h.vo kaorfl- 



C. M'KECHNIE & CO., 

MANUFACTURER 
OF OTtKAIIBSTAL 5TA1SED 

WINDOW AND PLATE 
OAKLAND 011% ALAMEDA COUNTY, 






MAGNIFYING GLASSES for Examining QUARTZ. 

Direct Importer* or Joteiih Il.nt t <.> A: Soiu 

O U TLE RT. 

LAWHENCE It IJOUasWORTH, 



JOSEPH GENELLA! 

Mp PIONEER CROCKERY STORE, 
»T i8o and 182 Montgomery street. 

Near Jackson street. SAN FRANCISCO. 



NEW AND WELL, SELECTED STOCK OP 
GOODS, 

Invitei his Old FilnOils and Ccutomcra (o clll and 

The Goods have been Bought at Low Prices. 



THE OO0D3 ARE OPPEBKD AT LOVVEll PRICES 
Thao ever offered below. 

■LoohJug Glasses ! 

Limli in: Classes I 

A largv lot or Gilded and Ornamental 

Pier, Mantle, and Oval, lo ikiog Glasses, 

St JOSEPH ■.-■SilSLl.-V 



Where the .Manufacturer ig ready to fill nil Orders 

for 
STAINED, 



ENAMF.LED, 



BENT, GROUND, 



CUT &LASS, 

To Order or Design, 



The M.nutacluier warrant, hb work not lo bo 
raaed for Deaaly of Be.lgo or Durability or C 
by an; of the Eulera ManuQelmeni. 

f^" Sample mnt to nay part of ths Stuto. 

STEAMBOAT CABINS 




DsrOtyjifHw* 1 * 



DELABIGNE, 
Commission Merchant, 

So. 80 Cloy atrcct, Sni. Fraixeltco. 

^a.aFn B °a i nd S p f cJnc' D SELLER a! "» klnJs « 



POLAR OIL. 

»0,000 GALLONS 
REPINED POLAR OIL, 

La Barrel, and Coie», 

FOR SALE AT LOWER PRICES 

Than ever before offered in California. 
Purchasers of Oils would do itpII to visit our 
LjV" Wo will guanntcB ta *nlt ALL at to qailltv on J price. 

BlliNACLZ OIL, 



ILCiWfU 






*° STANFORD BROTHERS, 

PACIF10 Oil AND CAMflltSE WORKS; 



FIRST PREMIUM 
ded by the Mechanics' Iustlluto far Iho bast 
rpKlmen or Preferred Binli. 

J F. GRUBER, 

! NATURALIST, 

r NO. 110 CALIFORNIA STREET, J"H 
Room] Not. 19 and 20. Third Floor, 

Sax Fbjkgisco. 

BIRDS, ANIMALS, REPTILES 
AND FISHES, 

STUPPBD TO ORDEIt, 
H. a —California Blrdi' Sklni, and alhar Nalnral 



f 



MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

Harness, Saddles, Bridles, £s 

WHIPS, OOtLABsV 
SADDLE WARE, &C, 



(. II — il,-|. Jrlns !■•-■ nil.lly 'ill, in!,.,) l„_tV,„,,| „ 



L. PIASICELL, 



fniETO ft TERRV.ci 






.J.LoamU, U„ F|m(llM a. M. Hall, | s „ enulttMft 

n loomis, hall & co., 

a. B UMI8BIOH MERCHANTS, 

FRODTjaja. 

. ■■ ■ ■'..':■ ii.,. K.'i ■' ■ i, i.. , ,.'.i ii'.'i 




" fi^ENIA^AEMBB^ 



XncUnjni 

tliu*, Hwj «— -J' _ , i,„ nml i 



nnlernetll" P d11cv of ^f* 8 ' 

' ' , i„ l,i- ble me^ilgi 

" clorift Theater, 

.: ,. pniut, unilng whtcli 

-itnunploUtodentltln the rut li 



e of 



be enabled, in il.iM-y,' «»<-- Th ^„ 

led record by llif .\jiitii'"l-. i _.,,..,,, 

be used. We do not dnro ■ breath ™»j ° ^^ 
imMiiroouorhiid use of it. Time is « • ' 

,.,,-„,.. UH i„ ,,1^.1 liaM «"'■ J-" k I 1 """ '"l"'" "" , 
eumu we pain. #UM "*»* * M U " B ^ 
H-raiiy in oiler contrast. Shall wis haslcti 
("be I-e? Pnioiin" only those light nod joyous 
-L,,^" which .ball ebed a lusler throughout 
[..unit*, "'»' „ 5 i li:ra d. in brieht 

Eternity- The Sw l^r v,,t = o_-li,ri,t - 

audio™.,. F.. r several day* prev.oos, the whole, 
-v, bit In foot the sun to us had boon railed in 
darlHKW and p;lootu, as though Iff 
be In Bloomy medl 



Imya 



the past. Jnnuary 
lic snn rlic in all his splendor. 

II was a. glorious day, well colculntcd 1.. in,pir.- 
Iho body with MB energy and the mind with con- 
fidence and rigor. The wenlbit, since my last, 
has been unusually wild— ooly a few frosty nighis 

mil ill ir iluvi I" drift' back Ihe dirk clouds which 
1, ,.,- -alittoll for d-iy-. andnlniDjl weeks together. 

1 1" J., !",',!",'.''" ll'i?li '■■■.!.'.■, >-I'- : '-t ili-'""i any brother I 

pTwJjeeiofd."'.'.-.'' TJj l .d.JUJ: i ^lliL'r t .i.l.Mllhi = 

lini.. •now fi'II'- l ' 1,1 "i , ™l- J l"av vul Wow il.- u 
1,]., I. which shall close- the mouths of frog, and 




F. EOUNTBEE, 

US CLAT BTREiBT. 

BUTTER I BUTTER!! BUTTER I 

T nAYB IS STORK, AND FOR SALE, AT GBBAT- 
1 ]; reduced [.rices: 



_, i\ li.un.'i; I'riutwd Suo": UfiSSt 

^rt n ' Orlo™»SinMr Cliini Snj^r;** 1 "^* 
r^'r..'[r°< 1 ',TeJ..ci .]l.-:-,i!o J |..l-ri«.IA|Tl«'.'-- | ' ; . 
And alt other Bauds usually found In a Oratory Storo. 

Tho trade or pocor., families, boardimf-bouso keeperJ, 

id [armors, Is roipeetfnllT solicited. 

KT Mysood. are .en.rally boarM ml forced saies: 

lo^eeollyl » enabled to sell at p-l.os tosuiUb. 



NTj BSERY BUSINESS. 

30,00 

FKUIT TREES , 



great skill iu Ihei 

Sew Bi 
nl.ir.l .- 



c Shcr. 



lalkiug. They iruvr . 
li..viiisf Mirecd I" I'"" 
ruck-i. till sucl. tunc 

by - r.-irriW" <i'-> >!■'" 



ir "extra," bin did ioh 
no mnrc lux this time 
r what money would t) 



o doubt that the Plnii 



f ,.,.,,|^,j,. chain.-.-! Tl,i:. may '■■■ u» in,.-, in .■ •r-'O-.l 
ili-grt-c, 10 cirrlimtl.incM. Slill, f om .-uli-lii.-.l. 
lhal no clreumsUinco.s, however peculi.ir, could 
indocc me to po -H-I-, -.,.-. .km e ,i K :ul. My =ensi- 
falliliu nre bUtb » n nobler jentiment. 

The AfTiMlliir.!! ti..rii...n i.= hrii'lLltniiis. V.". 
li.Llv ll'Vi- ['.[<■■ r.lll.li. ili.'ii- ill tll'J SI Jv .|ivr.ti:-l I. 
il-liu.. rl -.=Li' nni. l ,llily 111,; ollitr ivi-Aly; (.nth, 

bun- J; (',,. W. II. 'IitV I- .i -ri,;hl fin.i'ri rhiinrL.- 
of room for [mj.ri.-'.i.ni.t in Hit- .lin-rlion. Tint- 
is Just a ilyll prohiibility that wc shall b 



n the V 



mllun 



point of view. Mr. Hog is no longer to be di 

|H-_n.l....J on, si- Il,i,t In.l'j j!intltm.m-rcaVt[ii;iT 1 
One* was; bill rliiisn .-i|ui,l privilcBcs will! h 
mtuler to "tnjny" Iml licishli Itli,: ci„,l..r.>j, uii.l 
will dio to on ubtrmlng client, especially "'- 
brought in coo tact with still -si ops. 

In ray ucil, I conicmplale saying sffroi 



to, liac 



l=h..:lu»-lli. |>K-r.i[,u-Hnl,«!ncbBb<rw«o'« 
I alitcriiv in finkinir'on ihcpnrlnf eol 
ibg as mercury. When tV.: mclfrv wro 

iMlleir fires." Ths Hudson riTer also fr, 
eking many vessels in Ihe ice. 
No hs-ole women are allowed in Japan, 
an is allowed one legal H'ife, ar. 



i wth'.T, l.uudreds do not know Ibcii 

it of cool from the Pittsburg (Fa.) 

thi! reccnl line iu thorivers.i ' 

,000 bii.-heli— the largest ibi 



ABBTVAL AHD DEPARTUBE OF MAILS, 



..,!"- 'I il'v i,".j:! '■!■;.■ !■■:.■■', 






Wholoaalo ProducQ Report 

: ' foofof IV^i^lo "t.'-i^tn Prl'.^-l'.-..' 



jllhOE 



ts of St 






:bed 



Anivol of tho Overland MalL 
By Ihe tirtrl.nul yLiil, un-ivnl thii inorning, wo 
bavc dales from St. Louis to January' IB'b- 

Picirie RaiLnoAD.— Wmkinpton, Jan 14— The 
Pncifir Ituilroao Bill coming ufi a:-, a Special i.T.l.r, 
ayes on d noes were demanded wlielbcr il should 

...ii-i.)itai.iuii— v,.,-. :■!, ii.iv, l'J. Tin, v,.r,. ,viu 
lb en taken on ili-1. < ■.. ,«. ii.|n,..nl lu limil tin; 
roale uf tho rou.l li.-lwttli lli'i 3>.Hli and IO-1 |iaral- 
I.L-, wbich was lo-l lit— yeas, 13 ; nays, ■!&. Mr. 
Wilson's siili-tilai... ivlii.-l, In.- i,tl'i n.i on lbo 2tJlh 
ult., uillhnri-ini,. tL t - I'n-t.ltnt mid Senate to ap- 
point live engii 
locale the roul 
River to San 



, 31. 









,1-i.f.. 

I'-.r r:.,:-.;-!- 
1.-.,., 



Pianofortes, Melodions, 

MESSBn. MILLAR 4 COtTftTAZ, 
i^raclnieri of PIANOFOHTES r.r.1 ME- 
LODIOUS, Boiiod, hnto crnli lifted do 

Aeenoy for the Sale of their Instruments, 

MOOBE'S PACIFIC FCRNlTirilE WAREHOUSE, 
SrSSS"^ S.0 ^r^o^oK'ie^'e 

, .', '- ;ul"rlv li.TU---! [„.-...ni!ii.t!.-: " ■■] .'■■■-If-. ■" tC 

-,.»ln+.,ll-in -I- ■ "'■ =' -flrtr-L.i.r.-l^r.-i.-in- 

, l.y orti-ly every tlilp trom n-Bti'a, durf»E IhotomlDg 

r^* Nu uao will go away illuitiUlcu wltb tho laf In 
or price. cALL A[ _ D SEB THEjl. 



SEWING MACHINES! 
First Fremium, I65B. 

WHAT UACIIIKB TDDK Tile: FIRST AST ONLY 
rraiolooi Ir.r WORK, al lbo Slato Pair, m 















































■-I. 


-.1- [■-.r.-.-r 


i DAKEB'S. 






all'." 


llfira,.ly 


S. O', BRIOHAM, Sol 


Alt' 




IJ 






'"" 


1 ,,.-. 



Tlio Oonulno Dry PHtlJ 

SANDWICH ISLANDS, 
JACOB SCHRIEEER 

S«X( door la Ialeraatlonal nolo). 
K7-DBY PULU Is the Iloallhloit, Sofloit, Choapssl 




HOPE NUKSERY, 



CITY OF SAN JOSE, 
r> . T . ADAMS, 

£ RESPECTFULLY INFORMS UIS FRIENDS A! 
2 Iho public that ho has for latononolce Hook o 

APFLE AHD FEAH TBEES, 

it am hardy, oud havo boon arown with mocb or 
to eeloolnoss of sorls, client of variety, site and V 



FalrT 

lO.OOU Apple Tnca, 2 j-ean i 






Icaicil Anret* Quince; 100 tarierlej. 
-.:;.=,. -,,t ,,l i .TKllASTa sad GO03E- 



,- ::, ! . ...Lr.-lin-.-.l i.l .:.--■ n -f -.:,- .M-- tl.ir ■ rj- In li;, H„r... 
)■■ l.-.V" I "•■■> ■■' '''■-■ "--- '■■<■'■'■ ■ / , '.-;-i > -,i!.J .!• 

''■■" , '"- , - ,r - ' /.''■ ■'"■'■' ■:■ '-""" . Cu 

.,i,'.l'|- .'. ,r. 1- r.t.r Tic: iiSl! j.l ,!.,[.- i--.i.li!ill} !■; v.-|i 

Ti,--. [.-,-■ :.-■.!' In Mi-- ii, i.l It:, l-.i-ii iii> li n -r. i m ' lin. t!.- 



pacific Mall Steamship Company's Line 
TO PANAMA, 

VIA- PABrAMABAliROAI) 

United States 'Mail Steamship Company 

AT AaFlNWAIiT-, 

For New York and New Orleans. 

OHt-Y SAFE AND_ RELIABLE ROriE, 
, ( m.inre trom FoUoai alreet Wiinrr. 

IK HAQNIFICEKT 8TEAM3HIP 

GOLDEN AGE, 



By tho Panama Batlroad Company, 



phin'ct.rnwni, liivj Diiihoriu'd -Vfiif I" «B 't 

„,l'.-l,- l |-,t,.l-l^..-iiv.cl^ Tickets. 

|^^ Tim^ara fiir slitnnn.-nr nlTI l-- h r'-:'-iv.?.l ...u 1. :.n 1 il.-j 
., -.;. ....| i-.u-.-l.ifh nit.liii^l,!, Tri.l.iv, K.^irunry 'eth. 

li., in.-n-tiit.-li- ■ 1 r . . .L.i ;---L!l 1.- :--■• .-..-! .1. tuivd ollor3p.il., 
FJvneiry 1"Uih and n wrltlen order mujt ho proeurod tl llic 
r.n,i. r.V. uiricc for lu ihlpmeni 



California Steam Navigation Company. 

CARRYING UNITED STATES MAIL. 



MOUNTAIN VIEW 
P HE AHUM 

ORNAMENTAL GARDEN anil NURSERY 



G(U II vim ts. 

THOMAS I>AV. Iiu[.ortur, i- ■: -ii.'i.nilr reeelTinsaAS 
I'll .\:-HI.-;l,l KIS, PES HANTS, UltACKLTa, Etc. 

on-JuvcrylLini; enonp-led wilh lilt Gaj li,i-i:,,:-.. I'„r 
■A'.-, 11 li-.-lL.jk rnio retail. 

All I---., -i.' --I I in i In.- . l!-,-, |--il ill. 1-v cii.^ricocod worlt- 
m=0, ooJ v, Jr rjoled. T1I0MA5 DAY. 

If? McBticomorj street (near Jacks™ ..In-.!). 



Ornamental Trees, Plants and ™" 
Shrubbery, 
EVERGREENS AND ROSES, 

FRUIT TREES, 

raoiug Aprle!, Pears, Poaches, Plains, Chorrioi 
IcoU, Kec lariats, rape -vis os (forei en and ntlivol 
r All of the above will bo (old on the tout modernti 

FVauciieo. ""'"' ' 

IB R. MERRILL. 



SACRASIENTO advertisements. 



Ucrvao do . — -'.'-■ | ft. i::li 7- 






olfercd. Mr. D( 

],rnvidliia lti.it any t.mlr.itl b.- l.y tin- President 

.l!..:l"ul;. by j.-im r.uliili.,1,. ivl.i, I, unii mil.., in 

liii-io, H.... ; i-.. Pii-..1i. V.'i.-,-. ^iin'in.!u-" 1 ni.|",.|l„r 
took part in Ihe dcbnle. Mr. llaion moved 10 re 

•XI. Mr. Tonmli' ni.n.-l lu l.iv ill,-' hill ,!„ ii',i 
table, which was Kit— yi'aj ri. The bill was lell 
in Ibis condition, when lln- hour of ii-Lj-mrimii'ii 

CoaA Tntro turn.— Savannah, Jnnunrv 11 — The 
3nvonnnh anil I'nh.i T..-ti-t'r.,|.li Cuuipanv linv>; 
,-.,in m, n.i.-il |il„i,liiiL' il>, ir |i-.>l- ■ ill llii • .-ilv. Tli..- 
eitensionof ili.-lin. tln.mnti with. -.v. - «,:rn "i 1 1- 1, ri _. i .1 
and Ftrdinanil.', Florida, Kill be pii..Iied lht.,n.;h. 



*£lu!™cr,VJK". 



it aod Anilcrifcn look plr 




SloUuo Cbop* e 'i. i; li L j 



till. I'll'!; 1 .. "'.." 
c'£n: ?°ae.ocb' 

f« 



■■JTS*™^ 



iiicon. iijii'-m-it, p n,. 

tmrns — lt*L" nod Oregon . -Mc 
do lroparted..,.^0 ^ ?3c 



Premiuni Uarble Wortcsl 

I>. J. DBTIKTE &c BROTHER 



. Marble Maulels and Oratoi, Mooumonbt, Tom 

1.-1 .-..■ -: -..--. i-.i.l ■■...! '.'-.-j 1 i'..|-..:.l...rhl- ,n 

Tilo, Qraaih and Frooiloao Sills and LInU 
ustanlly on hand and made to order, 00 naj 

tindi of Oraancnlal Work dnno ivllh dL-pit 
.11 ... Calci.ic.l Plnilor for i.Io. vS-1 



RIPPON & HILL, 



PACIFIC MANUFACTORY 

33 JiiC POKID I^c ^ 

Co.ner Tblruontli mill J XrieU... Sac rumen lo 

Manafaclurors at all kinds of 

iSnutrtisass SJ r©sg«s, 

Lirgo and Small, for every business. 



% 



OFFER F 



True jLanton Blackberry. 

EECO Ut LAST STEAMER, IN THE MOST PEFt. 
FECT OIIDEII, b; Iho untfenbrncd. .11 r.. -; i„-„, 11, .- 



Filberts nod "Walnlt Tmses, sis new vnriotiea; 
ALTiiEAs,Bii uew varieties ; 

Spireas, vi'iy bcautiral ; 
New Ornamental Plants or rare kinds. 

& AVI 1.1,1 1-> is, 



■ AVOfiEMEU. 



OHAS. ZEITLER & CO., 

American and English 



GRAPE-VINES AND FRUIT TREES, 



0,000 Hativo Vines, 



\ 2,000 Booted Vines, 

boaMuo"e"o i""" Fo " isB Vari »""J. "Will «"I 



FRUIT TREES, 

C-.nu.rifin,.- llic Cll..i.-..-l V,,i,lic, 

■l''j to A. IIAI'.A.-ZTUY, Sonoma; 

)tlo 0. W. KINZEU. Chace's Saw Mill, 



pawn and more, and pint him for any 



Wnii'i SrCAMMIir. — A li 
of the Winon'i! or Cigar S 

B, Which I.-.1-.I. ijre.il 



1'iisr. 1'i.m: H.1I.1. Mill:.-". — -Tin- l.'on„a.:rei„| G,l- 

li-ulli III.- l.ii. rry li, 1:1: Mill, ,, ,. ,,| ihr..n.-l,"!1",i 



tbe Pike Peak and Cherry Uieek a 



WW*-" 

.-M|jje I [Cral.. 1 l.rpi pdoj... 

I..-I- I -J...... I..IBI ,«.» ... 

• . ibcI do tmk, . ., _c 

-- '.-I. | :-.,niii[., .. p E ,. I2e 

' "a^ I PTii™*! aMr 

■ -..|! ■Jl\lltlit>al,' r . r e,i>n'..~..jTy l 

. ..".. '.it 1 i:... c, '....'.. »'m Bjn. 

;.'i''.( Unl, Ctlibndi, Sue 

'^|u^Li?sl° a "r'....f/Bi,*.oita 



a 



FINE CUTLERY, 
FARMERS' MECHANICS' 



W. V »..-*-e l 



"'■' :, .'-„V ■:'■■'.'■ ■"■■" ■-'-'* 1 Ai'.u'.'is.i.VV" a " ..^m 



HENRY HEWITT & CO., 

Wlilaiii's Graiu-sowci and Harrow 

San Francbeo. *' ■""" r,u0 "ireot 

PRIDES: 



f Orders from Iho Indo 



^r^i^'n. 



est Agrienltural Implomenta 
HARVESTING TOOLS, 

GRAIN CRADLES, 



"WM. B. HUNT, 

hides', iKin»,rfflt 

WOOL akd TALLOW. $£%- 

Offlca on Second ilioat, noor M, 
^^^^ 3A08AMBMTO. 



Pioneer Establishment. 

^K'S'""?^ t'lSH of »l| klod. :f s 

AND BACON. AI«aTi e un™£a BVi'l.'l, r i^°. I! ^- M i S Siii 
of Smoked aod r^h^Sahi^nq'&'Ji 1 ^™ 

Ti... -■„. in,-- .t I-,, f\ V "'""rouauiiiy. 

ihb «L.MIi«u!oBl. B ' U, a h " mch """dod to at 

.alt.of.a.^r^il.,. ^TsS'SlOPBR C " lna 



gS 300,000 

3C- FRUIT TREES ffl 

TO BE SOLD THIS 8EAS0 

T UE m ^p E ^S G it L ?' — "^OPBlETOll OF ', 
1'lUAib.li.D MHSKIIV nt ALAMEDA 

beloc dclonolned lo cloio out obi cotiro slock of FRDIT 
TREES, IU hum, lake, ikb mchod lomako koowa I 

fniil"n™' x ' k crabr "" A', 1 'r ""'" d "l">hi« kinds 

Iran n„n i.-n,vri,. o[ llm f'.ll-..itiiii; klri, J : 

APPLE, 

PEAR, 

PEACH. 

CHERRY, 

PLUM, 
APRICOT. "** 

NECTARINE, 

FIQ, and 
fto»„ ,x\v (iUINCE Tnu. 

from r.aololhrooioars old ' 

tonmontal Plants and Bhrabi, ^®j 

JsS UAHDKM PUKT.i. VV 

.iSMst MlsraFsa-v '»j « "•»■< .. 

lo IhoO^iJcn £„), rom ° 10 Antonio cijiuo dlreotlj 

order, enn be fcf,, Vnd iJi,™" .b."^!?™ bs'S nnJ 



CONFIDCNCE, 

il'i.U s'lILKSLEvl C-,|..r. £. C. M. Cluulwlck J 

.i hi-H'.liu:.-, Ciil. Tli.jj.Seeloji 

|i];ll.i..l. i.--.[-t. Clini.Thoro; 

CuitSELIA, Copt. K. Cooklln. 

flho abovo itnunen will leare Jaeksoo «re« IVharf, 



mncrllni with IhO Ujhl dnjt ncineri for 

Haijsvillc, 

Colusa, and 

Bed Blnffs. 



Regular Dlnpatcli Line 

FOR HONOLULU. 

^taSSSc." 1 "" BABK8 ^ 

™~ CAITAIN JAMES SMITH, 

nil jFANNT MA.lOlt. 



UcRUEIt 4. MERRILL, 



WHEELUR 3c ■vwiX.SOT^' 

MAMOPACTTJEIMG COMFAHTS 

SEWING MACHINES. 

343 Id i> ; til a v a. v, Kcsv York. 

Agenda throughout i/ie Unittd States. 

Highest Premium agnln awarded by tho American 

Instllalo, at tho CrTstal Palaco, So*. 6, IE57. 
Also, high on Premium awarded al tho Iilinol! Slalo 
Maine Slalo Fair. " niora ' nn 

SEE THE FIRST PREMIUM 
SEWING MACHINES. 



Fair, SopL 1' 
Wheeler & Wilson's Suvring Machine*/ 

S'sijrTi'""! 1 '.- rtll iHO ? BS, LS REa,n JM at 
Whcolw & Wilson's Sowing Mnohicee 

Were rcwtaiaended as tho BtST FOR PAMILV 

USB, at Iho San Jojo Fair, Se.pt. 1S58. 
Whcolor &l Wilson's Sewing 1 Machines 

jtlcb olikoon hoib tides of tho fuhrio sowed?!™^ tho 

■ '- ■ ! niiii.l »|i-»i, byuso of a 



Opinionji or tho Hew York Prors. 
proter Iheiu for/oufl, uk_ty,,w. 



IndurpeoJBblo la arorj fjunlly.— TIU Piachir. 
nhodum.— drblim hill 

illauUf. 



Worth; of ihe hl K hoii 

A hcoofacElon of tho oj 

Maalral la opemtJoa.-.Ur t Sbpl*,f m, 

Beyond all qorauoo, Uu machlaes.-i'r-, Jlhu, 

Tha.ilcliB not beunraieied.-.^ JgrlaUurUt 

' h ^ n ^ nl ' lnln ''|iri>c n UDonce.-Ej I ™,. 



eupjily Iho (..Wooac-lo worlL-Dnff, Wnr,. 
Are iirvj-cmlneaUj .upcrlor.— iajlfci VUtUr. 

Uorlrnled Id ovcij quolily.— Do^ Book. 



TAYLOB A P05I 



VOLUME XI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1850. 



NUMBER 3. 



ff&t Salifornia; Jrannfr. 



0OL0WHL WAHBEN, '- 



fpiimsiied evert I 



HOHnCUtTDRAI, EBSAYa 

Wi nre much pleased lo bo able 10 lay before 
our lenders Ibe Erst letter or a series, upon Horti- 
cullure ; being Ihe pra.-ii. nl evperietieeof n gentle- 
man whose position (heine: u responsible officer in 
(he largest fruit orchard and garden on our const). 



itlGc and I 

:cbeensc 



1 education 
lehim 






b ih.n 



.1 bo V 



igivc 



every department of Ilortlcullnr*. Wc oik nl 
ir horticultural friends lo carefully note the ei 
:ricncc of our correspondent nl these cslcasivi 
gardens, for being as celebrated as Smith's Pernio- 
logical Gardens arc, and often quoted as authority 
"1 our practical culture of fruit trees, ns well m 
ie system of irtiL.Mii 'in lair.-n.-.l ihcre, we caruesllj 
desire that all tho n.-nmrli ^ of llio writer, in re. 



lotioi 






, Its c 



U-'WI-, "nil lb.0 Ci'llISe purine I mid ri:(uniHiilil..|. 

uouhl be c.ariTully ami -lu.ii.iu.-ly Ltamincd. Our 
riood has conferred n great benefit npon the Horti- 
ulture of our Stole, by giving hi* time to prepare 
is talnflble notes for our columns; and we know 
•ur readers will duly appreciate bis efforts. "We 
ire nlM pleased to have Ibis scries nf tellers ema 
mtc from a garden si. widely and favoral.ly known 

tenders of the Fiucn will du well, especially our 
uhscrihers, to commence with number one of the 
lew volume, und preserve their files for binding. 



which I would like to have said n few w 
in fact bat) often taken up my pen forthi 
but os often have bsd my attention div 

e.i.linj i|.:iiiiri.J- iiju.iri mt lime, which ra 
here requires. To yon, who know so 
leisure time I have, I need make nt 
and if the following notes and obsenr. 



lich 1 nil! confine lo the cult 
lit trees, in the nursery and 
briefly as tbesubject will pen 



in this i 






■■■■ill inde.ivnr to e.-.plain the views we hercentcr- 
ain upon the mooted ijneition of irripuinn, its 
idvonlsges and disadvantages, and the conclusions 
tc have derived alter four years of daily obsatvn- 
lonsin this establishment, where irrigation has 
jeen the great basis upon which, thus Car, have 
ested nil our operations and success. Before 1 

- through,! will bore something to say upon 



the '" 



n quilt t 



irof w 



As yonr paper has man 
ilates, and some I know of in Europe, and lo 
whom our Stale and climate, as well ne our way 
of doing some things, is n sort of enigma, wocttn- 
utious bow wc convey our Imprcs- 
ij especially when differences of 
opinion eiist nmougvt our own cultivators. 

People out of California have but a faint idea of 
the peculiarities of our climate, or rather 1 would 
say, theriuMtaof ourStuto; for it is aolorioni 

arOujicfrom the region of perpetual snow lo 
inland of the. olive anil llio Jig, <e-p.,ruied only 
by a few tours' travel. Hut this (Subject [ [nave 



ind upon v 



iu! of this I 
ugb. 



and gardens, entirely without irrigation; and ii 
so far its adaptability lo the purposes of borti 
culture, is uocniinled by any soil in the world 
and in its productions also, varying according t< 
tbc difference of climnlc and locality. Of such ar, 
the rich bottoms of the Hncramcnto nnd its Iribu- 
lories, and some of Ihe lower valleys, as Napa and 
San Jose, the bottoms of the San Joaquin, 
numerous other places. In nil this arco of c 
try, orchards and vineyards can bo ttieeiiifuUy 
grown, by strictly adhering to the principle or 
deep and thorough ruflil---rU--x l .-■'../ jrtqw.ul i.-:>rkinj 
of Ihe mil through the dry teaioit. 

That this is done, and that it can be done, In 
thousands of places in [Ins State, which are now 
barren or such productions, is undeniable ; and 
this brings us lo the consideration of another 
branch of the subject, via : is irrigation neccssniy, 
or rather an advantage on such soils? This now 
brings the subject directly home lo tie, nnd what I 
shall soy npon this subject will bo the result of 
careful observation from some years experience 
here, in the application of water to the cultivation 
of trees, orchards, and vineyards. 

I have it also in tny poller to make comparisons 
with other and ailj. lining orchards nnd vineyards, 



being in tbc nOirr 



ativc nnd negative 
also state here, that 
acknowledge the ad- 



luge of irrigation i 


6n 


ngmg fi 




ng orchards io pro 








ndaol, would all us 








case, they of nccess 


v a 




lied 


n the slower process 




JOtl cult 




to soil upon which 


Ibis 


estobli 




■d is very deep, some 


twr 


nly feet 


orm 


eptiblc difference nl 


the 


way do 




e sandy alluvial, nlm 


ost 


uirnpal 




easily tilled, and n 








ialely after our hcav 


est 




nbe 



for the market, nnd at nil season! 
were daily and weekly crops 1 
ground, to keep up a suecessii 



of Ihni 



thej 



:c Ihe i 



4L.rl.Ki,, 

nobly v 



right 



,|- Hi,- 



mde n much larger gro 
cighbors. 
M.my persons labor u 
ression that no irrigate 
anally; ihnt the nature 
ml without it our fruit 
ml ,.|h,|-wi if inl'i-rii.r ; li 



opt t 



v person 
.dandy, a 
ively injure Ibeir 

is growing or green slalcof ll 
t the first frost in the fall, an 

Till] Iig3 an 



io we nre compelled t 
I fruit nl nil. And a 
< facilities to wale 



I badly fri- 



ll, unlit in 

.couently 
cs of Ibe 



1 grapes, 



nre often killed I 
reel the impression 115 regards Ihe practice here, 
and then to proceed lo give our ideas of haw It 
should bo done, and when, nnd under what eir- 
tiiiusi.ini-e? il should he done. 

In the Drat place, by deep subsoil pinning Ihe 
soil can bo made in first- rale order to plan I trees 
or vines in it; and secondly, by frequent uso or 
the horse cultivator between the trees, to stir tbc 
oil and keep it free from ivctils, yon can succeed 
1 growing line trees and good fruit, even upon as 
ght and dry snil as in Ibis vicinity, where wo 
re nol benefited as much by high waters us parlies 
-ho are located upon loner spots on tbo Sacra- 
tcnto and other rivers. Wc arc well satisfied that 
he trees in the reach Orchard Inn:, for their nge, 
nnuot be equated in tho Slate, either for site in 
growth, or the amount of fruit which tin 
produced, by any ulhtr trees, growingupon 

without irrigation. Upon this point we can 
ify the most skeptical, by siinply 



dRas. 






tbo ground Is affected by lh 
dry season, llaspberries, however, will continn 
to bear through tho vrholi 
frost in fail, if they receive 
through the summer. Sin 



Woman's Rights. 



ran, t ill 1 



lir... 



i, there 






1 the few 
n this subject. 

ert and uVlorj; 



Report of Ibo Dioacorea Batatas. 

BniTnitFiusifiii: believing it the duty of all who 
receive note products, for tbu purpose of experi- 
ment, lo report thereon, whether successful or not 
so Hint those at least who hove exerted Ihcmsclvci 
to procure nnd distribute ibe seed may know Iht 
result of their labor; therefore, tbu following i\ 
presented as the result of my experience with tbi 
Dioseorcn Batatas : 

Received a tuber about eight laches long nnd 

last ; I cut it inlo pieces of different leogths, from 
one to three inches ; splitting some nnd planting 
some unsplil, in good, riei el low soil, that had 



■ qnosllon wo will speak by nnd 
Wo abjure all other professions for Woman, 
give her free scope to use the hiincltdgt lis 
'il hart on men lubpett in her own circle of 
Homo. But of the Woman's righls, of which wo 



il spct 



very 11 
right v 



vappr.jpri- 



led, where it soon sent up n sprout, the top 
■vliieli Kin pulled off l.y 1111 /mjibuji, who mistot 
1 for a weed, nn.l it never would gtow after tbu 
10 that, on the -lib of May, I Iran-planted it in tl 
■furscry, where it died. Those planted out we: 
■ ery slow about coming up, and a black, dry r. 
dy lo grav 



it ely pn.se n led in Ihe Idler of our good friend and 
correspondent from Alamiil.i, whose wntehfiil enra 
for these truly Woman's right?, demands a kindly 
:cntcmbroiico from Woman herself. 
Yes, friend Clark, let us all speak out and raise 

Legislature and insist upon "woman's righls" in 
thTs respect, nnd woe be lo that sheriff or consta- 
ble thai would trouble the "he 11 -roost" or "pig- 
sty" of those that take care of the "little piggies" 
"chiekics" of California. We are truly glad 
to know Ihnt our Legislature is to be reminded 
iiunn for Homo, that 
lope friend Lull will 



alloii 



jubjee 



3 Mi 



Dim 



tsnll 
mforts 



e lop of which 



;o of ti 



of frui 



It tho 



nthc 



I pine 



Irfft-u 



rrating cropi ; nnd thirdly, we ci 
jf larger ii:c, mm jafciy, .md of 
-, aver those grown upon the same soil, ft; 
invo been otherwise treated. I am uuw c 
luding more particularly to the Peach, and in tu 
rill speak more particularly of each of the otb 
rail*. Should we bavu passed through a d 
.inter, like any of tho last three, when there d 
ot fall sufficient rain lo wet the soil deep enoui 



meet tbc mo 
back from It 



led by l 



ingbt. In Ihis cose, after lie , 
stone, wc give a good watering 
caches. That will be quite snffic 
;a good thorough HHUcrtngi the 



■ Ihe 



ut to come more directly lo ihe point, the 

three and six years old. Tho trees are 
itcen lo Iwcnty-cigb! feet high, branching 
'eel from the ground; nnd some of them 






D firet 



ago, hi 



fm 



impeten 



-■-:■-- -j kethh 

<"*" "-".,„ 10 strn,. the fad, ha, non-esldcul. 
nf California ( SQtae or , hpal atillM ^^ ^ 
.1.1.,™ lion) l,„ve been led to believe that bu- 
I it lie can lie done in ,,„. .li,,,,,,.. i- iilmui irri. ii 

lnlhefirstpb.ee lb™ | wil | osilrr| lLllL ' ,'„ ",", 
wlinlc liTi.-ll, nnd hiendlli i,t tin- Si,i(c ll„ re 1, in, 
an acre of laud (with ihe ej C epii c , u J, lh ,.' v *,^'. 
form, of onr alkaline soils, with wl,l t i, [ nu , a ' c 
sufficiently well acqontntvil lo sneak positively 
but upon which, with the MBiBlance „, MU , ( 
or,:l];i r ,|.. ;i t id gnrJeur cin be, unil In many in.-i:,,,,,. 
ore, incccisfally cultivated. 

I lay Ihis down as a first broad principle tostai 
upon, but will divide it tbu.? : That there is in Ibi 
islve territory which has never bee 
with theiweel productions 0! ri,.i 



irthe ■ 



wealth of Cores nnd Pomona; as, for ii 
t, the bill-lopj and llielr slope', the sides 
m, and a vail portion of aurplnins, off fro 
'er bolioius. This de*crlptlon of sail Is 

Ml/llte mounln'in'loll ^o^W^omclTm 

being of the m , asilB fl ticrir , li(m _ u Ut , !lv) . t|| 
II M (A. nai, tal „j fr^aB^ olt lbis lc „ 
lory u capable of being made into Beautiful, a 



•ospeel for the next year's crt 
all the damage they possil 
finally left us, in the end of July. 



t tho following year I'M). Thus, by 
. advantage, the wholo expense of the 
rrlgntlng facilities was more than paid for 



.ingle i 
earlier 



r Or. I, 



t bod e 



onll 



"ppenraocc, destroyed by them, but 

Wot laved, and In the Tall it could nol bu perceive 

'bat anything unusual bad occurred to it. 

Upon Ihir. toil iieca ma bo grown, boll, iu II 
nuwery and^Ttbe orchard, with no other TfOUi 
ing than wba| they would receive from the rain 



lid I 






Ibe reader 
e inflnenc 



, ut .iverll..w- iroin ,l„. r ;,.,. r| lt c()n]l|[ . „,- 
aloqgh! lr.iier-.iuit " i-niuit of tbe grounds being 

I Ihe only exception. The f cw ,«« pOTll ,„ 
these sloughs receive little or no nalerimummcr- 

1 in fact they require none; nod tbe, B lm| h „^ 



1 lliei 



As tbe olbei 
y eoil, if made to /« 



watched, for in 1 

of drowjhu, thty will 

tipeniast and Ufon fully groan and moiurtJ, <, 

ripen ttiauhantoui ailh tie earlier tindt. Such 

is not to be compared to the fruit, luscious 
melting, produced by tbe tree which Is never pi 
milted tu feci tbe effect of a want of moist u 
bnl here again an erroneous impression provoi 



of tho'woteringisdonc to lho Into peaches; 
by Hint time the soil is gelling very dry 



inlo v 









tSoroitfS 

moiilmid around all the t^^J^^^^^^^M 
readily seen from Ibis, that all we neeouiplinli is 
niinply, hy artificial means, to prevent the true, nl 
a critical lime, wanting a sallicicut moisture lo as- 
sist it in properly maturing Ha fruit, both ns re- 
gordssiio and flavor, and without hastening its 
proper season of ripening. Such fruit is BlttByt 
good and italliv, und will uteragc mors fair fruit 
through Iht vthule utthard than the Banin orchard 



This then i 

Ihe Peach Orchard. 

Early fruits, such 



: solely u 



it of n 



1 tbo Apricot, the Cherry, 



digging it up I found 



making e- single tuber from two to three inches 
long. I have to-day cut them up in small pieces, 
and planted them in splendid soil, dciennined to 
give them another gnod trial, as I know some 
plants do not flourish well here until Ihcy arc nc- 

Wbal do tho many others who have plnnled 
hawe to say? Perhaps some have had better 



of Home, until tbo law of tho land shall be .like a 
nnd a sweet Loll-a-by la ull their fears for 
am and eggs and poultry of "home monufne- 
." If Ihcse "righls of woman" are not prop- 
erly ond promptly guarded In Ihe present bill of 
Mr. Lull's, let woman, everywhere In our Slate, 
i- try tho "right of petition" for herself: 



FniE.vn lV^nnex 1 



•the Faiiueb; It being a rainy 
ithlng else to do, I thought I 
suggestions with regard to our 



.nws for the Poor." It is goo 
.nil's bill will pass ; but there 1 
: wanted for Ihe poor man, tba 



jfloAc (which very few poor fanners and me. 

w then, while the husband, for ioslnnco, is 

ig hard in the field or the shop, the wife Dl 

ling just as lined in 



justly claim; say oil 

fortune the poor man 
nt the lime agreed, nnd 
eriff forthwith and at- 




Ltvely Times Among tho Partners el Solum. 
Cot.. Wilms*: The fa 
isy now, putting in their grain, 
e, timt they will nil have a first 
lincoruly hope will ho the case, 
a depend oil. If Oiey fail, eve 
great many arc going lo sow 
over. I do nol kunw bow ll will tunr out. Tho 
merchants, up here, sell it very high— thirty 

iy light on lho sub- 
J' " 

ilsun City 
there yostarday aflu the p 
toamit. II i( 
Cumc up Ibis nay, ye nn 



IS 



THE CA 



LIFOENIA_£ABMBE. 

Heeds of Ameiiaon Agiioultmo. 



live sidoK. 
Bun &,.*«■• Lrrcwa 'W B,10 " ! " > - 

Wont Cattle. 

Td» milki'ng « Ml propertis. of the different 
breeds bare been matter of much diteuu.on ; and 

it woold bo difficult to "ml a unnnin, -. r '"■!;' 

nolo general acquiescence in nny »I""'" ,L - ^ 
should be an orgumcnl fur forbearance on Hie p.<r 
of thou persons to whom my judged wight ap- 
pear erroneous. Mr. «»l«, on" of ll, c ntt*""" 
tingulehed breeders of Bhortbi 



■tnirer for hb atook, gov 



n Hiot 



olio 



Dtthi 






shorthorns— the one larg* milkers, t 
(treat. No-such marked or moMoiibi <>"«""" 
bus come within my observation; but Indlvidm 
of remarkable tfOaU.otWcncss in this respect « 

RHfutlr » b * ™ l w1 "'- F * ,T ll,in ^ '" " 

world arc without ciMplie.n-1 >"!' »■ .1 [.van 
rale, other circumstances being oin.il. tl".' >"■*•'' 
milk will be in proportion to the s!*c of the ai 
rani. The ci.b of an elephant requires mere roi 
than ft calf or lamb, nnd doubHeu the™ Is mt 
provided for him. 

The Illgh-Wi] Hiirkiln' ure L-eiier.ill.v |"'-t niil 
era, They do not give large quantities ; (he milk 
Is not rich in butter properties. Now I shall CO 
Indict this by some esamples, but they, I belie' 
ore the cicentions, and not the rule. A llurhi 
or shorthorn cow, owned in Cambridge 9 hire, mr 
sixteen pounds of hotter one week, and nt the n 
of fourteen for a considerable length of lime. 
baTo found enteral that made twelve pounds and 
fourteen pounds or butter, a week. These, how- 
ever, are rare Instances. Sir. Dales informed me, 
rbnt oar of Sir. Collins' caws gave at one milking, 
nt night, twenty-six and n-balf qi 
gave twenty-four qnnrts of milk per day; another, 
ntffltecn »uaru. 1 did not nnderslond him, t 
mute these statements of his own knowledge, II 
own celebrated eow Duchess gave fourteen nam 

at a milking. These are all iiiiiiii.il.- "1 tii^h l>! 

but it In tin- geaer.il ,-sp-t-ieiin; of the keeper? 
such animals, that " '" 
fcriur. Mr. Ba 
quarts. Wine I 
The Yorkibi 
the improved ' 



ulailon Is, certainly, singly in their 



rn.lii,-,-. ;,ml' ill" I'riif- "( dairy labor, and other 
,,.,,,„,., ,„.. I, .,..1.1 Ul I. n.. .. n. 
I vi,il,.l.ir, Avr,|.irr. „ |. t ili.iH diury Inriner, 

.",■ ,' ni" , v,.™;^ 

,;■„,. I, l,'r,i.,iiliil ,miii.,'l- Hi- "'(.=! t™.', In 'In-' 
„..,', ,| t>M- ..".■. .r,, L MV,. iillv-I.Mir |.,-..,„.l-..l milk 
,er .lnv If ,1- i J usimllv reckoned, a I'inl i,o 



|i, „r, ,|.i 


U. Yet the nmonnt 


butler vi.dd, 


(., 111. Ill K 


nllkTprodC^no'p 


nundoflu'tte 














Tl,i- l.,ll,„ 


was then (Scpiembc 












mint. It Ie staled, cc 


n fid C b nay7'up« 



lairy husbandry, that 
ind well fed, wili'yi 



IWan. of cream, 100, -Jl.y, AMJW. »! K T 7 ' \i 



Afi™ey'.Dj"r D r"w,*' ",':;".':.««" 



V* cannot refrain from Insisting- on the beautl- 

fying of the Fanncri) "Homestead as one of tliB 

most needed reforms nfour Agricultural economy. 

IVo Americans, Us fl people, do lets lo render our 

ies Httraclive limn any other people of equal 

, n , on earth. And for Ibis there i- very muel, 

use. Wo are "roHtng stones" which bare n"l 

found time to gnth'er nny very graceful moss. 

Wcnroonoormnrel. from Wcs1..tii Eiir.ipe lu tiie 

diores of the Pacific, and have halted from time to 

ime by tbo way, but not yd settled. Thai jaercd 

in,! I ,;„k,r'nl l ,i"ehmenl lo homiMvhidi p.rvii.l^ ..II 

liht.r liiminu lire-i-t-, liii- '"'i sl'iokr hold up'.ii 

liny of ut who would uol sell 



h tbo 



it liai 



TIjl- ,iv,T.i t 'e vi.-l'l "I" new milk ,-beese lo o cow, 

in tli L - JiiT,-rtii jiili.-.-. i.' iiiviii "iili itti-.il uu,.,.T- 

Uintv. Tlie li'miul fnrnifr- ore, in ji.iht.,1, .].■;- 
|,0..ej 1" .-...Kf.il H,e r.ivor.ible resulls ol tllOir 

hii- bind ri-, fr.-m Hi. elT.-.l ii may li.ive ji[.nn ili.it 



Ihin 



The i 



.vclgbl, or three h 



dairy 




Ihe foci beyond a doubt. Mr. Hlooiiitu-1.1. 

inenl tenant of Lord Leicester, oiler many 

c, state? thai hi= Surtli I'livon eow; 

!be year. One English pint of milk, 



glit quarts ¥fi 

mcot-, but the 

by the length of lit 

--"-'ingoftbonnini 

Ibcrlt is of It 



twenty-eieht poomls of bay ; son 
newly-mown gm?j, the quantity 
1. Ale grains, it is said, will 



ptnuoly visited, tv 
,kepl. Here, both 



wbenil 


rr. The 


iTeraoe 


before 


per day to a ecu 


ToT, 




™".'!! 



wbith Ii:Il- el:i|.'dL-l iV.uu 111, 
bv the mode nf fiedinj;. in 
■nilk first or lu-1 drawn fruit 



In their Iro 1 1 jr 1 1 -.' - Tli,y .ij.|h:it.^I hi very j;""'! 
condition; urliiiiilv innrlj l,r'iti-r iban tiie men 
Bbo nttunded apuu llx. m. Tliev wire kept in milk 
B» long u.i Hi' v v.i.ul.l ].:n- r ib,. ugh one of Ibera 
had been in milk llm-v yi'it... and then gave only 



,in hi i CL-lebnited imprurement? in el 

r.iilu.-e.l ,..-.[]|.; L'Setllont niilker*, 1.1 li.ii 
ilh iliellertfnr.1 Mock. Tin, uf th.-.J, 



day, or Lwciily-i-i^lit .jii., 





,;jui Ir.-TI) the nijtlifn milk 


■acted for bull 


r. In the best elicrse rti-'t 






od ninny cow 


were kept, the nvvnige . 


Id of entire 


ew-milk cheese to hatch 



least Where laud can still be bought by the n , 
I. .HI 1 IE Li M :- > ■- ■pn.vt... M.. n - 



boyshoulclcoiisiderbni 
tree to the little edifice 
knoivledge Wore firsl it 
InK. till mcli a (jrovo s 



ill,, lii 



,iii<1 tvery at 
cblor by at le.i 
ill the rudimc 



: nll there have been com. 

rvid climate, we need slmdc= 
. ...,„„. these alone. The dearth of fruit 

,,|, „r apple. |H-.i.li. pear, cherry, 



Tltci 






n hei 



jnfiden 



Hence 



, If li 






fferedi 



. plai 



mid train vines, and set uowcring 
Ight do if we hod, in the proper sense of tbo 
word. Home*. But wc _ ouj«( to have 
ought lo resolve to have them soon. Wo would 
say to et'crv hend of n family, whatever else ; 
do or rdrbenr to do, select your homo forth* 
nniLresolve lo nbide by It. Lei your next mt 
if move you trust, he inflexibly your last, 
would say to our yuuth^novcr marry, never 
upon any place of nbodo or occupation, till 
shall have selected your liomes. If yon will h 
!t In Oregon or California, so he il j hut fi.1 ll ^o 



enjoyed by oor countrymen 
estcrn Europe, is the facility 
lean who is honest, indus- 
f acquire, if be dons not al- 



forma 


yolh 


r ties tli 


t [iromis 


Tboug 




v be but 


n but on 


ctitb 


your 


fixed bo 
ve and b 


autity il 


bo spa 


etllrr. 


n more [ 
So Shall 


,-..,Il K ,ll 

vanr lnle 






bnllyot 




rdncss 


whtel 


inheres 


d thnt so 



ciull of o sm.ill ,l.iirv liin.i. 
e kept, as presented in al 
nlAgricultonil Society.-} giv, 



sc, thirty-live pounds of butler, and thirty-five 
ul?. ofwhev butter, foniidcroble amounts uf 



c.v L.';,.]l In „• i mil. ■::/■-■ ,. In ill- >.: ,r, ■.! .. ■ .--I en. I' 






,11 one fool of ear Hi their awn. To on 
Me land in Great Britain is n mark of BOeir 
m, a badge of high caste, so that esta 



Native Productions for Badges. 



es, are kept tied cc 

o porposc of sopplyin 



Tic u'nl cra>. of IbMniraoW 
Willi the Aryintre or ibe Devon in 







In this earth along the back of tlio wall Mr 




eie" 
















ear, u the produce of 




plants of foreign importation. We belief 


























stake In the size of the 




mental. Besides having strung, la. ting hedge 
in garden, oreh.irds ami r„rms, a great won 
it be supplied in oraamcntnl grounds by op 






of the Alderneys as a 


mi 



, long us be shall ,hi 



ind— save in Prai 



irifty and forehanded, ti 



ii- ,-„|,ii, , i,,i 



kud by 




,1" 1 1 r.i i 1 1 : i ■ ' <-' , t'l l' 11 ' ■»<■' linnienl preparation of tbo 



eproHu- 



and only the very wealthy can re 
ivners of land. But bore, til en 
t a youth or eighteen, to-day, who cannot, 
iplo industry, economy, nutl temperance, I 
i own farm of fifty lo a hundred acres of 



net! tbo 



y-five ; and It 



mug f.ie 



squnudL-red on delusive hopes and vain m 
lures, the cares and burdens af an incrensing 
ily bar the way to future acquisition, and Hit 
taken dreamer, who, in bis youthful prime, re 
ed the slow and arduous gains of ibe hired n 






lo flrni 



: fori 



grudging tori, flonling from farm to farm, nevt 
risine, above thin necessity of living from bond t 
month which he might, while siillyoungand siugii 
have vanquished forever by five years' pollen 



The cow, the pro; 



:ct or eitra stock, the following v 



bo ttojil Ajricaltunl Potttoj, ,„; 




dens of r 
ooae to p 


'"Z"\ 




: Ire 


11- ti.iw r.i,,i-llv elteetiil 


a still further traui- 


Inrmii 




;edle by the Sewing;- 




lie, end Will si elf.-C 


n like change ie 




ng nnd the operaii,.,n.; ■> 




(ho h 


-I'llndn snivingiiiKl 




lathe 


did l.ef.ire him. Air. 
















nntlL 


in,.. 1 him Ie. work at 


.iMidvatiingc against 



ink to the lowest level 



planting, and do not requh 

'!-" pu-li.ip. n-miM |ir.,l„ng Hi... „-., ■ 

" * " .lil". .r r.i.j [■■ i.|.|„-, . ,,.,-, ,„,,- ,|,,| 



l,> unlive pli 


it- 1 Holier., , 










teiilimeat ,il 




.,,,,^,.,.„ 1 .],. 


can never eajoj 






To Pats. 


VI pEKerL JI.1HKS. 



s the li 


dlly 1 
st etc 


ind 
llin 


open 




yaur yo 
bought 


ngm 

nil,,, 


"l, 


the 


Ight di 



'!"■' '"■" il|, -in-.. 'lie I.M.idl,, --.'e.iii.^'lin,' '.l','!!'' 



ronis 


en one 




pared for 




i intenl foric of 














liei 


-,ry; 


nil 


bP breeie"t.h 


"■ 


liar hnnflmaids ol 


a cot 


inenl 


1... 


i..,.,i,.- In 


nn 


wilh bouuties ami 


To 


ngslur 


the 


human race 






Mot lit 




-A medical 


fr- 


n.l requests us lo 


,,-,.i- 


tsth 


ad 


\:z:T 


it 


imniory nttnekfl of 
s recommended hv 












rile, III ■!■.!, ,' 














tl, 
































till..' 


c well 


ill 


rii:;: ] 




pirlts of Cnmplior- 

t is npplled oatcr- 
of linen or cotton 
eedj and uniform 


























J. 


CI" 


dn 


l Dbbtbdct 




should be kept al- 
nedy. 

l.vSECTS— Various 
ft woods from de- 
method Is by iui- 


,-in.l 


oreinc 




ml m 1 ili. 


'■ 


iolutibna or.snlls, 




■■«™ in nnoweek, nnd had the 
the best Fconcli calf-akin. 



— — two of egg a iVom ii „. ,( of ihieve.- 



[nto a dish of iltimmcd 







THE CALIFORNIA F^RMEH. 



19 



HsteU'ait]). 



lloiaer! what a power thy Influence wloldelh, 

Mollisr! el llto found each Berro obeys 

jniiu bun) that snecpf lite cltcrdsnithin my brawl 

Mother! the name fells sweetly on mine oar. 

Mother! the nerd ■» a balm for every wound, 
Mother ! tic purest name 107 lips can ullor. 

Mother I (At duml memory lhals around 
Mj childhood, making it a recollection Lleti. 
Molbcrl the word recalls a world or hopes, 

Mother"! lay name to mo is all *. joy, 
Mother, nW molliorl how I loved to ullor, 

The hallowed title, when a merry boy 

And Life seemed real, and earn and trouble but o jest. 

Mother! a gleam of ionll B ht Wd lie dealis, 

Mother I a pole star la the darkest nigbl, 
Mother 1 a rudder to Iho (hnltored hulk, 

Slather! a sura protection giiml the blight 
When shipwreck showed bow treacherous Life's Ocean's 

glittering crest. 
Mother! a prayer is brentlis.1 ia the word, 

Mother 1 thy name, a promise Miigo from God, 



Celleiiata Insllnita, Bealci., Feti'j-, 1K8. 



Give as God hath given thee, 
With a bounty, full and free; 
If he hath, wilh liberal band. 

For the fullness of Iby stare. 
Give thy needy brothtr more. 



Thou dost tabor hard and Ions, 
Then o'en from thy slender Hon 
Giro, and God shall give thai u 



Wealth' is thine to aid and bless, 
Strength to succor and redress; 
Bear Ihy weakor brothci'a pari. 
Strong uf hand, and strong of heart; 
Be thy portion large and small 
Give, for God doth give thec all. 



Through quiet jBcadmr* rooud [ho mill, 
The sleepy pool above the dam, 

The pool beneath It never still, 
The meal-sacks on the whitened floor. 

The dark round of the dripping wheel, 
The very air about tho door 

Made misty by the Hosting meal [Tennyson. 

Idle Cnriosily Cured. 
■Webus, in bialifcof Frunklio, relates the foil Div- 
ing: ■■( Ji, hie first trip by land la tee fits father In 
Boston, he una worried nlmost to death by the 
anomlunble inquisitivencss of the New England 
Neither man. nor bcul could 
travel among them in comfort. No matter how 
set or weary, how hungry or tltiraly, the poor 
rnveler might bo, he was not to cipect an atom of 
refreshment from the silly publicans antil Uieir 
most ncGtllBHnu curiosity was Brat gratified. And 
then Job himself ec.uld not stand such qOMtiom 
is they would good him with ; such 11- ivbtre )i" 
-me r r ■ - r 1 > — jh.I ivl, ._■;,. )]..■ ini.Hii In-, u-goiiii;— imd 
That _ religion ho might be of-und If he was n 

diiji... .,-.);.■ l,-:i.,.i i„ ,],[. :y,.,. lur -.vv.'rJl .hi-'' '.],;- 
lil hi hi-' Hi,- lusre ;iglit of 11 j.uijlic ljou.--t "hlrr,...,t 
ilifvv.- [1,1:1 into un :i-n.-, Ijl- ikUTininr;.] i„ trv the 
I'.'l ..■-.inr r„i„.-|i ,11 the very next tavern. Soon 

II.- hi; ,l|, ; ;l,|,- I i,-,,,,! hi, I,,.,,;,.. (,,. di-iire.) llltllVlTTI 

teq.tr l.j cjlhci [,i , ,,-hu],.. f.L.nl,.. ,.;„... ,-l,Ll.] L -.. n 
lUHl ci-fT: :uli. every ;oul of them; tor he had 
;«!Jl>:tliin(; e-;t!l,, wij.ariaii lu .11 mm link alt. Ill 
litiuj! ii:....-iiili|i.-il 1111.I -,v..i,.!i-ri..i- what lit' li-id to 
( -v. !. ; .!,:■■, Mr, ,-1 n„. t „; -Myiinmeia Bcnja. 

wlien in liom,-. in I'rifl.i.l.-lplij... /„ B^ton [ bay £ 
■■■ J ''-l.-r. :l |ju,.| .,1.1 ,„,,, -,-,!,„ i- ,„.],, rhti W ]„ „ J 

Mmvet-.tT Li.,,..,!,,,,,^,. it ,„, ,],„', „; ..'i,,, ,„.| 
1-r.y I..- i,,,.tt,,. „. s „di a fJtherjnnd Union 
that errand it. I;,.,,,,,, ,„.,,. Tl,i.. h nil thai 1 em, 
■•' !;'<■' rt.-Mi].,-! uf „ IV ;,i r ,,,„, , lllin! . ,. 1 

teU„ lt .,uu. ij u ,i| y,„i run think of ati,-lbin B clue 

iii.it yen ■.,-,-], i..ki„,iv „(„,„, ,,,.,,11., .,■.,■,■„, ,„;.,„; 

with it in onr., ilml J n , ; ,v ..n,,,.-, . ,i„.| ..'., ,,u- vu 

: I'l" 1 '.'""".'-'"^.'^ ,L. l „.,l,i„ t - 1., Lill; lnr 1 

long to be ou my journey thoi I may return is 
Boon aa po^iluV ,., ,i,y I, rl ,ilv Mil d 1. „ . .,-.,,. ,,,„:,,, 

I tu.,-! 01 ,i]| ,l,| lt ,|,j r.r l, L _- ro r i, 1 ,..„„, LH . r . 

Li.m; ,if,.„i,, -;;i.r:.r v,„„],] t ,:-. r ,Jlv l,„v,- drivi-n 

! ^■-■n.-lMiilly o,,, ofNtiv Enuhmd aa di.| M.ii 
li'tlt f.|iul, „r riilicnle." 

^Vhat n gloriom Lhing it woald ho If Froaklin'a 
^«^»ma«»riillt D (.-.,]if,,rnlr,., mrt irnUrlv 
to San Fraotlseo-thero'a loti of euriosily folk* 



NURSERY BUSINESS. 



SHELL-MOUND 

NDIISE11Y AND FRUIT GARDENS, 
Near Brockly n, Alameila county, California 



(„, 



fTiriS WELL-ESTABLISHED ( 
NDRSERY. is now prepared lo \ 
ollar tu its old Patrons, and tho public 
generally, 
5,000 FRUIT TREES, 

fl.OOO .SnA.DE AND ORNAMENTAL 
TREES AND SHRUBS. 






a Enu MT t as ._The following excel- 
OSJ wc Bad in loe MeiSngo of the 
MnMnehuaotu, rdMIve to public 



■'■".. ,..ihl,. ,;,),„:,„.„„i| Impr,,!-,..,,!.-,,,!, us Kill 
!-'■"""■ " :"' 'be I.V,,,,,,,.,,,-,,,!!!,!-,,,,!,, -,„ 

l". r ' l ' l ''., l ,l ;';:. , ;. , .'-; ii ;;' ^■■^ ■ i.ii.i.-. .. : ,,„t iothi-,,.,,,1 1 

! b ™". 1 .' ;,i ^ 1 .! , " l,l ' k: ' :[ '"v- 

l the tnni of th,,. : ),ull,: 



APPLE, PEAR, CHEBB.Y, AMD PIUM 

TKEE S, 

From one lo threo jears old, in great variety. 

PEACH, APBICOT, MECTABIJf E, AND ALUOHS 

TREES; 

CALIFORNIA and FOREIGN GRAPES; 

OooMborriei, BaipbarTies, Bhickbeniea, Bcrberriet, 

CarrantJ, 4o. 

Mountain Ash, American Elm, Locust, Lab nrnuni, 

Lombardy Poplar, Silver-Latf Poplar, 

Paaloaia, Aeacin, and many other 

ORNAMENTAL AND FLOWEllINQ 

TREES AND SHKUBS, 

C I.I fXO t' Kl, HILliS. Ao., *. 
(y Far Pnittcalnn, Inn Cataloguer, wall 



SMITH'S 

POMOLOGICAL GARDEN 

AITS N-T3-RBEE-S-, 

SACRAMENTO, 

On Iho American River, 21 miles from the City. 



BEARING PEAR AND CHERRY TREES 

EKTEKSIVE AHD SELECT. 
The Catalogues far the present season contain facts eolnf; 

' m that Iho caltiration of these tiro froita in Cil 
fomlaatthoprei=Titti n iei,rouilsestol« HIGHLY HI 
BIDNEBATIVE. Those nhlch relale to PBAB cultn 
am titraetcd prlnetpallj fium the lato addreia of II 
Hos. ILiitULt, P. Wildib, beforo tho American P 
mole^ical Soclelj. 

. XSBLIS CASH. 



N.B.— Perenascallln/ratlho Nnisetr nUI have thai 
Orion filled bj MB. WJI. PATTERSON, tho Oardeas 
ehirce As ihl irlnrserr Is hut ID minutes stalk fret 
1 Ferry Lindlns; at Sao Antonio, gentlemen risidia 
San Francisco nil! End it rerr conrealent to call an 



1838— 1859. 

SAN JOSE NURSERY, 
FUTJIT TREES, 

ORNAMENTAL TREES, 

SHRUBS, PLANTS, ETC. 

18'O0O HOSES, 

QHEENHOUSE E"X.A.ITTe, 
Crape- vines, Etc. Lit. 

PALM OR DATE TREES 

Porfeellj' hanlj in California. 

FOR SAIB IhT LOTS TO SHIT PUBOnAFBltS, 

Tmtle ■□fiplled nt a Liberal Discount, 

GTS I O^FER TfiE LAIIIiEST VAS1ETT OF <n> 

*Sa Fn ut, and Ornamental Trees,™ 



Thatcaaboroandln 






in Colifiin 



ALL 0RDEB3 srillba promptly attamlod to, and 
TREES carofnilj- pechoa up ia handles or boiei, 
accordhn/lnsiiaaad the distance thoyhavn toeo,and 
illvciodrreo on board thostoonior at Alvlso. 

tMY COLLECTION OF iyo; 

R- O S E S » 

IS THE LARGEST IN THE STATE; 

HAS HECEIVED THE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

At tho RATE FAIR, held at Ban la*. 

na- MY CATALOGUE, glelus; tho different rarlotlei, 
I bavo for this season, and other lafotmatlon, nil! be 
•em to erory applicant. It Hill also be (bunj with my 

MONS'R DELABIQNF,, 

"0 Clay •treet SAtT fltARCI&CO 

MESSRS. GRAVES k WILLIAMS, 

07, 00, una 7. Wereha,,, tlm l., S , t „ JBAtKIIlQO 

MESSRS. STODT 4 SARGENT,- Stocbtob 

S'R JACQULER, eo[!oaA 

L. PREVOST. 



««^> Tho Tretjs ofiercd from tin 

and In tbo NUMBER OF VARIETIES, or each kind 
nf [roil, no nossoBt the 

LARGEST COLLECTION IN THE STATE 

our catalogue embracing; 

Over Nine Ifuntlred Varieties, 

ni lollom: 
ApPLEa, 1-\:i vari.'tk'S ; 

Pears, 27u varieties ; 

Pr,uus. 100 varieties ; 

Cherries, 90 varieties; 
Peaches, 75 varieties; 

Nectarines, 20 rariatios; 
Apricots, IS vurieliea ; 
Grapes, 00 vnrtetieB. 

Wo hesitate not in eaylnr. that nur 

PEAR AND CHERRY TREES 

Are the Finest Ever Offered 

[or sale lu thli State, of ill itiea, being from 6 feet to 12 

and 14 foot high. Tho greater portion being not 

only of Tory larjjo site, bat also hondsotnoly 

shaped, are ologantiy adapted to planting 

near residences, affording Iho double 

ADVANTAGE OF SHADE AND FRUIT. 

Or the above two floe Frnila we oiler 

SO.OOO TREES FOB SALE, 

of different slies and prices, and sis lotrej good Trees 

can be bought at any fint-clasj Nursery in tho Statu. 
Many persona hare had hot noorsuccosa with Cherry Trees 

In this Stale. Wo stale for taolr Information that 
Our Cherry Trees tirtt grown upon the true im- 
ported Mazsard itock, and not upon cont- 
■ man Notice or Oregon ttocTc of this Coast, 
the former being Iho only stock £1 lo gron them on. 

Wo haro also a very fine (lock of the folIoHbg, vlt; 

APPLE, PLUM, TEACH, NECTARINE, 
Apricots, Grapes, Figs, Almonds. 

Besides a Miscellaneons col Ice- aj[ 

lion of other and small froits. ^ 

Particular regard has been paid to tho (rosdog of the 

Trees In GOOD SHAPE, and purchasers of onr 

Tiro-years-old TreenrlU Bud that they haro 

been soil "eat back," and are now 

firm, symmolrionlly ahnpod Troet. 

We guarantee no flnor or healthier Trees Hill be found 

In the market this eearon, 

Wo also offer a superior assortment of 

Shade and Ornamental Trees, 
Shrubs, Roica, and 

Greenhanse Plants. 

Embracing all the old and srell kaotrn popular variolic!, 

"- - great many othorebjlu goodandnois. 
AUo a very flue let, of different sites, of that vory popn- 

GOOD OLD fASHIONeo ELM TREE 

of many variotios, but most or the Amoricau and Scoteh 

Elms, which are or good siio, nod when noil estab- 

liihcd in tho soil, they are of very rapid growth. 

..ALSO.. 

Labdb.iuii, or Golden Oii»is, 
Maple, in variety, 

Lnt»B.i, Enrojiean and American, 
Caialpa, 

Cuiha, and other Trees. 

Wo call particular nttcnllon to onr collection or 
THE CAMELLIA, 

ilch has become to noil acclimated that sta havo thorn 

gronlng Enoly In nur open grounds, and blooming as 

oloeaclly oat of doors heiBuslhoypoalbly could 

with tbo locdorest ears In a conservatory. 

The Gem of the PUature Grounds. 
we guarantee all trees 



SEED, PLANTS, &o. 



Sew- York Seed iTarebouae. 

ALFALFA, 

New Crop ; 
HUNGARIAN GRASS] 

Garden, Flower, Field and Tree Seeds. 

gliffl THE eilensleo Variety orSEEDS no alTer.fMfc 
s|K»n (t»»D by ogporlonced Culllt ifon Id iheBW 

J2H Atlantic Slales Hill Eun'l-?, and no havo^C- 
lalten the groale-t piiin .» serure unlj the l'urc.t and 
li^st Htocki, and havo no d.Mib! they icill give the uteaojt 
eatl/raellon. 

Agricultural and Scientific Books,- 

FLOWER SEEDS, and Collections of Flower Seeds, 
put up in neat packages, nlth directions for cultivation, 
floods securely packed, lo go to any distance. 




HYACINTHS, TULIPS, LILIES, URO COS, 
JAPONICAS, 

And a variety of othor Bulbous Roots. 
PBUHIHG AND BDDDIHQ KHlVfc'9, and siety of 

Ilortlcnl coral ImpiE numv. 

And receiving by every Eiprou rrom Ihe Statei, and 

Europe, a general assortment of 

Field, Qarden, Flower, Fruit and Tree 

SEEDS, &C. 

N. 0. — Catalogues furnished on application by 

Seed Warehouse, tin Cauiorala Knot, nlll meet wlthpre 

For tale In lots to soil purchasers, by 

8. W. MOORE, 

Seed Warehouse, 

20.3m 110 California strec 



NURSEKY BUSINESS. 



TRRES1 TREES!! TREES!!! 
GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 

MET" M*_ MLT X TT 

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

KOI. 07. OD anil 71 Merrill.,,! BtRCt, 

BAH FRANCISCO. 
(Opposite Washington Market.) 
. i, WE, TUB UHDER8IOHBD, RE3P 



a 






'■ liir... .1 



GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 
Mm 67, 69, and 71, Morohint street, 



RIVER BANK 

N TJ RS E R I E SI 



ItOlI OUR NUlWEItv 
C^TIIUE TO TIII3 KAUE.jEJ 

•W For tnoro minute [lailleula™ of Sbrabs, Itmes, &e 
oo 0ATAL0QUE3, nhleh trill be sent by mall to all 
pplleanli. 

Wc invito attention to our vurv Iirgo ana general 
assortment of 

VEGETABLE SEED, 

Is very Bno and large, and wo are dob prepared 
supply THE TRADE la quantities to suit, aid at 
.Comer Prices Omn can be found . 

at any other establishment Is Iho Stats. 

e have non- been «to«Io e SEED for a number or 

>, and have elveu universal satlsraallou. Wo are 

j.repared to supply largo ouaotltlosof aOOD FRSS1T 

nfc'tID ot .cry Ion rates. Theso seeds nfll bo deoo up 

laudsomoly In packages, Tor Wholesale or Retail Trado 

nd itlll alnayl be la readlnost at nur QAHDEn and at 

Cm" 0F7ICE-—M J itroot....BACaAHEHTO. 

Or*™ sie.1 It k.i,j.„H t ,U.'„. fiiJi lu l.mri an^ilj. 



SEEDS! SEEDS!! 

Crop of 1858. 

lut Received by Express, on the steamer 
John L, Stephens, 

ffiSfrom rapirai'llile Orowen, aeJ ™ arraoied* w J 'be the 
OBOF OF 18G8. 

TAKE NOTICE , 

Foreign and Fancy Grape Roots, 

Peach and Cherry Trees, 

Together with a full and complete assortment nl 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

For salo by 

J. L. PANUBURN, 



ALFALFA SEED. 

A SUPERIOR LOT, JDST RECEIVED, 



8TOWELL & STODDARD, 
It 'Jm 67 Front Elroet 'op ■tnirs), 



CALIFORNIA. 

IBBR5 IKVITB AT 
HEIR STOCK OF 

FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL 

& TREES ! ! g 



8,000 Feax Trees 

(On Seodllne Pear Stocks), one and two yean old; 

10,000 Apple Trees, 

one and Iwo ye era old 

3,000 Cherry Trees, 



1,000 Plum Trees, 



d year old. 



IN THE ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT, 

American Elms, i to 6 reel! Silver Maples, B to 7 feot; 
Monntaia Aih, I to 6 feett English Walnuts, Chinese 
Arbor Vine, California Redtrcod, Etc 



Wo rrould Inrlte thoso nho are aboot to plant ont PEAR 
TREES, lo examine our stock, as particular attention 
ts paid lo tbo oultivalion of tbe Pear. Thoy arc budded 
on Poor Seedlings of our ona rntjinc, and havo made 
■ uno eronth from 3 to 7 foot, according to tho habit of 
tho variety. We havo all of Iho varieties that aro 
orthy of eallivalloa, procured rrom one of tho most 
iliablc Pear Culiur'uti at tho East, and no pains ato 

THE NURSERIES 
re situated at the Residence or QE0ROE SANDER- 
SON, on tho Rood, leading from Sau Jose to Alrlso; 
-bout three- quarton era mile north ofBoaty's Hotel. 

83- Orders by mall, or by Well), Farfio a: Co., trill 
koIvo promnt ottontlon, and tho Trees securely packed, 
i as to hear I ram porta lion lo nny part of the State— for 
hlch a leasonablo charge nlll bo made. Tonus Cash. 



SEEDS! SEEDS!! 

Fl-CHll lit it i) Is 

m Agrli'ulinml and Horticnltmal an 

S SEED STORE, SI 

NO. 108 CALIFORNIA STREET. 

New Crop of 1858: 

100 busheli Poach Pits, 

:i ■.. (jjj-o Oraace, 

While Pien eli Suitar- Bool, 



SO " RedTonQru 

■-'■' " Bay iir., : 
bin . Uixed Lama do, 



Root, assorted kinds; 
Ttjrajp, 

tu.li ii. 



BOO lbs. Vetobt„, 

WM lbs. Early Kent Pain, 

60«0 assorted Fruit Tree 
DUTCH BULBOUS ROOTS. 

laable Hyacinth*, I Rannnculus, 
jarclssuj. Auoiuonot, Toll|«, Tuboroics, 

Irenn Imperial, Omens, lib, 

lablla., Qladlolus, 



rt,BtonrSee-ltiloro. Also, Prunlnjt Shears, Bud- 
din« and Pruning Kalvet, etc. 
N. B.-AII nrdors forwardod to J. P. SWEENY ACO., 
icdsmen and Florisla, nlll meet with Immediate ot- 



L. F. SANDERSON k CO., 

Ean Jose, Oallfon 



Ornamental Shrulihctj. 

THE GOLDEN-GATE NURSERY, 

Comer Fnteoiiti ami Fourth StreeU, 



"a 



tORNAMEHTAL TIIEES ABD amtDDBERIlV^ 
of all kinds ean bo fouad at this ei 

TREES AND PLANTS, 

Ivor 110.UOO nruimireiit t li.ilr, PImitSJ In PdU. 

tmons the Omatnontal Trees and Shrubs nlll be fount] 
30 varieties of beautiful ofergrecn Acocins, 
Eooalyplui, Myope ruuil, 






Li lee, 



; : ,v. 



AtborvlUns, 



luiloc; 



on-kn.L... Arijtultichlaa, Blenonlao, 

[■''■; ",v" ■'*>. -'■' irh.tfiaa, aiolaleueas, 

Nlaht-bloomlnp; Cerous, Coctus, Eplpbyllums, 
■isolhoT wiih all non- arid valuiblo PI»nLi und Shtubj, 

ro^&:sx!SKMr d " ,, " LAW "' 

^g In this collection nlll also be found 

^ Two Hundred Varieties of 
MONTHLY ROSES. 

".ii'. thamaxtA- ml . ■■■■ tfcudanli orellmter 1 

indof thour-- ■ 
Parllc alar 



it kind). 



B^-OiTALoot'Esirlll befonraiilod by mall, on oppll- 
eatloo la the undersigned. 

W. 0. WALKER, Proprtolor, 
133m Qolden flute Nnnory- 



THE OALISJ 



Eta Mitap #a™fr.U„ r »^ :: - ;= ~— : 




dud kotowed. 
Migfcl c»«r 11= lunely !»"■ 
,.l creative BCnTaa I"" =""■)« lhp «"" 



or ta>i 



,Ul.|l' 



ruly g 



sulptor, 



and 1 



of quart., the basis of our mineral wcr 
her r,.,V l.:in.t eho bald* a divining rod; 
Ufl partially concealed belitod brr^back, 
fol of Iborus. Such fa 'lie character 



Statue 







lire, by this continue 
of duties; nil of whic 
of wealth. Too I***^ 
„oul destroying ' 
if body ii 



dud; tliel 



it ^.re."l- Tl 
friends, and 






n the world ttwl has « 
nn nation; and surely r 
: of rojoit 



Arew 



,, free nod hnppy 



iation7 Can 
,nr civil and 

hoots, colleges, 



if oar lotellig' 
religious institutions; 
seminaries ofloaroingi ofour scicnunc uuu i, 
"«;n>i;iniM- of our extended commerce; of 
SJ^ productions; of oar wealth, 
Mod and sea 7 Can we not justly bnast of beta 
nation favored of God, nnd honored of man, wo 
„U B 1 And yet, with all these M^F'^ £ 
ilege*, 



blceslr 



. - r r I . I . - 



unrliir.. 



,.„.n Dr. Held, in another column of our jnaru 
From the purcsl white marble from Carrara, 
Italy, where it has lain for ages, » C0IU " from , 
Ihe hands of Ihe great sculplor a btaut\fid u-sntan. 
With the rod of divination, she would lead the 
wuv in this land or gold; for a type of California, 
liMnsrtl rock ii represented as a partial sapport, 
nQ d on which she leans. If the mi-' -' 
bent, wholly, upon act 

concealed, are close at Iinim, iouumhiuj: iuj | - 

ly that ihe pursuit of gold OT& is not ■ path with- 
out thorns. Of this, all who can look back io 
"forty-nine," when gold was tho only God, can 
■Bill remember the thorns. This was before Ihe 
down of social We, or social intercourse, in Cali- 
fornia- We 



orth a' 



t -,.ld, I hi' I/. 



if tbesi 



ongb we m 



is; for, 
n the tr 



scdfroi 



This we do know, that nlthongh man may toi 
gather Ihe precious ore tram the hills and roc 
tains nnd lo crash the very rock to End it, tho very 

voted to the cause of teenon— the very bouldi 
quarti are themselves fant the emblems of wc 
being tho "mother of gold." 

Tile announcement, at this lime, of this hi 
fni Siatucofonr Stale, we bail as another ivi. 
of the glorious destiny unfolding 



nin, when she hi the chief ohjec' 



;ua worth striving for, 01 
that this was the philosopher's atone? _ 

" ,man progT. -.- b.is l ' L " '< ''"■ '" r "-' 

gather apon the earlier days ni 

untr} J s histor)-, thai should ev> 

3 bright as love could guard ni 

keep them. The Fourth of July gr( 



mory 



ml I'll 



, the pa 
The Scveutc 
ould hnrdly r. 



ith o 



|r>f s 'i:.| 111 



Scotia'i 



mornble day— the lovo of gold 
mtriotic current. The Twenty-set 
r: Where are Ihe Pilgrim Fathers! 
as recently been home to us, that the 
his been making inroads upon Ply- 
:— the sacred spot where Ihoso rdio 
ng and freedom suffered, amid snow 
il Mrll]-d;iy 'if freedom grows faint in 



not wholly forgotten. Tl 

i Franklin, passed almost 
is paid the! 




California, Dr. B 

iendenl of the Insane Ilospltnl, 
:. Hcld's heart was always right f. 



1Bj toM.lleiw;'"' , "° .^.red al once 

I, mriful uri'l -l i-i-r. i] t i uli' statue. 

^ourS-ntc. ^^V^HTosSo.te 

our commerce ".'he.'' . t. , 0MMn a, 



and shall no 

bo the place « 
is the greot ei 



,, IM.il'n- 



Oapiml will pot 
California possess one- « 
respond, nye I Let Son era. 
c re the third shall he placed, 
eommorcial emporium of th 
:.,„ i, F h..ul'l be so; yet wo ore nui 
B It'ri.nr State. I*l"eo 

,!„„ it .hall be great and glorious. 
...^hhiiimhi.le.^ireof the gener- 



] u1l biudiv ! , l ,.-.demnny,yeino 
, ppr „pria,ely conceived than I 
irescnl the Golden Stale- In 









Tlnn 


, Italy, 


Doe. «■ lei'. 






V 


D., Ba 








ify Star 






Las 










C" 


and vt 


sited lb 


studio 






m 


fin 




■osvir.-i. 




ue 


California 1 


ud 


ust 




IlipltlC 




nrded 


lo New York. 














rrn 


nen 


at Wo 


Olinat" 


and na, 




terms of lb 




ntn 


ct.onlylbreccancverbe 


mado 






ha 


thf tl 


r.) ,Il.>I[ 


,i. j.0,,-; 




(be Statu o 
Cisco. Itr 


C 


lifo 


s Calif 


by the 


tyofSau 





^„ E machinery for this Woolen a " « 
,„,„ ..^hiiignflhekittdin the Alhnl lo 
■ .formed that Col. Turner is lo 



the pnth nf n 
fa cheering to know that »» 
ilouds may be, bright glcnras ■-< 
ill. With us, wourcbnppylo! 
ire in the majority. Though they tk 
mr path occasinanlly, there never 



irftot 

kind, in all it 



shnilov 






hopeful hettrt, that can peer lurougu Iba shadow 
the liglit beyond. 
Among a goodly bust of cheering h'll'T.", l"" 

nlnfj s "J wishes for ourself nnd our Juurniil 

it-- now era, we have gathered up many a bright 
,1 hopePal wrJ, nnd placed them nwny in Mem- 
y's cnaket, recording those n<™« that conveyed 
em ia eoulevr <T nit, nnd hnvc penned beneath 
cm, these words, "never forget I never forget I" 
wl niu-t lake the liberty to copy an extract or 
o from one letter, from u ludy, Hint come rilled 
th ,M i-viil.[n-i> of true rriL-u.!.lii|i in lli^ sli.ipi^ 
of goodly 



plcle lot of 

r.pp i.itiiiei]t-.,that 

„ England for the 

;.ii ami probability will be 

last ien years. The Mitt iu an p j 

-cessfnl operation In September nt*. Tbey 

oonufacturo from one hundred and twenly. 

himderd and fifty pairs of blaukela per 

em In Iho history of 



'">■ l-'"' 1 



a of tl 



.riyhity kI,, 
were brlgb 
IVe hate V 



ned the gold, th 
cr far than eve 






givenes, if "-<■ have erred In this our wish 10 IC-s 
tlfy our high appreciation of this her generou 
tribute to our cause. With tl goodly list of nev 
subscribers, nnd a letter heavy with gold, enmo Ih 
following gleaming words : 

Btar Sir : Saturday, and yesterday fiflemoon, 
went out nmong our farmers, nnd succeeded I 
getting the following mv subscribers to the Can 
ronsi* Fahkek ; the money yon will plcnse lind 
accompanying thli leltcr. I eipect lo rec 
ernl mure subscribers in Ibe course of this week, 
and those wht 



liny. This will foru 
State. 

,1,en we reflect upon the vast amount of good 
that will result lo California by the esLil.l, .hum,! 
of this one «o ;«n »..J«uft««T, we wonder in 
prospective good docs not awaken a greater fil- 
ing. Here will be n borne product of at least two 
,o three thousand pairs of blankets per month; 
but (his is not nil, this Factory will consume 
5 OD,000 pounds of wool pcrnunum, cqnnl lo J 
hnlca of wool ; this will greatly enhance the value 
of Ibis valuable product to our producers. Besides 
this this Factory will require something like 
fin,noo pounds of soup. Hero is o very much 
Increased demand for home-mado sonp. And in 
nddillon, thuy will use 10,000 gallons of oil, an- 
nually—this will givo Stanford Brothers o new 
nil, the large increase of 
domestic labor that will bo called Into requi- 
sition, is n matter orgrcnt satisfaction. 

When we reflect, nlso, upon tho seeming fitness 
of our State as a wool-manufacturing Slate, it 
seems pruvidentinl to us. We can raise wool 
Chcnpcc than any other part of tho wnrld. Teasels 
grow spontaneously over onr Stale, nnd of tho best 
kind ; wond is grown easily ; cochineal nnd indigo 
nre near nl hand, nnd everything seems propitious. 
All that is wanted is for the great heart of tho 
people lo sec the advantages within our reneb, 
mill improve tbem. 



whet 



inlled ■ 



■ i (liim, I.Q' 



.l.liL'i th 



■e thing in nature, a beautiful woman in a 

nuditv. She fa nearly erect, leaning on a 
ul.hr uf qunrti! In her right hand she holds n 
fining rod, and in her left, slightly concealed 
hind hi r Lack, a handful of thorns. The mate- 
,1 ii .,! while marble from Carrara, ami v.iili..m 
ot or l.l.misb. Tho contract price, £1M0. Will 
i some oflbrt be made in California to obtain tbii 
l.li n-nrk fur the Stale, before it passes into some 



gel many mr 
has been the cnu 
ifls of Ti 









Mors Sou did ntviiii 
had the pleasure of seeing 
leSoulhdown ewes which v 



n mat-noble 



I, tho 



mblaioned upon 



ofhfaOt 



stands befort 
when Qtractcd from (he i 
Pure and nnsullirf she will b 
grtatneu, shall join In her r 
shadows I 
friend, the t 
lu the i 



onor nnd true glory, the birth-day of 
i the immortal Washington, the Father 
y— the loftiest hero, the purest pnlriot, 
n that ever lived: his 
rth-dny approaches ; shall the day be ctlcbmlcd 
ao appropriate manner! 

Anil msuiy days, great and good, that are sacred, 
■shonhl he, in our country V l.i.-t.in-, i'i<li nn.i -ill 
should he welcomed, regarded nnd noticed nppro- 



istory and ped 



■efrot 



A splendid ewe. 



tight they would ho sure to 

t the Agricultural Fair, both in 



a the post yeni 



romejW™ 
We havo 1< 
tnowingyou could 



BducatioQ of tho Laboring Classes. 
[So better subject could 



aid- 






s, than 



wlii..- 



iuld', i 



delaying to call upon 
Fa nil eh. 

Colonel, I have not done this for the PheWus 
hat you offer lo those who send you Clubs, bill In 
ratitude for your past favors, and the noon or 
on valley. I Intended ta*s*' these subscribers, 
nd send them with a Sew Year's greeting, but 
rns taken ill in December, and hove remained so 
ill this. Shall do better for you soon. 

With ninny fervent wishes for your prosperity 



And 


so ia California, we 


loacli 


eta and dreariness amid 




WiUioul notnaa, man's 


home 


Yes, rvcu tho flowers c 


wilhi 




il w 


s said and believed. 1 


gran 


c because man had no h 




Though bright ud bcauu 



if Col. Morris, in June, 185G. 

Number 2— Pure Southdown, ouo year old, d 
iwo bought of Col. L. G. Morris, of Jit. Fordhi 
N. Y. Siro, the splendid buck Fordbnm, which 
imported by J. H. Cnrroll A: C( 
shown at Ihe Slate Fuir, and which, we regret 

r 3— Pure Southdown, one yeni 
re bought of Col. Morris ; Sire, Frank 
Inm's side, Young York. 

Numbers 4 and B— Two pnrc bred ewes, bonghl 
if Col. Morris ; sire, Frank ; grnndsire, on dam's 

All these fine ewes nre In lamb by the World's 
Priie, said to bo the very finest Souibdown buck 
known. The World's Priie wns bred hy Jonas 
Webb, Esq., ol H.ilir.ih.im, L'.i 111 liriili!.-; hire, Eng- 
land, nnd was imported by J. C. Taylor, Esq., of 
N. J., direct from Mr. Wttih, fur tin.- hmidsomo sum 
of $2000. World's Prize won great favor In 
England, and was sent lo tho World's Pair, nnd 
then- won Ihe great prize in 1BDG, and was de- 
n1 hy the best judges, to bo tho best Sonth- 
n buck In tho world. So highly was he valued 
lr. Webb, as n stock getter, that ho 
id in New York ilint he wonld gladly It, 



us, sholl bo specially rem 
publisher but would say 



enough 



mbercd. What editor 
hnt such words and n- 



offer for their perusal ; nor could we offer 
ilter authority for tho truths conveyed in tho 
say than Hint of the gifted Charming, from 
h oso memoirs we make these ci tracts. We- ask 
careful reading of them by tho ycomnury of 

What is education? This is one of the watch- 
words, almost a cant word, of tho day; but few 
terms are sn vague. It is said hy the friends of 
the working chis;e;, thai their lir-i great want isa 
better eduention. Let us try lo understand what 

"The great end of education is not to train a 
mnn to get a living. This is plain, because life 
was given for a higher end than simply lo toil for 
its own prolongation. A comfortable subsistence 
is, indeed, very important to tho purpose of life, 
bo this what it may. A mnn hnlf-fed, half-olothed, 
nnd fearing to perish from famine or cold, will be 
too crushed in spirit to do tho proper work of a 
man. Ho must be set free from the iron grasp of 
want, from the constant pressure of painful sensa- 
tions, from grinding, ilUn '[liiieJ toil. Unless a 
iforlahle support, his 



itm i 



■"4'?'""- 



Who will build up and sust 
tions, nnd mnke our Stntc glorious and bright in 
the future. Woman is tho emblem, tho typo, the 
rd ; nnd Powers, tho greatest sculp- 
tor of Ihe age, makes her the. Type, Emblem, nnd 
if California, and it is lo her power and 
when rightly directed, that all true hearts 
ill bow and yield. Wc feel that in laboring lo 
ioroto woman lo her true position in tbo scnlo of 
jcial life, ns the friend, companion, aud equal of 
inn, we arc duly |..r f.jriniiiy ■mr duly lo ourrnce, 
nd wo had rat Jut have tin uppniljiiliuii nnd aid of 
ue true-thinking, reflecting woman, in any j 
uterpriso, than a dozen men whoso minds nre 
,ither nud thither by the contending strife of 
tics nnd bigoted notions of party and seel, nn 
.livays feel a new hope of belter days whei 
lave evidences tike the one recorded nbov 
vliotii ifi lendir lii.irl thiiuVs. 



ind hnppim 

it nothing more, his lifo 

unfold his faculties, to 



T.i odiii.-nle pi man 

him tho free and full use of his power 
especially of hi3 best powers. It is, first, 
the intellect, 



e him a love of truth, i 



acquired. 


It Is to trn 


n him 


o soundness of judg- 


ment, lo 


each him 


o weigh evidence, and to 












a him n thi 
cullies in n 


st for k 


owledge, which will 




rough life. It is to 




Ihu study e 


f theo 


itward world, lo in- 


iliuli- bin 


into tho physical 


sciences, so that bo 


will unde 






of his trade of busi- 




villi...- "W. 




reliirid Ihe phelinlil- 






illv !■;■ 


sing before his eves 


It is to m 










i thntmni-l 






,„,,,! ,.:ll 


i-i .hii.iilii.il 


















luick, keen discern 


men! of 1 


.■ rijyiV, '" 




n duty in its grea 


1 ''I'''- 


.,.,.! ,,,1.1111 




a'etiou '"ifhttd'shuT 




.nee. J. B. II. received 

reply. '/.. St. T. Nn. :,, a,,,,,, Agri.-ultiir.il Snck-tv, I „„ u,', ,^'ii'iVti '„f|" 
■uiut nut thiaV we .U K hi liln, hy delay ; we have I 
" " in delaying bin uiier. il.E. S-'slct 



THE CALIFORNIA EAKMER. 



21 



INTERNATIONAL. 

San Francisco, California. 

THE UNDERSIGNED INVITES 

the atlonllon of Lho Tramline Poblie 

-!"■] Mr.ir,.:,T ■ in psrticolo t. to Iba maiill 

of thit noon. 

It nu eitobllthotl under Its proton! management or 

tho bl Jonaarr, IB57, u a 

FIRST-ar.Jl.SS HOTEL, 
In otory pnnlcnlor. Tho nranni 

A. S. HALEY, 
JNO. J. HALEY, mid E. It. ROBINSON, 

■lib a delienoy not niching lo encroach o[wD lho Mortis 

RESPECTABILITY, 
j]r tbo SUPERIOR .MODE li 

IllO Hulol it CQBl!ncl0d. 

It l> oontif nooi to all of tho molt 



ir M:. II timet Urn moit 
DESIRABLE STOPPING-PLACE 
For Families or Singlo Qunikmen, 



TUB "INTERNATIOSAL-nOTEL 

■COACH," under tho laneclnlondoneoof 

P. B. SMITH. Into Stago Agent at Sacramento City, It In 

attendance at all hnurj lo conve; ..aj.ongon tu and from 

tbe Hotel, for One Dullnr each, IMlutiini: Baggage. 































S-i^J-loSS^"^ 
































""Ju'.^o'jV.^ 


a>«™ 




"•■ *; 










iZ £ZlL'£f£;$:. : : . . ;;: 




....Mario. 







FARM STOCK. &o. 



Frcucli DlcrlnO Slioep 

DURHAM CATTLE. 
JOHN D. PATTERSON, 



French Merino Sheep and . 

Tbo cough-brad Dnrhua Cn.it' 



Southdown Sheep. 

jr !ji]LV|i, .riii.; iidifci iv.i'.i,'i,r„,i \'*t i; 



Tborougli-bre d 



Mil'l • i'u: i. r (V, 
Pnlkdeinhla! 



MARK BRUMAGIM & CO. 



CALIFORNIA, 

Bills 

Sank of Commerce, - ----- Boston. 

SIGHT AND TIME BILLS 

American Exchange Bank, New York, 

Available In 'the Principal Cities uf lho Union and 



MANSFIELB & WOOD, 
Clolu and < lothlng Warehouse 

WTMAN A CO.'S SUPERFINE CLOTHING. 
Ciolhi, Cajiimoroj, Vetting] sod Tailor's Trimmings 

Gentlemen's Fine FiirnlshlDg Goods, 

to BmokV oelnhraied Coif. Patenl-leafhor, Droit tintl 

Wator-iinKfriii.il,, Trunk?. \'nli--_-f, Caniot Enc». 

Umbrellas, etc.. eto. 



r COMPLETED AM t 



(•:.'■', Mi. ■! ['■ I, I-., I. , !: l ,. „.-l ..: I.. :.' .1 . iv'l i',ir ;■.:.! 



Domestic Fowls, 

MFEItSONS dalrout of luircbuleu mlcndtd 
...I.Mi: 1.AVI.?. „, ,-'.. ,ii;.,H fc,V. !n , T , 
c-.r, 1„;, U |,|.!I<-J !,rc..i:iii,-.,! [>i- fi,nnaOSci. A 

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MCG-LATJFLIN & DAKIN, 
Purchasing and Forwarding 

COMMISSION AGENTS, 



JJAVnjp U Y£ D t AND C ARMED O!^ BUSINESS m 
lo"?-!n F""ncLT * I ** 1 "i 

oTd'^rouNo"/^''! *"'-" '"' T '' '^''■'■'"■'i''"'''^' "■■' 

:h..:i.ii .-. T.i nt-.-JL - ilji-J, - - <_'. :.i.i. Ir . .. >;■., '. .!,- r. : vvi: ■';. 



VV.. .Ii:ii|^..|,,l tLl' Mil I, ill... ^..d^nl nl] llouB, thai 

a} nil lutlice ni4f ic-< At i, ^Jnnc; Iii.iv ,v„ .i„n,L 



■Jwood £ linjnjoe, 

SL Locto, ^'is'g**;^. Robert MeaalMl, chEe 



Ladles' Dross Trimmings, 

H03IERY, TTJSTDETK-mMEISr, 

HOOP SKIRTS, 

iry ortleio for tadier" and Children 1 ! an- 
MRS. D. NOltcilO^S. 



Pacific Fringe manufactory I ! I 

DRESS TRIMMINGS CORDS. 

GIRDLES, TASSELS, <£o. 

Conttnntly en hand and made to older. 



HAS ON HAND, » largo anorlmeut of Finn ivnii 
t.uii.i: ci'n,i,uv; „!.. . ,.;;„,„ ,..:':; ,/., ; .".. 



PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, 
OLIVER & BUCKLEY, 

JJAVE^ NOW LANDING AND IN STOKE, AMD FOR 



li'.-1-l i:„l|'.ii- ri.lrll. Tu.-,,. „"r,. , 

'-'.--.••• ^11. „- .\l„,i:„i fir, ^: c ™t) In Urn, 

'.',!» i-;,II..T:. I,,,,! I, ,!■:,: |. ..,,,.. | .ViWrlcan), 
:.;.ij l- .:■:<- Wir.l.,.. I.!.- , „...| :,. .,. 

C,7tO nturiJ. '.:■,.■ , . : ,|.. I .,,.■.! .V™' 1 '* 
'■■;■::.; i.lili „ l,r t -,i.-', ,.: ,n ,,,!.!,., „, tsu, u„e, wtilcl 

WE ALSO HAVE ON HAND, 
lompbene. Sperm Oil, Polar OIL Tunntn'OU, 

Xii lots -to sLtit, 
At SB and SS Wuslilnglon street, 

And BT and S9 Oregon rtroet. |laui 



SAMUEL PILLSBUEY, 

DEALER IK 

BUTTER, CHEESE, ECCS, 

Haras, Bacon, Laid, 

APPLES, aR.A.Tsrj3T3ElIlIBS, 

No, 48 Washington Market, 

EST TO DAIRYMEN AND FRUIT GROWERS. 
Con.ignmonta Kqieeifnlly tolioitod. 
fi'-(.irt l,y |i ,niiloloo, to— 
11 ' llcnctilcj i L.I., '| Ur.T.OjgBhltt. 



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t..,,!i,-..i..i.:,i,. ; .|„ i.,,,. K -r:r t.'i'i-LKHV-ivunii,,-. ,. A| -"' "V; ,'",'. ':'",""' "-"'-' A i ,,, " | J, in "■■= on L "" 

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fF5BNiT^E5i 






ili -«U, Ibj C h M C«TK p=™^ 



PIANOS, MELODEONS, 

Alexandre Organs, and Music! 

Prices Greatly Beouced! 




JiUBSEKY BUSINESS, fco. _ ^ 
,,i,lt and Ornamenlnl 
TUBES AND SHBOBS, 

Rose, Vines, on! Eralic Planls. 

PABSOS3 & CO., 

flusbins, ■""" H ™ Y °2L 

INVITE attention to their flue ®ffl 

■ - J ■ , U.tHPV ,,., EXOTIC TRKES^fi 
...UTS M0, »"^ S^ra ooKK 

■SSTmOtIo MPABTMBST . c«J2fJh|; 

r,nTT,lw^- <:1" lir-l-T 1 , 1-' 11,11 'rt r"r. '.r, t . . - ,-Vf„l 




„,.., !l v,.ii, ; i..: ii ■..;■'■;;■;' ;!, ■ w^i*', eimi- 



it kind* of STANDARD 



.,,.„. .-,,., J DWARF tEJM, CU£R- 

niEi pur«s?PEACUEa, apples,-^. Tho-uTWi* 
^*lfflf^RSAMBNTAL DEPART- 

i,~ Dr canlcn, (X 111. Ji'. ■■!"■; ,l0 " " 



,1 PKl'IP- 



For' "snrMwiban and S3), -ro "ill sire lea runic, of 


















- Th.i-. by a little ewrlioo, our Mentis in ay k.r..J!j f«"t 
ifcarjor iiVmo'ito 


^■■\.'...!\",''V-"-'''^i- nlilhtbra 


'"«" h'm'nutG arrange moots in receive Ibo abuto 












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"W H E E I. E-It iSE "W ILSON 




MAHTTFACTUBIHG COMPANY'S 


■ ;; il 1 , „' ■.!■ ' r,\ ,!!■.! ' . 1 ."I". 


SEWING MACHINES. 



iM . Lilacs, Forsythia). WageUas. 

,S7„„, ■(,,,.,, Jn.^-r-iir.'rf. /"'('" AlJHOneOi 
Ycrrroi; Si'-" '"'''' ^'" ! "' r ''"-" Lepras, 
Larch, Ash, Maples, Beech, Linden, 

Ttaoy bnTO modo'tho "^^f™^ 



I,,',.., ,.!..- itlildl Im hitherto placed 



Thujiopih, Taxuicrecla. 



'--!.. Vs:j I»Jl«lliil'«. *-'■■■ ■ 



iitnottVifjE, w 

1 lti IfibU, ri:'lttllv- 
,;.,.,., I r rr-tilt. Csulint vill bo i 



at on application. 



THE NEW MAGAZINE. 
THE ATLANTIC KOHTHIY, 

Devoted to literature, Art, end Polities. 

Tilti PERIODICAL WILL BE: F™' ; 



Kl.ion.dD, ■: 


mmoncin"; 


Itirough EU 




prospect, an 








thai while n 


c tether 


L-t,-:inilio[i ; 


nod Hint In 


lo sift the, 






iurrender 


f th? .l»10 



lew taught us tbnt whet 
;old Ts railed with dull 
: the other comes in cqni 



School airll in Wist 



3-13 B roadway, New Torti. 

Agencies throughout the United Slates. 

ill Premium aialn unaided be tho America! 

nsiituto, m the I'n-K.i l':.it.-i, S-v. 6, 1537 

AIM hi.;t.c:l Prouilura niiorded el the Illinois Slat. 

Fair, end Morjlood loHIIule, Balliinurt, ; .ind 

ilolne Sin to Fair. 

SEE THE FIRST PREMIUM 

SEWING MACHINES. 



oclor & Wilson's Sowing Machines 

ere recommended the niQUEST IIUfcMtUM ol 

o Sli.lt; rV.lr, Mnrj-rill,,, Au<a.t, 1S5S 

oelor &. Wilson's Sewing Machines 

ore reeomminded as iho BEST FOR FAUILY 

SB, at Ibo Son Joto Fair, Sept. tS53, 

dplor & Wilson's Sowing SIooMncs 

eb allbn do bolb rldej of tbe fabric sunetl/luro Ibo 

.~S.aI.1« -i '■■■ > .,i'-,.- II,,' 

fabrics, LEATHBB IN- 

AVDKS. Aoroilt, 



Warerooms, 333 Broadway, N.Y. [= 



Toe. Anniveistiry aad Sandny-SchDCil 
Music Book. 

riONSISTINO ..I VT.,!,. ■-■„•. I llj„i.,., j:,:i |,.j'..il.|,,-1 l.y 

,.... ''iv":,';.,.',;,' 1 , : ; 1 , : '-' l*. '' Vi .,"... l ■.■ .',.". r> r* '.v '. ' ■"■ ■ h . , ! ', .'i 

i:.. ',.:_..., .LI.' "Km.., ., .Jj,,:,,, ■. ,- : , , I,.. . ".I, 1 J . , : i ! . ■ . 

If," P.I-- Vc.'m'i- ,' JJ V buoJicd; IKMBMl cent. 
Al.-,. ti,- It, vlvnl IV, ,. .y Mtr.lr Hunk. IVic- *1 \' 
















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btU™ 


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.loclmleuiow 


hnie 


urti true 


onrl 7 ^ 


i. 


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Art, 


^S&A* 


ta 


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sa 






N.B,,SS 



l-.iltr,,- iV- Ju.i i.ul.u.licd by HORACE 



■Ik ■ .',,,.■•■!.- ,,: 

■;:.",,.."■'",;.■ 

[1,-,m.m„ ,,, 



ft union crjjill-iliiiliiij.' •■•• ■■ 
i< partlcnlarlr |ili:at,in?. 
wish to be of jonr iionib 
niiubtbciinall'! My hot 



.ruclod upon these subjects thai 

II lUtlc, jet ippi in,., 

ililSJ upon "out kindness'. " 



nulhiiiif bot elegant io.liMil.j. 




it is thcuuemnceofdcroili 

tlDv.-n, Hi M ,by.-,,, 1 l| v l„. 1 , t f|, 
iiiliiliui., .1 i.i.ci up tlm ' "" 
d nnimitloi 



i.ul.J l„ , 7,-rj- t|lirJ[[j.— IJj, B 



HENRY HEWITT & CO., 

Aits sow JiANiTAuiitniita to oittmn 

WlllirJ's Grain . n M j ^ mv 

At tholr Mociufaelorir (rear of ItnKK. 011J ■. ^ .' 



.,r*.j ; .,„-..r',.,,| J|, 



L.'.1,!1>L'-.]I.; llUH.i 



*.r. r , 



~ ' Btuloa, for lliclr an 

UollOcTgU.il". (I UClUJ 



Ca 


■Wnll^ioeui 


HORACE WATKJt- .:,.,,,. 

I„.|r -Th- I'.-l:,-. I,-,:,!.:.,, 


■■r 


U .<K--.ll — I,, ,..!.. , ,,..|!- n .|,|, bo.uUM.ii- 

-I'-NMII-. i'..-..:.|--,r.i„,. [. rl. . :.:.,:■ ,.1 a l „" -...V. Th. 


1" 


!■- ANNIVERHAIIY 


■'■ :- ■:;:,.■, . 


'■ M'l ii 



( SSS. !C'l'',nd''3, {riih wePil ^ 
I cenn-, .loglo; $S p hnniltod; pofUje,: 



EW'-TMhM, W 



COAL YARD. 

C. H. EASTMAN, 

Wholesale and Retail Coal Dealer, 

Corner of Bailor}' nnd Oregon Strcols, 
Opiwilto the Cuilom-bonsoi 



<»- OOSSTANTLY ON HAND, je, 

■a-Ano-ii..iK .i 5C o Ic l[ PIQ rn0N> ^ 3[n 

mm . Stag" Wanted. 

T5CSSffi,* a ?5 p ^™ i» ™sn f<" »r. 

caiir^^'itrXtl, ',■/;. "■:-■"' 



|..T-- ,., .Hvi [.:.:! I--, ||,1 '.IiLl l Ii rili.I,-.^ . 

ttSiTm i". t of oitl."?t"j , 'Sr.hVi , |, . !..'','■ ,,',' i 
ubllc U r prlnte. ' 



-■'r-:^:V,'., v v' 




T?ft. J 



, w: ,;,.■:, M..f,:.-: 

Win-CarliA Horr_ 

■iiil.l. i: I* '.Vlilj.iil.i ELJiuund QiUney, 
. T. Trowbridge .ulhor of "Noljbbur 

d* fu'utb," ole; Mm L. Maria Chil'd: 
■..mcBnTborof-ldiMV'-C"'^.'" 

Jl "Ajponeoun, , 'olc: E.M.WWnyJ 



I, J Buy !-■ ,il>-"OlltJ oi a,o^..-LJ,:r. 

if ibe PubKiben, 

. ly-'.-nli.l .Vdv .i:Jne, u aUoiorond 



If 

Ti"hc!l 



TO THE PUBLIC I 
MRS. A. E. IRWIN, 

DO Sluohloil S 

HAVINO I 



iblLbiiK 



with a 



RICHEST AND MOST DESIRA- 
BLE GOODS, 

RospoctfullT inTltos (ho pnblie lo call and eiamlno Iho 
some- Eor stock comprises, in part— 



TAYLOR t POST 



UNDER LINEN, 

OATS, 
AND EMBROIDERIES. 

INFANTS' AND BOYS' WARDROBES, 

And every artlote required lo complete a Ludj'i outfit. 
In?'™" I 'in a t lt b"'r l,r d " iS °' l " ]ar " rm 1 " ,t " ,B " trara ,h0 

Inn I' ,t„.- I,,!, I ,j,.,ir, l i,|u I, I. mi;,:, ,»l I ..■ I!.,' I...-.C-1 .■ ,'-'i 

[iiloos. As evidence ,jr ibo approoiatlon ur tho roorii of 
Iter work, r injy b« slalod, that ai lha late Stale Fair 
thorn noro awarded lo bor .be I'ir-Ld,,..- l'„.i„iu[„.. I..r 
and Si *'i5i ^™ taa l''"i«i Lntlilu ' ani1 Infanta' Caps, 
Ult. I. Buaranteci that all work oioouted or iroodjsold 
■ !l l"-'t t,l.,l,l,.l„„..;,, .lull .:!,., ,.,,;..,, . .i|.|.,|j,,.| ,„ 
tlm iil"i„y if III 1,0 refunded. A conliuilnnco ol Iho pal- 
i"i,.-,-,. Iji,f- L .iof.-r.! ■■ lil.cr.illv 1 ...-|. .-,..,] ui^nhoris ci- 
'|it'ltully t .,li c ited. l IT-iKu 

WILLIAM THURNAUER, 

Importer of French and Qerman 

FANCY BASKETS, 

E'igliih and American Willow-van, 

Cano and Willow Ohalrs, Ladles' Woik-»l»Dds, 
NoWfio TO " s " s . ETO. 



Colored Plates of California Fruit. 



THE bo, 

in liVl, nra „ n jaln nl tho FurraoTolIicu ' 

Who wishes a bcatiiii.,! i'ruii \:C.^ .!.'' , : j 



o^S 



THE CALIPOENIA FARMER. 



23 



Iho "Try Company," 

A OSSTLEUAV ivlm IV:.; riilirijf ill ill.' 

n bright Utile fdW, htiB-i-on «n' miJ 



JOSEPH GENELLA! 

..AT THE.. 

PIONEER CROCKERY STORE, 

180 and 183 Montgomery street. 
Near Jachaon street. SAN FRANCISCO. 

HAVING JD3T RECEIVED A 

NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OP 
GOODS, 



'S.nm-ll 


n K io lib surprise, 


ho knife wn 


InU.n; I)- 


I, instead, too child 


tnsu-ered, w 


"'"'n-,^. 


sir, Father d" n't alio 


v me to eay / 


! belting i 


tbc'TWl Company.' ' 






!" said Iho gi-iilli'm.u 


drawing b« 









"Oil. I 


e cdrrnys belonged 


:o ii. Hnte 








Anil the 


chi'.i tnrned n-itbgD 


rt| .n>"..-n cf 




BOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS 



is the Duhesitaling reply, 
foil W cultivate i^iili't.. i 
tit children. Parents wt 



DAMCrao — Th* 




cr c-C I't.ice. Hi. 

amotion of dun- 
ooicgof tb.'Uld 

Sen- Testament, 
cd by tbebibita 

poilmifis of lb? 


t i: r U- n 11 u m 1 


B ook> 


£S£g A . 


O. MOORE & CO., 


Sat i, wii a >v 


jKrt o/ dii/.mm 


if ili tddMax «r 



SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM, 

Washington Street, Ban Francisco 



FORDHAM, JENNINGS & CO., 




And [.'..;. 1 •.■ r s In 

'LOUR, PROVISIONS, FINE "WINES, TEAS 

WOOOEN-WAHB, ScO., 

Families', Hotel, Ship, Rirmcfs' and Ranchers'. Stores, 
Put up to Order, qnd at the Lowes! Hales. 

g- Hmila ilelimreJ ii.- mam. [9- 10) FO_FtDIIAl[, JENMSOS & CC 




JJ.-WLW^ 




JONAS G. CLARK & CO., 

IJiPOBTER / KMm 

MANUFACTURER Egffi 

FUEKITURE, 

'Washington street, 

SAN Fit AN CISCO. 



t>A</IiA>IENTO, C*L 

FELLOW CITIZENS: I h,i-,i lived oiii-in,: iv,u,-Ln..<i 
ihoortrgltiri'.u? FDIiTV-SIi'B, luff ..„rr..r. : .i .-.ill, 

Ufe°1f J ou " 1,h tnyftmUrdorSm; Ib'o (ermoCmjiimtunl 

enabled mo VpnT Ono' Uuridiod Ce'oli "on' the Ilollor 
ihroilfh ,11 ill,- :.J.-.i-,- r.. r <.„..> i , T „„,,| ,,,„ , 
i fo« roil ■!,.- 1.M.-I,, ...nlinu.j pilr-mane, Ana indue 
nmnU to nil ir patiani like ir lie. 

rjclnim lo i.c Ul c oi.lci BitabUnwl r-cglilinnie 

PorMoiinlhii: ., : '.'- ::":,! |.!: ..Vsorrolhnltb.ro 

1. ,„:,.■}-. I,!!,.,.:,-. !,,::,..„, [>,.,,, , V , ;,„,!, DRD Q. 
1ST =1 Lbora is fa«tiraen a. Dcj:- .r.-l Ml j I i.-l., .„,;,! 
iU-r is.jrc ..j Ulirecn Ib'i.'o rehu hayo [licked up Ibo 



FINEST FTIHN'ITtJRB, 

ODll PRESENT STOCK, 
The Largest citr offered on the Pacific Coait 



"W M . H. MOORE, 

.n Francisco Brass and Bell Foundcry. 

SO. 68 DALLECK .STKEET 




Gango Conks, Cylinder Cocks, Oil Globes, 
Steam Whittle,, Hydraulic Pi pes an d Morales 

_=. nnmiMvn 1 " 111 '! . PUHPOSES. 

10-93i 



F..r«lo«t Iho Office of "lb, jS.*^ | W Wwhlnn'on 



B«ileriiia- that life limed to i>ll, and thai i b q , .•■.,.!., 
l^h^^o^™™lM"lo^c?^lo^6Fl^b < i'l 'f I ^'°'" l! ' llOC,0 
B r otb 5 1 £ j "^ lo anil of 

lend my n l«» (holt bo ONE oftbo boil, IT pot THE 

rii."j in '.M.fTiii.. f. .,i,i Lit. ovcrituins, NEW, 
m »" sTKAt.OE In 11... Dm; line, ni.J esncilally U, 

Pnlont lio.l°tcin C U D"^Md°Cho I in'| , cM t "foTn^o"^ 

(■ri.:!- f .1 ■■■U, .1,1.. .,-,.1 :,|; ,i,l. |. ,;,.„, vi, ,|;, ,.,,., ,,., ,.,.., 



We iiill fumiifa Hi., j b, 



II. ll L ;!.'i 



in.i in.v.iri, .,h,.|-..,i, .;.,:..],. Wo Ihlnli no iron, 
u Irajtarl ihom, and bow to M l| ih ou , lo nUtff thi 
i u I'. |trlce ..nil iiunlilj. At all orenla L'lre m I 
.nd WE WILL THY. ' ^ *"" °" 

12 U. L. P0LUE1IIJB 



THIS MILL IS SOW WITHIN THE BEACH OF 
M.I.; End beil.t >..;, Itu.; ,: I :.ll .;.; !,,:,, \; r,ill,.,m 

■I'll 1 '! Hi" ' |:T[V-i ,,,1 luMl.k.. :xr v.-.-ll :-■ 1 1. ■■ u, ' 

■:■-■> i. ■■n.l.:tl Win,!,,, ill in the irorld. 
Tbt nodci'line.1 hi.lnr fanbucl ibo Ei0Lc!1,E 



Tbo oboco ptico) locludo trci) ibinr re*dj to ertob 

DEPOT OF MAN U PACT LTIIF.. 
Nob. 90 :hi.i •>! Hush Sli-cel, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

ionileunlllb 



ol^Sn 



penltrmiisri 



i.'.r.vc:.' 



The Goods have been Bought at Low Prices. 

Thoy hnvo bean lolHted by hlouolf, Bho has tmnty 



and UIwj buninea. 
1 LOWF.lt fltlCES 



Looblne; Gionsch ! 

H lot of Gilded and Ornamental 

Pier, Mantle-; and Oval, Locking Glasses, 



POLAR OIL. 



30,000 5AH0SS 
REFINED POLAR OIL, 

In Bnmli and Cong, 

FOR SALE AT LOWER PRICES 

Tbin ever before offered in California. 

Purclinsors of Oils would dn woll (o visit orir 

UMtiliilinient, iHtfors tajloj In their trlnter iloek. 

■ V... ivill rouulcola mil ALL m to iioatlty otrJ price. 



T.i-.-i||., ui-.m -hi.ili roniiiiL-u i.' Iii'l f.iMholt luiiuriu 
iter nil other Mill, knoirn, or of irblcb wo have kn. 



C. M'KECHNIE & CO. 

HaHUFACTIIKER 
OF OUSAltENTAL 6TAINED 

WINDOW AND PIjATE 

G L J± S S , 

IND OITT, ALAMEDA l 

OALIFOKKU. 

Wbcrfl tlie Monufiicluror is roailj lo (111 oil OrJera 

for 
STAINED, 

PAINTED. 

ENAMELED, 



ETCHED, 



EMBOSSED, 

BENT, GROUND, 

CRT GLASS, 

To Order or Design, 

nrine; Deilcm Tor Church Window., mid nthor 
Buildings, conitnntly on hand. 

Tbo Manufacturer irnrmnli hii nork not to b 

r Bamplei sont to say part of tbo State, 
STEAMBOAT CABINS 



LAWRENCE & HOUSE WORTH, 
177 Clay street, 

Optical, Mathematical, anil Philosophical 
INSTRUMENTS, 







DELABIGNF, 

i i tNtjlon Merchant, 

sio. no oi»y itmr, ami VtuoIido. 

^O»ta, lC . 1 n t l S p^| J S D SELLBR <* «« «1«fc * 

"/'"* ,]",';"' , ! ," l ;'"'' r ' : ''in aim imfcboio andibTpl 
.■:i ; ;..>l 'l. | .l'r i l„:v. ..I Nl i,-!;Uli;3,T,eo>,Shrubi 
■■■ l: ' ' ■'" ■ l '",' l -i'";<i.'iA a ei.tf.irMmalNiiwcrloi. 
bylpeela^ConU^ 11 " tnf " a f " * *--««,- 






MAOrflFyiNQ GLASSES for BiaralnJng aUARTZ. 



LAWRENCE i HOII3I 



FIRST PREMIUM 

warded by Iho Moehanlc^ Ipilituto Tor tbo btv 
(peoimen of Ptosenod Birds. 

'■Ss. F ' QRTTBEa . 

K NATURALIST, 

n6T- NO. 110 CALIFORNIA BTBSET. ^a 
Roorni Set. IS and 20, Third Floor, 

Sak FiUNclaco. 



-C.lifurnin 111, da' Sklrw, and olhor Hall 



MAIN & WINOTIESTER, 

I Harness, Saddles, Bridies, fis 

f WHIPS, OOLLAHS, 1 ? 1 

SADDLE WARE, &. C ., 



L. HASKELL, 



i.0omis, hall & co., 
:misbion mehohakts, 

pkodtjoe. 







„„«,.. ,-,i.... '_';;•; ';,..;, f - - ,.,«,. , *■ * , '■■ . ;-;,,s,; ™i 

'"/™°™'°^mUi-"»""j'- 1™. ■ I;',',',',;;,;::' !;.!:■' "" .' ■.'■ '• <- ''r.r,'™ 
;' « £."..., r.» ••»- -■ •"!' ••; ■ .. " - - • «•»;. "« Si'V* ""■« 

■ DC ' . . „j >hi> water w.iiiiH-rtil , ,,, ,:„,. ,,.,,-e I,, !■!! L-ntirci> m mi" j ,,.„.,,_ 



ZtM^i the «**« t™"'*™' 1 ! U' 



yon ; but tb 

inJuly- 

should 

ft. river, hud to ranVIe «p lo *«F -*"■ <"" 1 " tr * 
' . „ ii The lee COIUll - " ■■>■■- - 

oMitjcd to freer* up after all. ™, riUli ,| 

were in their glory; c0 ^ T 1 C r ,- r 

Ihcir Imods wilb great unction ; singe "" '■ r "" r ' ' ' 

uuvTbeTmul "ore lnlen.0 there if the thcr- 
m0 mC.er W *™ '"tf -«»*■ ** " *£^g 

the r r '*m !■■■ ,l,.in^ -t =■«■.■!■ "»!"■■■■'■! "■!.;■ -I"- 
be not leave off .inkcrlne; aboul Cuba, nnd Ki.usas, 
high postage, ""J •■»"<"' Circu,,lr P™ d P 1 "' aod 
,l, mbxoiion - , the split io too Dmiiici»«j^» 
Blavn question, 11* Tariff interests, the thirty ml 
lions— njo. tntK ' s ,ne ™ n ' SllJ ' n ° 

„|| these matters go W-'^lw-J"* cSann ^ »~ ( 
havo rroper 'A'™oraeleM """^ "' ''■'"'" ' 
s-wiao-. Be really °™s''' '<■ u0 ""P""*"* onl1 3enl 
up to the North Pole. where the weather can get 
just M told OB it likes, without any rare for any- 
thing at all. 

la bnsr, but not very profitably, so 1 fear. At any 
rate, they seem lo do bat very little tot draw their 
pay, frank letters and documents, .moke good 
cigars, tell capital itoriei, make bunkum speeches, 
let the country lake care of itself, while lh« peopli 

te™lny°to defeat' the- Pacific' Railroad Bill 

t., adv.inee Ilnil gri.il ivurk. ll iviil l""l ly never 

1 upon properly, until the subject enters 



Premium Photographs »» *■ BMa Fair ; 
.*m»ilkdnjfc*«rb«Bo." W B n.ltofon> 

„. 1 , t ,„ 1 --.n.lf t ie..'l^f li.,K of llH' I^1W'"C ' ■'■ 

,, „ ; ,., ( ,, rl ,.,v l -J f , IU 1 b..im,.^,rt.., 11 .l,,, i,!,. 

,f ,bP Secretary of Hie California State Agricul 

uml Society: 

lr *«^lh,B««H«Co nl n 1 itleL...rth t C..li 
f.. r[ ,i,i SCH- AKri.-ullar.il Sm'U-'v ...y 1-"" 

compotaHr pSc5S*"Sd ttKi OrJ 
b TC™sTS»Jn;t«n of Sir. Butb, n^ 
justlj- entitled to the First freiaiuni. 



I Hereby certify that the *«£>«<■ * '"i "' 
,fll,c record of a meeting of the giecut.ve Co. 
rfttf, of tbi, Soeicty^held th^day. ^ ^ ^ 



B. F- BOTJNTKEBi 

UD CI.AY STBBET. 

BUTTER! BUTTERM BUTTERlM 

T HAVE IK STORE, AKB FOR SALE, AT GREAT- 
1 !r reduced prtna ' 



M% &»orl»& aw ■■ 

!^4coir«T«a*Ca"..ii;j,feoap. Dried Arplu.« 
And all other Baod. uiaallT (cW la a Or«e-T Store. 
Tha We ef erocor., families baardia S -hoe« keep 
ad rarraao. ll rMpeelfullT »HciWn- 

onteqoentljl am enabled to loll at prl«a to m^ 



if^ENTAIN VIEW 
PREMIUM 

OMAMHITAI 0A11MW NDKSESY 

B "" ^" M . o'DoKHELL. iToprltlnr. 

I DPFEIL FOIl SAUTTHIS BF.*SOI! AN M 

& UIRII'AIEP STOCK OF 1^ 

ff Or»«m»ntsl Tr.es, Plant. .Hi ™ 

Shrubbery, 

EVEHOXEEKS AND J10SES, 

FBUIT TREES, . 

. >=r his i^SrVi^rKSbB^sS 



FMlllc Mail Sttamslllp ftnipanj's Mm 

XO PANAMA, 

VIA p^mS'b*!^" 

V WIT1 , TUB STIAHBaS OF TUB 

a»t.a «fto,»S,»SSS"» ™ , '*° y 
For New York and New Orleans, 



TUE MAOSIPICBNT 3TEAM:I11P ,rf^ 

GOLDEN AOE, "™ " 

CorcmnMer. 

FoTi'om'iireat Wharf.'wiib the trailed SO'te' H » u, > 
™ tt ™ FBnnWARV 10TII, 



OK BATWHJO 



ioally. 




Pianofortes, Melodeons. 

HEsena millar & coufltaz, 

Ijlnnvticnircri of PIAS0F0RTE8 rniJ ME' 
■ ■ . ■ x u JLODIONS,Bo.toe, ti>0 dtatlUUied «n 

Agency for the Sole of their Instruments, 

MOOUE'S PACIFIC FURSITURE WARE1IOTSE, 

J, I^- Ko one irill P> ■""! du»»UUled wllh too lMtrumeo 
C^VLL AND SEE THEM- 1_ 



True I-awlon nincKlierry. 

TJEtni W LAST STBAMFJt, DC Tl« 1 W« PE£ 

fiOO anperb Plants, 

■JllUB MWTOS BLACKBBIU". 

AN INVOICE Dorchester Blacltbtrry, 

Poor Har. Now VarfeUo. Rnir">e«l«. 
Son QDoiclwrrlei, 

Fjldews and ITawdt Trwhj ji*?™ vnrioties; 
Altfibas, ais now vonclies ; 

Spiheas, very bMnttful ; 
New Ornamental Plants of rnrcklnils. 

- ^^'.'ad OaS^a*™ """'"' ^ "'"" a1 '"' "' AmU ™ 
GlkAVES 



Ibink n Postiiin 

I nmn, energetic and generally and favorably 
ivn to a comrnnnity, and audi being the known 
ractcr and ability of Mr. LangtBn, ire think the 

hailed with ranch pleasure. We knowll will 
.ni all the numerous friends of Mr. L. 




There is late intelligence. JIauy there io nnt like 
the President's Message, and some think, if the 
programme there laid down should be carried ont, 
there will be war with more than one eonnlry in 
Europe and the United States. 1-do not believe 
they eanaltord logo lower with Brother Jonathan, 
for wbco bis "dnnikr is up" be don't care much 
~hnl breaks, nail lit "ill be prellvb-qrc to break 
netting, anyhow. Bat from present symptoms 



iBiAS.-*, have before ua the elreniirr 
niTilL-lieJ nnd earnest editors of this 

Hilly. By this circalar-n gtorions array of 
promised. U'e hope the dawn will be 
r, and every succeeding issue bear sub- 

, ;vidence of permanence and prosperity. 

, onch would ho our wish for one 60 worthy as the 
that ruling spirit of ttic Hesperian. 

ABRTVAL ATTD BEPARTUBE OF HAIXS, 

mooato— Lei™ (Hirt [mtept Boi>i«,i>>. «.....J »rx 

;(ioo— Leaie. daTV (rMtiaiu. j»j.). a. 1 »». 

Antra itt-li <rine[n Miod»j«},ot » u. 



there 



on-t, u.r 



their best friend. The portents of " 



..[ ilur 



I.. Hi.. 



broken nut in Secvia; Italy is in a s 

taentj Turkey is in trouble; England is al a loss 
whullodn; Prance dr,t3 not ..ire a fit; t-,[i,il she 

r|.,,., r,r lillii Hill- M'JiIS if 'lie liu'lil- n' nil. end 
rlii. '.■.■rfi.iiMunm.iL.llu tliralth- ■i.iiiehuily ; Cu-.in 
l.i,.k- i.i.luilv iijx.ii llie dark v."uu-i rolling over nil 
the land; lire uml M.iuJ uui; .■i.i.ini|i|.i.ir njioii lilt 
Surface of th,.- re, lie... v.M.-r.. IVtinny Mln-tl a 



AnnivAL or the OvUKLAsn jImi^Four D>vj 
Latch-— The singe from St. Loois, January 2Tth 
reached this city yesterday afternoon at 3} o'clnck, 
having mode the trip in U days, H\ hours. Two 
days Inter nclrii I'r.iru V'a=l]iiii;lLiri, llirte Jnys Inter 
from Sew York, and E>iropean ndyiecj to the Blh 
January, ha? ■ 



crl<Dd rli'Sili itbi- * »r.oi«j Tou«d>J, 01..3 10 ia. 
WTiolBoalo Prodaco Report 

[CurnXlerl bj L™.kiI., ii .'I '. (■■•. C. rnini'.i.nj Ml reliant' 

tVbMl, Pcorl, 12 M2S27S I Pabiuei, Pewl.(2 DiS S 1 
■»._■_ I -.. .1.. ..-w.. ■ 1, r , ■■. , -^ 



SEWING MA CHINES! 
First Pr emiu m, 

WIUT MACmSB TOOK Tilt. FIRST Am ONLY 
Proniluto for WORK, at the Sialo Fair, at 

M ° tIa OR0VER 4 BAKER'S. 
Wliii Machion leek Flrjt Frcmiom fer " ork at STo- 

el 1I ai.-- , "!'.-i'.i J n Franri-L-i.J 

GROVERfi BAKER'S. „ , 

V,-!,..i ii .-..I- t-'i- Vir-.lT...ai'1-i. ..1 ,.m Jose COealy 
,ir [■■[■ 1-' ir-.-T^i.nin^ Jn.l LiaOTtnuerj I 

' iiHoviiU * i).m;i:r'i= 

I Kill clearly itato that I bare tbo documents to prora 
.llihoanovai 
17 tKSar 



By the Pnnanu Eft * 1 "°5_ - ^° mp °^' 



Ihe Isthmus to Aspinwnll, 



(mr Orlesoa. cernpaey nod ii- U. S. Hall Suarn- 

(m^, !»••> ■alharltrSJ A,eaL. to .ell their TiakeU, 



liln Com.-aaj, bat* ouTharlied '»" ■''' 
rdalrod by hoklen oll'iiel lie ficc et 



• ..auure far rdapmeai will be reeelrrf on hoard the 

...■.,.'.,„, ;.,vlo.-k,.Vla( J bl,PriJiiy,F-;b™rrlOit 

rt Fo«rd»wsll«Wjhlw»^^^ 



■'. OUlco for In iMpia-i! 

' "'"'"" c "' 1 " F Sf 1 C ii^ 1 "Z EAUCOCK. A.-eal", 
ior of Sacroraeotr. aod Lt-iJocl-'nl ■'!'''■ 



Comotaf'. Ollieo for lis .UpraeaL 
t^/orlrcssbtor,,^.^^ 

California Sttam Mavigatien Company. 



Tlie Genuine Dry PUsLU 

SANDWICH ISLANDS, 
JACOB SCHRIEBER 



GRAPE-VINES AND FRUIT TREES, 
^M , 300,000 Native Vines, 



jp»V 2,000 Booted Vines, 

(EtabraclDft flftcen Foreirja Yarloliod, which will 
32ft A Dne nrwrtmoat of Grafted and Budded W, 

z£l FRUIT TItEEd, -I- 

Comorinlair the Choiceit Varieties. 
Apply 1° A. I1ARASZT11Y, Sonoma-, 

Or to O- W. KIS7.ER, Cbnoo'i Saw Mill, 



. ■■■ J .. ... M.tltCiY i», IB5J. 
ilrpoirnrc *iJy/ra=i Jjj*» h» "" " vtlarf, el 

OAJIRYISO UNITED STATES MAIL. 



U. VI . 1^1. w.l. Ii 

if Market nnd B 



San Franc'lsco. 



Gas Fixtures'. 

THOMAS DAY, importer, is c.Ti-l.mllv r.--:'!ii-ir..r«tA5 
.;iiA:;i.i:i.ir.!i-. m-:;[>aNt , iiK.u'Ki:r=. n- , 
,.,,.] ,.-■.■,., yrUinc .-.nuc-.-it-l iriih the Gas busiccia. For 

"'aI| '..-"- I- - .11 in tbe city, pet uyibr eil-t re-,..--:| e.-.r' 
,.,-., r, I ..jrr .r.lc.1. TB0JIA5 DAY, 

IBS llonlsoraor, ilreet {.near Jaekson ilreol), 



SACRAMENTO ADVERTISEMENTS 



EIPPON & HILL, 



laLn." McAno do '.'.-tO: \ ItoaabTlulow, V D> •■" <ti 
Belnll Prices at Washington Horkat— Feb. 1& 



Mut Korici.— OperoUona of the Untied Stale? 
Branch Mini, Sao Fraaclsco, for the fortnight, 
cadlng February 13, I8H0: 



£ BKs/uici 

umlun, T- doi 

.orulnt. pioi -...■ 

Cilib^o, tl 



Total on rubor of 



i. il. 



r. I .villi miloivi, i r . r I i ( I . - . 1 « . -.vere Kril11 t..,| ,„.,,', 

J. Kll ]., ■■ ■ ). II I . ,|l.l .ll I 1,1 .1 ".I- .ll ■■ |l. I „:,.. . , 

ami t.. Him Mi-.'..-, l.-riny, Siiii iB i..t niel 1..,. It ' 



S.i.-;';-;i. 



PACIFIC MANUFACTORY 

J3TV£I'OjrCl*TJJVl 
olunfaetunrs or all klbds of 

@ai.js?jsi|8s 35 IBagflijis, 

Largo and Small, for every business, 



200,000 * -, 

FRUIT TEEESS 
TO BE SOID THI3 SEASON 

T 

IRBBS 



PHOPIIIETOR OP 

<>■ .il,VMI-:o. . 

oatin sleek of FRUIT 
ilhod to make known t( 
aro, that bo will offe 
to make it an object fo 

Ihe most daairnblo kinds i 



PI I Ij'l.. I :[.t. L. ^.rOCJIL, 

CO^FIDKNCt 

HfXEN HENSLEV', Capt. E. C. M. ChadwJck 

I'l.lVl' t I ■ [.! t'i.-.' TLi.irUF 

■■"■-•''' M/OaptB-CoBklln. 



Harysvill 



Colnsa, nnd 

Red SInffs. 

^r.paitlculare Inquire ol tbe Offlca of tbo Conrpan 



Recular Dispatch sLli 

FOR HONOLULU. 

-~ OLIPPBB BAEKS , 



|4vAMtEB 



CAPTAIN JAUES 1 
CAPTAJN JOHN P 



U:,'- re.-ular ill-patcll '" '" 

r„, V^-ij b-iiin;,- JUiiciier iKC'jmniwJalloils— or 

Froleht. apply to ^^^ & KBRttlLU 

- tl and Ji) CohJeralnitret-t, 



Thisilock «»,«- 
.„,iin...7 lT r.-bi-„, i,r tbefelluaingtll 

APPLE, 

PEAR, 

PEACH, 

CHERRY. 

PLUM. 

APRICOT. 

NECTARINE. 

FIQ, and 

QUINCE 7Ve« 

from one to three yean old. 

Also, ORAPEVlNi:-, irK.Ui'i:! 1-itY. ..r.-l i 

H.l-l'li!'itl:Y I'l-ini . L-flLiiANT, and —A 

litJiX^EPEItHY Boshes. rTJrfe; 

Ornamental Plants and Shrubs, X^Sk 



The prleel. In all oasat will ho Tory Ion, a> I Int 

1-. ■„.>„! in, 1,0-ine.-.. The ll.i.d^n an, I Surrtl 
acatcd at Alameda. The Oaklon-! Perry -boat at 

I u fdi dircetiy 

'si'.' !■'"'; ii \\ : l;<\ l.n.LIAMf. unMorahantslraoI, 
rill :,■■! in ii, r Arr.Til-. i. b,.,,. Tree. ,- in 1^ -eon. nn.l 
.. !. r. ■:. e leli, and ..here 1 shall eflon be fi.nu.1. 

11 A. 11. MYERS. 



FI..I 1'. vi-ira t> & 1 00 

'..'■ '■"-,, 1- b^arJi ".. 12j 



!leH„- L r(-''Vi:l'" 



TdAI Xooia Asimal, rne Hoksr..— Mr. J.S.T. 
lor, the Yoterinur, Surgeon, on Mnrltet .Ireet, ! 

appeatanco or the JTorsc us be oppeara under ... 
the diiBuc* ibul hone^/lrili it hrir to." Ii ii an ud- 
mlruble engra V i nl!i „ n j ( j,ould be In the linnds of 
all stable-keeper, or owners Of horses. We value 



h''",', "'''J' Tortoi 1 ? *>»"■■.." 
Pin 

ii'=.".' :;;";."i;.Vi^ 



Tub Lai 



Tue Late Sruim,-The i ul e i onK „!„ „!!! snt- 
i-lV ll.e ulraoul wants of Ihe fanneru of our Stale. 
There eau he no eicuso now that plowing cnnnol 
be done. Keep on plowing, farmer,, aod have o 

r II ,' ILiiniliA-r nf nrn.q In Mm^n ._a, 



OjrMB 



.a,Vro 



...3JH 



'J.J ijr.-je.il, 

lrnportp.1...-.L-'i .; .-.",: 



Via... 



OHAS. 2EITLER & CO., 

American and English 
jd-m-.»Mh»= *»»■&- _^»«Lsb:<_: 9 
IB FINE CUTLERY, 

» FARMERS' MECHANICS' 

a^iscrxiiis' TOOLS. 

144 J street Sacramento. 

m-AfullaHorlmontef Ike 

Beit Agricultural Implements 
HARVESTING TOOLS, 

GRAIN CRADLES, 



30,000 

FRUIT TREES, 



"W M . . B . HUNT, 

HIDES, SKIII8,|^ 
WOOL and TALLOW. • "" * 
,tc on Second meet, near H", 

aAOHAMEKTO. 






b^koreh'njelJol'i 



■ : ■";■ , , "' ■;'"V'li.:.' N 'i,V- J ii"ri 1 i,,.. ,,, .V.'V. : .' 
iT'lS™ "'■'-a - *) ''" FjM "° 

luiipjo,™ 3 ^ i»™£i. fliiavw 

uaajPJO.oo ■■-?%.] _do »j> buocB-O ieais 

i"--".. I' c ■;■■.■ .'. .1., I. r ,.- 

njllib Wslnuoi, P D iBo | Crah Apilo. 7. .'. " Z^ 



Pioneer Establishment. 

PORcorloK0fFI31I s fallklndJi. 
,tuir..rii,»m..u.,, l] , rl , [ „. hams. 




S:,lt.,-,t.,i|..,i ,r .,„ ,lirj ■ J 1 1* i i.'i.'iil'l-n. 



in-:' i i.'i.'iii'i-ii. ' 

-'" --M IlijIldiUU', 

Saeratminl 




A. L. EDWARDS & CO., 

G R Vlf R°I E S , 

At 61 Clay street, above Front, . 

A L. EDWARDS A CO. HAVE JUST OPENED 

Clio ice Family Grocer leu, 

which they oHor at the lowest rate. ; 
FLOUR— Sopvile-r h mo .Is of domestic. 

L-OliN'-MLlAL-i'ie li.ii, lit. ^ aiiJ 50-lb sacks. 
jJI : 0K»VI1EAT-MF.AL— Hominy, coarse and 6ne, 

Corn- it arch. 
C.".il-l , i;[:-"1.l lie-.-einment and Qroen Java, and 

■ ni.-ri-T Rio. 
TE A3— Superior fresh Grcou and Black, In G, 12, 

CANDLES-Choinicai, Sperm, Wear, and best qnal. 

Sin Vli-i.'ru'neJ,T'°"'lerod and Crown. 
CHKl^K-l.'alifnrnia and Durham Farm. 
PlcKLCe— Erj.-M.-b a„.J (.'jlUerui, I'icklei, in pints 

I'm: !ue']-.':'-L-n'ellih and Amoriean Plo-FrnlU, In 

clan and Tire.. 
iliL-t'blnn Nul.1.iil,intin>aod]ars. 
Yeast poivtiru.-— Pic-i,.,, ,-j Merrill... Hope Mills 

Mostabd— CBJiforaia, Eaclish and French. 

Ovbtibs— Tho raottdeilruhle brands. 

Cocoa— Paste, Sht-ll?, and oriekod Cocoa, Broma. 

Staucii— aicnCaltl Patent 

:Uu.. ■ Me..!— la uuurui and half-callon jars. 

l-,ei,„,T.Arlarana5odn. 

Presorres— all kind; Jams, Jellies, Sauces, tic., In 

Oufouslemora may rely upon avory atUelosold by US. 

Tftc Pn'tcj, m erenj respect, Low. 
Good, delivered free ■■! cW, ; e. i.. aai part of the eUy. 
A. L. EDWARDS A CO., 
No. Bl 0" ■ 



CITY OF SAN JOSE. 
D . T . ADAMS, 

■am rtEai'KcmibLY iNFortHa 1113 friends hu 

SlS the public- lhal he hat Tar sale a choice Hook of 

APPLE AND PEAR TREES, 



or growth, lofflve o_.. 
1(. rSKMlV. 



<, r .:,'. / r:.Mt';";i.''.i':l : ""''.! 1 'e;: l ;. 'T't'\'"^'' p n, p ri «™ 

I'J, It-"'", l.ir ,!,.. ill --Y aI'n.'i ■".■inii'jr.'r'lV." 1 ' '"' i " : '' 

OrlVtl ' l Z' r *l','* T 'l" ."^.'.el' 1, ilu.rarl-:-, 



Premium Marijig \yorhva 

E»- J. .DEVI-NTE a= BROTHER 
HACRAHENTO, CAL. 



l.uilir- : ■-. . ';.,;"' V "' '■■'■' - 

-'■' '■■ j.-.i.i-. i.i ! .!i'.i... i. .!'. ,';.|. ''.'; , : "" ; l; ' ■■'■■• 'i-.'-nij 
!■■■ i" ■.. ; ..j , i ,'.,-, ,. .-.■;■; , ':: 1 "■ ■'■".■ 

■'i-i|.i-i:'.-i.t'ii l !i:T/'"! , '..; l i l ;,: "■■".■ "'■ ' ; l - ii . 1 -'; "-;'h 

| I ™»»W«awplWiljibywB., 



To Poultry Raisers. 




OAyjIFOHIT IA IfA-ElStCLEm. 
List of Agonu. 

Von^m""^"^ "ii"' ir °&°"'* <*'■«""- 

J. II J-ttLL. n.i.-'.i^lan.l«u,S.r,fVo«rt.m. 

!.' i 1 ' I', 1 ', II i;';^:' ,, ;.' J ;.;^' F ' ,u '^ ii ree^Woai™r»." 

. „ .. SVmsljjti AirenM. 

r !'■'■',""' I ' , ' ,r,v,,|! ' ' : , 1L r. \t »^«- Sahtaipilan. ana 

",;'[■ u'.'-T''-'.'- '' : ' -'';':■ 7 '-;."^'.i"'' ji.^j.*'™' 1 



'", '■'■111' ■■!,. |T..' .'.!. , .,... ",,. ■ j '.,..' ", ,' 'j" ' '|" "■ '" 

31 lu [ °" aa "^^^-- 




VOLUME XI. 



SAN FKANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNINO, FEBRUARY 26, 1869. 



NUMBER 4. 



Eire (Mitais fanrret. 



) JODBSAL 

oai.otia'. 



Editor ul Fioprltlor. 



PDnLISBEH EVERT FRIDAT I 
e— .Vfl. 130 FTuftinjfiia ilrnt (apslairsj, San Fraaci 

so new (ubicribera, ■ iVxcb copy will be Hot [ratio. 

U and Sabscrlpiicns nut tig paid 



,.3r,i 



HORXICDLTDRAI, ESSAYS. 



itoh FumxB: To continue tbe subject or ir- 
rigation, from where wo left off last week: we 
never ftund it necessary, for the benefit of 
tie fruit, to water either the Pear, Apple, Plum, 
>r Quince, or the Apricot or Cherry, as before 
itoted; nnd should it ever become necessary loir- 
■ignle either of the first named frails, extreme an- 
ion most be observed, for the following reasons, 
which will be plain to every practical man : The 
ar, Apple, Plum, nndCherry,/o™ their fruit-buds 
r tbe nest year's crop upon short "spurs" of the 
-rent year's groath, and these "spurs,' 1 Ihorjltr 
II! In '; '; . r i :■■-::- -i. -I '■■■ -ufti'd l-< the n.'.'i r-.f" l!". (nr.-j 
ring the dry season^ are very liable to become e.e- 
cited, and preieat Ihesnielta £n full bloom at aid- 



t fruit 



.ally o, 



called D 



■s that thcsi 
and prodnc 



what 



"second crop" of fruit. To coll it a 
;rop" is ridiculous,- for in order to do thai, 
he neeatary that those same fruit-spurs 
should preriouaty hare gicen another crap earlier m 
lesane season, something that could occur with 
.a early variety of Cherry, but not so likely tu oc- 
cur with Pears or Apples, which ripeu after the 
first of August. This rarely occurs, though il Is 
by no means unusual lo see blooms ujion fruit 
trees late in the season, and to sec parlially-dc- 
doped or half-grown fruit ; but in every instance 
here what is called the "second crop," is pro - 

growth, that hare been excited lulu bloom, in 
which instance the crop will mature with our long 
seasons and bright sun- 
In the February number of the Cullurist is ncut 
.in<i ile;eripiion uf a Duche==c d'Angouk-nic I'c-ar, 
second growth. The first crop is slated to bare 
ripened In September and October, and the second 

ripening. Could it then be possible that the same 
"spurs'' which produced the first crop in Septem- 
ber and October, also produced the second before 

lehichonghl to hare lain dormant for OantXtjftOT. In 



besides weakening your tree 1 
r those "two crop: 
phenomenon not often seen i 
which, it is to be hoped, 
be guilty of doing here, nfte: 
theory of cause and effect. 1 
npply irrigation to trees of this doss. 



unden 



prefer 



nd 1 would 



I my Ir 



Utile 



.0 risk the casualty of 

i el that season of the year, liy 
applying much water.* 

b beard persons claim an advantage in 

gelling these two crops in one season, bat in tbi; 

■euro perfectly satisfied when our 

Bsrtlctts end Duchesses arc beading under the 

weight of onr (Top, each specimen of which weigh- 

g variously from twelve to twenty-aloe ounces 

oirdupois. I can very safely assert that 1 have 

vcr seta on inferior specimen of fruit growing 

)on a healthy tree on these grounds (and the 

trees here are nlf healthy), nnd our success, of 

to attribute to tbo treatment lo which we 

•abject our Lrecs, from Ilic very parting point in 

" e nursery, and which we steadily pursue up to 

e period when they become bearing trees in tho 

thorn. To make the whole matter perfectly 

nin, I win give Hi tieatmuni of the tree, from 

c seedling just planted in the nursery row, nnd 

inging it down each year successively, till we 

have tbe tree in the orchard, swaying in the bree« 

irden of fn.il— rich, raelti 
andjnlcy. And I here wi„h it to be distinctly 
uoderstood, that what f relate is strictly tbe 
tical operations of things here; anil Hie result of 
Ibem, the itolilmrn fuels In figure-, iu tho problem 
has been worked out here, nod for which, as slat. 

We will suppose then the trees lo be one y 
old seedlings, nnd planted iu rows three feel fr 
each other, and, if Peaches, twenty inches from 
each other in the rows, and, if Apple, Plum, Pear, 
or Cherry trees, from twelve to fourteen inches 
apart in the rows. If planted In January or Febru- 
ary, and tbe rains have been plentiful, tbey will 
make a Sac start In tbe spring; but, as we are 
often late In planting, we have lo plant in a dry 
time, and in tbi, eB(e jtj pat lo0 llconl on , hc 
pomp, nt,u MUM B (treom o( vUcr u fuI[0(v Bftor 
each row of irea M ], ^ pinned. Thus they are 
nerer alloieed to suffer far leant af moisture- and we 
always aim at keeping L „ „ t"}.™^ through 
Ihe ur/ji part of the sca,on, and aU , ht irryatitm re- 



ncri. Hoot 



nmf nrcrr applied After the hit Ktr& in July, 
pursuing Ibis course, our young seedlings in 
a very vigorous growth, arc seldom nffceled v 
the "red spider" (the great plague of this hot 
dry locality), nnd ore in fine working order thro 
the "budding^ season, nnd have ample rum to 

ante offtaten branches consequent upon being cai 
by frott in a green ttage of the reoorf. Tho sec 
we pursue the same course, that is, la b 

grafts planted the first rear, 

our to six feet in bight. They nre also beaded 

inck to different bights, to cause them to branch 

it bend out to soil the laste of purchasers. At 

he cad of the second year's growth, such trees as, 

for instance, Apple trees, will be from eight to 

ulvc and fourteen feet high, with well balanced 

1 branchy bend-, while the -'L-i'dlings whitli Wirt 

.riled the fame spring ns ill ij "'HI jrriifH, li»vi[]|> 

in budded Ibatsnmo season (the bud, of course, 

ng dommnt for that season), the second year 

ey being well established iu the soil) will moke 

rowth nearly equal lo the root grails, which 

have seen row after row of ouc yciir'.- growth 
Cherry trees, that were twelve ond fourteen Teet 
h ; Pear trees, same age, well brancbi.-d, from 

to ten feet in bight; Peach trees by the thcu- 
i|, Month- branched a foot and a half from tin 
und, nnd elegantly pn>p'.>rliinu-!l, that would 



oil in this t< 

t sloughs, wl 

id us, without the nld of 

aid he impossible, nnd not 



growth 
ept only the rich and 



rchnrds, 



igbborhood several very 
iwing without the old of 
ant ore doing very nicely 
o largo vineyards ; bat If 



idecd; also, 

they had the coi 

make much more progress; nnd progi 
ant in this fust age and com 

I be ditfirence of a season mnkcan grci 
i the profits of Ibe orchard \ and thai 
ilticolion ahich Kill eavt three yean ■ 
ringing your orchard into bearing, (j cert 

riiltir uf tbi- L'?Uiljlishmcnl, who has had amph 
ppcrtunity nf testing the fuel. 
Trees grown as i have described, and of lh> 
ir.e and ago mentioned, are now In ritvliii^- t<> hi 
-ansplnntcd lo Ihe orchard. Tuking for granlei 
inir i^n.und- are in fine order for plant inn — rich 
i. --ply pl.in-cil. and sub.-oilt<l, all marked off nm 
IS holes dug, with the trees laid out to each hole 
■lla all bruised roots carefully pared smooth bo 
ire planting ; and after being planted the lop nni 



inhv.orlh 



liable i 



and you 



1 of ci 



(in 1.1 - 



red froi 
goad trt 



planted in good land, and havinj 
inlagcs nf being earlyand well plm 
: prepared to make a good start a, 

Our practice now is, nollo o//oirii to it„p •/?r,Kin-j 
; and if it should 






a plan 



In the 



illy dry.wilb considerable dry winds, 
ecs will soon give indications, of making but 
ill growth. Thit ire at once counteract by irri- 
gation and frequent tuc of the horn eultitalor, to stir 
the soil nnd to prevent it forming a crust on the 
surface after being watered, as well as keeping it 
free from weed", than which nothing so soon uh- 
sorb3 tho moisture from the earth. Frequent vie 
of the culliealtirlottnithcntcutityoftaueh irryalion, 
the moisture being readily perceived beneath the 
loose soil ns deep ns the cultivator has stirred it. 
By this means the newly irnnsulnuted tree makes 
a. very flattering growth by the timo we cease to 
irrigate, say the last of July, and il will continue 

growth and mature its wood before tho "damps of 
autumn sink Into the leaves, and prepare tbet 



II pruned, rather clos 



t first, b 



lug, tht 



tltaln size and density of 
aiier traying a four or live years' growth mnde, 
tl'iy will then, according to their kinds und habits, 
be In full bearing order; and after they oacu begin 
to produce heavy crops, they consenncntly make 
less growth of wood, and require therenlter but 
little pruning, Blq(l tli(lt princll , n || y M „ finc d lo 
thinning out branches where they are crossing 

It being then nn admitted fa^t, tbat trees can he, 
and that they are, grown [ Kn ,i [„ Wll[ p „ ta „ f [h[ 
Stale very eiteiHiii-ly gran,,, wiih u m the aid ol 
snmmer irrigation, wo claim oaf;, this advantagt 



■nneft leu lice ice can attain a much larger and finer 
free ; hence we irrigate In attain rice and body to the 
tree; nnd having attained that, we also get, fn 
m«c* lea time, a muc* larger quantity af fruit. 

TFe have also painml nnntlur i.hjcct : our trees, 
from the first, become so well eitablished in the eoit, 
baring never been permitted to tuffer thrauyh draught!, 
hat* rooted deeply ; nod tho roots, also, instead of 
being inclined alt in run <struigut down, some of 
them are ramified, or -presiding near tbo surface, 
this being induced from the moisture they receive 
from the surih 






dation to know that his crop il 



ii ilidi rence liL-twecn the two modes of 
s this: the man wbo purines the one, I 
usiness before him ; is never pressed Tor 
ilways a day to spare if he desires It, n 
in of good results. But he who pursui 
:, is driven by his business; is always pr 
me; bos never an Idle day, and the results, if 



..,^1, u: 



nbyk 



-ping tl, 



lultivaloi 

Having tlicn atlaiuid a lit.iring s i:e, nnd becomi 
tbttt DSlnblishcS, such trees produce more fruit 
and of farocr liie, than the same trees would havi 
done hud they received the best of Irc-iuncnl a 1 
the hands of the opponents of irrigation. Thi 






,|....ik 



I, for 



benrri 



n fie I 



1 is, to g 



To Ii. 



n in the bat man 



■.it !■•'-[: a f.Ti : .ll 'leal 'It' Itliioiy. wli'-rc 
ities do not exist, for irrigntin^ u|iun 
scale, aad to erect sleant-parnpB, lay 
with all their incidental expenses ; but 
But tho question ns il now presents 
itself is, whether irrigation is a necetiity in fruit 
id also, whether in the future the pros- 
pects will justify tbe expense, supposing the 

in land thnt will produce good grain cropi, 
ards can be tueeeaiftilly cultivated trithout eum- 
leatering. This is a fixed fact. But if you 

He talk of the opponents af the system, those urho 
'bat trees yrotrn trithent irrigation [and who adto- 
Ihefact as if it vers meritorious) are better than 
gntrn by irrigation. I say to you, use your 
facilities, for it is the tnost natural iray of carryiny 



Olflcj 



ircflsrfn 






r of the , 



satisfied. Doe 

i suppose, that after tbo lengthened cxpcrieni 

proprietor has had, in testing In a salisfacloi 

iner both systems here, that if ho was not pe; 

ttisfied upon the point, he would still coi 

i turn hundreds of cords of wood iui 

nd go to all the other necessarily largee: 

if Irrigating from filly lo seventy-five acn 



etly 



: thai 



Idle 



r froi 



c would call the attention of on 
.nncxed letter from Col. Henley, 
if Indian Affairs, whose opportun 

ve. Our readers uf Hie Inst year 

her that we pnfalltlieu a valuable lelt 

Henley upon the same subject, about a year since, 

oucbingtlio results on the Indian Reservations, 

md tbey nre so veiy gratifying we uro astonished 

hat every farmer dots not practice extensively a 

lystem so conclusively excellent nnd profitable: 

ain Fu-tciico, CnL, Feb, 17, 1K». 

Eoiron FAnucn : On the 22d of February last 1 

iddrcsscd you a communication on the subject of 

the Summer Fallow, or Spring Plowing, ns pecn- 

-ly adapted to California farming. As this is 

i season of the year lo commence thnt system, 1 

heg leave lo refer to the subject again, nnd tu call 

alluded to. The importance of giving proper 
ntion tu Ibut :.uhji:i| cm scarcely be calculated. 

The firmer-, if they choose to do bo, can easily 

double the quantity of land they cultivate, and 
|- will find that the labor can bo much more 
ily nnd pleasantly performed. Our'crop upon 

the Indian farms, which was snwn in the manner 1 

bate niggled, litf'ore tho COI 



n- full. i. 



Iik;1.i. 



ring the ground all overwilh n 
ot growth ; leaving no doubt or unccrtointy 
tevorastolhe result of tho crop. But that 
which was sown upon lauds plowed in the ordi- 
nary way, since the rainy season commencd, pri- 
nce, and for freshness 



s fort 



i.lor.i 



Plow ; 



i il i 



corn, pumpkins, picmelonB, or anything else Ihnl 
will feed hogs, ond yon will hnvc feed enough to 
fatten all the hogs yon can raise, besides having 
your lands In tho very best condition for the fall 
crop. The summer crop will 



the i 



8 plowing, 1 



Hence, you com- 
>3 of the fait crop with value of 

t serv't, Tiioa. J. Hexliy. 
ts from bis letter, referred to, 



lyed by tho delays of 



California winter. But he w 



? it is our object, on tbe Reservations, to pi 
i ns much grnln as possible, our plan Is to ph 
ng the entire rainy season, and until we i 
ped by the dry season ; and to sow all (hat 
plowed before the rains begin in the fall. 



be turned to advantage by plan 
if planted early (a little frost di 
produce from len lo thirty bush 



(Ecr 



tho Pnturo, 
not Hegloot the Present 
Enivon Fannin: While in Britain, proper 
pos.-il'k- means bus been resorted to, for 
time, to have tbe iiraetiin .-.f Agriculiure conducted 
innccordancc with tin- leailiin^. nf. Science — intrc- 
lnnd, owing to ninny reason-, like everything el -e, 
it has been very much neglected. Now, however, 
n brighter day seems dawning on thnt unfortltnnto 
island, and Agriculture is there beginning to re- 
ceive the attention which it deserves, tl is from 
KiigNiml thai Briti-h Agriculture has spread over 
the whole British Islands. But so nssidnnus have 
the farmers of Scotland been, since a better system 
was introduced nmoog (hem, thnt they hnvc sne- 
eeeilcit in outstripping ns scientific farmers those 
of England. For whkb rcaion, tbo In-'i land- 
lords, with n view to have their Inods cultivated 
on correct principles, noxiously look 



igmu 






t> go o 



dry, whom they n 



sels has been 



. .y .1 






being gradually 
i Agrieulli 



luced into Irclar 

ulture wblcb can be suggested, would consist lo 
very farmer having an opportunity of becoming a 

ions us Agriculturists may he p resumed competent 
o convey would be needed. But ns n temporary 
node of affording information, the latter is deserv- 
ng of much regard. Tho Commissioner of Pat- 
ents, in his Agricultural Report for 1356, strongly 
ids the appointment of competent persons 



|.,r lh.,1 






ensible, 



turist," 



Ibusins 



might i 



■o result; by devoting 
Mdilyand nielu.lv.ily to tho matter, by visiting 
ffercnt States, and conferring with those most 
[crested iu Agricultural pursuits." 

(.'! go ".Slates" into "Counties." nnd I agree 

ith binv. But if, in Ireland, il is found advan- 
tageous to have at least one Agriculturist on cvery 
ipal estate throughout the euuntry, 1 believe 
that the desired improvement would lie mat trial ly 
delayed, by making Ihe labors of such an officer 



nl.ru.- 



ange fro. 






ii latier 



ild bo of imporlnnco ti 
!m« aide by sldo ; and 
ugbt to do something mor. 



farm according ti 

gnrdtowhntnur 

All this could 



so principles, without any rc- 
icr practice may huvo been, 
explained in on Agricultural 
tught In such a way as would 



soil. It for- 



would he i 
this Stale 
of Patent; 



lor men to those wanted 
nre obtained from a 
r pretty much resembles 
licit they undertake to 
g* arc different; and It 
: c.v-i iniiiil that such an 
confined to those who 
them tn modify their 

AGnicoti. 



Natural History of the Country. 
We most earnestly commend the following cl- 
ient suggest inns of the Governor of llassn- 
usctls. relative to cillccling iin.l preserving tha 
.lurol History of the State. The same views 
token by Gov. Bnnksin this important matter, will 
npply with equal force to our own Stnto, nnd to 
cry Stale of our glorious Union ; and we trust 
is subject will receive immediate attention at the 
inds of those who can control such matters, 
te matter nf a Stale Geologist, which has heen 
fore our Legislature— the value of tho services 
at could be rendered to tho Slate in such n case. 



in glov. 



oask, 



array of nature's gems bo found 
State? What is wanted is an en- 
larged and liberal view of such matters. Tho 
good, as well as the honor and glory 
., would bo vastly promoted by liberal 
expenditures in such matters, ami we could copy 
(ith profit tho picture of thoso States and Kb. 
ions that have set ns nob].? numple- of collecting 
nd preserving specimens of tho wealth within 
heir own hnrders. Wo rejoice in our heart of 
icnrls lo see this mnttcr so nobly set forth by tbo 
hicf Xuigistratc of our native Stale : 
The Secretary of the Hoard of Agriculture, upon 
Ipletdd, within tho past 






ie Si. He. 



I.:a.-I blend her i-lfort-.' n 
■of individuals, nssoeiali 
partially or altogether duvotci 
for tho initiation of a work, II 
"i would shed additional 



of tho 
:o, creditable 

:-ugg,-,tive of 



tbe cooperative 
ind Institutions, 



lie ought t 



■1 that the 



which hi 

rely rely on tho subsi 
of those who labor perhaps under son 
udieo against his Innovations. Bcs 
ig on tho spot nl different seasons, he v 
i to ascertain at once the true cans 
failure, and he bettor qualified to pulut 
ting advantages. 



iperly 



n Ireland, t 






veil; n 



h Agriculturist is employed by almost 
landlord who has his truo interest nt heart. 

n superior man to many who readily find 
employment as such nt liberal salaries in ill 
miitry; for the reason that our farmera > 
ffercnt class af men from Irish peasantry ; 
p not think that, In California, wc would 
uch trouble in finding several who nre 
scholars nod gentlemen, ns well ns practical 



farmers. 










It may take us seme 


iui 


before v 


succeed in 




ullural l.'ul 




is lied. The 


appointment o 


one or 






at Agricul- 


nrists, to vlsl 










would so far su 


iply the 


a si 


denituiii 


nnd would 


it least, ercnli 




. 


improve 






be risk 


if r 




dormant till 


hnt time; and 


would 


llso 


ncccssnr 




way for such an 


iustltnt 








We neod not 


blush t 


ndmit that 


ur Agrieul- 



conducted 

•Inciplcs. Wc have come from Slates nnd Conn- 
ies where tho climate bears little resemblance to 
irs. It is not our former practice which wo 
ighl to ndupt, but an nltcrcd application of those 
principles on which It was founded. Hence it 
loruos imperative with us la understand those 
ociples. Every common farmer cannot be oi- 



llie Coum 

■ In 1 ... I :_i r 

.ml lluri- 



ild enable her instructed people 
e stages of existence through 
uothiug to Deity? Neilhcrtho 
i, nor the ngenis are wanting 



..-.ler^i and genius lmvo accom- 
lt., i.< ,dnio-t eniir.-ly undeveloped 



led. Wc 






s devoted In jrieni-e, collections 
•ns that would hooor European cabinets, 
ly exhibited, enthusiastic young men to 
career of Humboldt, and Audubon, in 
,*idcly directed inquiry; and among in- 






-L llu-ir 



ivLdi s 



Hon- Flout AlfaUa. 

The time is nt hand and now is, when the Al- 
falfa should be very extensively planted. Bo sure, 
ou oil light, eaudy, alluvial soils, which Is tho very 
best, plow deep, subsoil and plow several times, to 
prepare the ground well at first, fur once te-ell dons 
is best done; nnd Alfalfa, once in tho ground, it 
remnins for years, Ihe rnots penetrating mnny feet. 
Clammy land is not fit for Alfalfa; light, sandy, 
loamy hmd Is the best. Persons wanting Alfalfa 

lee advertisements in our columns, llesssr- 
Mooro£Co.hnvcsomeorYeryoxtmqnnlity. Persons 

listnnco can send to us and wo will act for 

i fancy pictures In thu agricultural report of 
the patent office, lust year, MSro ruthur costly, 
;h not extraordinary specimens or art. In the 
i edition n horae cost SlD,5T0 ; a strawberry, 



i who gets up this report w 



26 



=== === ^ftALOOENIAFABMEE. 



LIVE STOCK- 

OLIUS'I '.nVTSW """■ &"•"*"■ 

Heat Cattle. 

E ALDESJXV 0B OUIUSHSt CAJTM- 



Or 



] the c 



., plM 



ecttng of 



loleriieatho breed, n 



somcst-thal lr ' ,ich P 11 '" '"> '•''' ' 
urc, that wli' cl1 G" r<J lbt b "' P rt 
wlinln toiv eWild In. — »'5-= an Al.l 
er, improved Guernsey cow, brougl 
the Chniinel Islands, and ibown M 
the Itoynl Agricultural Society, ot 
She whs rising iwo years old, of 
compact, nnd wcll-ahnpcd, of tbat yelh 
color which gene 
o large ond gulden udder, en" of no orange color 
in the inside, n clean and [bin neck, and the bright 
eye of o gniellc. This sbnwed to what perfection 
the breed might be brought ; for, in general, thej* 
are eiceodlogly ugly, small, thin, coarse-boned, 
and presenting Utile more thnn the skeletons of 
animals, covered with a yellowish, flabby, and 
coarse hide. They come principally from the 
Channel Islands, Jersey and Guernsey, and abound 
in parts of Hampshire, and counties most accessi- 
ble to these islands. They ore ralucd mostly for 
their milking properties, and not so much, in Ihnl 
respect, for the quantity, as fur the extraordinary 
rich and creamy quality of their milk, in which 
certainly they surpass all other breeds. 11 is 
stated tbat no animals will thrice faster, when 
well-fed and not in milk ; and ttieir site is nnt al- 
ways inferior. 1 found at Welbeek, the residence 
of the Doke of Portland, n herd of Alderney cows, 
and in good condition.* Few genUemcn Dr noble- 
men in England, resident in the country, nrc with- 
out one or more Alderney cows, for Iho supply of 
their tables 

have bad the slightest difficulty in instantly recog- 
nising Ihcir produce. They arc kept, in some pro- 
portion, at some of the Urge farm djiriui in Eng- 
land, for the purpose, by miiing their milk with 
that nf nlhcr cows of a dilTcreot breed, of givinc 
color lo the butler, nnd richness to the cheese; 



must mainly depend upon such a 
form ns sbnll not exhaust lis prod' 
or rather, that It shall, from Its i 
furnish tbo means, not only of 

strength, but of actually lucre 

of production. There is no 
ig this, 11 ' 




or the means of rapid nccomu] 


tian ; but, under 










a hard case, when, to aa indu 


.rious and frujrn 










the tbcnooinolcr, by which to 












Willi railway speculators, slock- 






often go up to 








cilromes distarb 



ErilB of Ovor-foooUnB Stook. 
Fori many years grave oirjccllons bnro bc< 
puolcdly urged against the practice of Iho I 
. . .- . , -,.i!..»--«inii «hf»a 



took p 



which cnnnnl fail lo awnkcn g. 
ilii-i -ulpJLil. The report is the . 
Gant, Assistant Surgeon to the Bora! Free Hos- 
pital, whose knowledge of general and compnrn- 
tirc nnnlomy, and well known ihmllinrilj with the 
use of the microscopo entitles bis Btntcmeuli 
ioroicopicnl observations are i 
firnwa by Ihtfcclebrntcd Professor Quccfcclt, Ci 
lor of thn Roynl College of Surgeons. 
After describing the living nppt 



t the clio 






,-:Hil.- 



cheep, and pies, some of lliem owned by the Prince 
Consort and the Duke of Richmond, all monstrously 
fat, and oihiblling great difficulty of breathing, 
lir. Gant observes; "Throughout the exhibition 
one circumstance pnnieulnrly arrested iny nlten- 
o of the nnimnls compared 



uchr 


lo 


r flesh 


bnd b 


en produced, 1 


dulgod i 


phvsinlnjric 


1 reflection on 






rkognl 












nch, 1 




have 


un 


Jergon 




eh a very early 






Ivcd to 






ir «ev 


rrn 


destiu 


tions, 


nd to inspect 




fin 




Mr. 




ho sin 


R-h 


er-hou 


cs wbe 


n tbo gold nod 


bulla 




heifers 


pigs. 


ud sheep, that 


n Loo 

ring 

wing! 


of 


theso 
both tb 
Our a 


killed, 


nnd uftor enre- 

and provided 
ulB andmicrn- 
lonlyndmllof 




Report of the Btoto Registrar. 
TIatwo received this report, wo could nol b. 
Viowitos one of much Importance lo Ihis eou 
rnunlty- m0 ™ Fq lblia P c "P le ' nl nrd[ u ""'^ h 
v „„\,i ,],,], .,:e. We have people coming "■ "' 
shores "out of nil Iho nations of the earth 
■i= the old prophet foretold ; and it is n dt 
Stole owes lo thousands nnd to the world, that 
full, etenr, and detailed registry should lu- kcpl 
ii-tl,!, marriiipa, iinrf ifritfu. I" the fir=l ! l!l "" & ' 
would he wise economy, ns in coses oi "iir coot 
in alter years it would cave more limn the who 
cost, by establishing facts nf mom cut in sell! 
mentof real eslnte, and ail other causes of HI 
gution. Then ngnin, in those nll-importn 
connected with marriages and Inturmarr 
nntinns, and the results thereof; lite vorii 
cases, nnd all Ihoso delnila so important 
known for Iho best welfare of tbo common 
These are surely matters worthy Iho bight 
slderallon of the Stole, yetwo cnuld nolbn 
i.R. Campbell, Esq., the R( 



jlIM 



ig ol 



.ml,il!..ii 



sufore 



AVe giv. 



peal of that oflicc, unless a prnpi 

the law on this subject, In the 

could be bnd, nnd tho office and its important 

tlu lies compensated wilh n jusl reward. 

i the closing remarks of the Registrar 

wise legislators will look to thia subject, cnlargi 
the sphere of usefulness of Iho oflicc, give a jusl 
and liberal compensation to Hie Registrar, and en- 
force tlio law ill each nnd all the counties, ns o 
duty the Slate owes herself nnd her future hialory 
ida healthy genera- 






mgliten 



ff-M.ir.Ii hij Ihr Z'.i't: Ittiii'lrar iirtv,-:.';',ijir/r",iy Ih, . 
nufll Report nf Marrhgta and Death: 

Beyond oci'n.'ioiinl Htr.iriiilv innrk.'d Jin !.■] 

in thn oges of the pnrtfes- " 

Fi/ri l.i fiilt.-ii, or"n union 



on Iho contrary, n dead loss of time nnd labor, I 
tre-i dim the facts nnd statistics I tinvo embodied 
in this Report will be^of i 
nnd its people. 



e benefit to the State 



Tho Formon' Testftil Perrortsd. 
UM it will do but little good, bul w 



, nod humbug cnlch-pe 

t the fair grounds, beg 

l>rmki[]£ mid betlinj 

five lege, and nimble £ 
nee of nil sober people, 



it ho perverted front 

j i^rii. vi?. : lo promote 

It is plain enough 

de in many quarters, 



wrestling nnd fight, 
molh women, hoga 
ka, to tbo great au- 
dio the moral injury 
d, and lo tho degrn- 
sts. Feinnle oques- 
a purl of this per- 

enn sec where litis 







.1 




It is 


pcrh 


,.<, sw 


lliii..- ill" 


























ih,. i 
























■■ 


■ t S L-Il..-W..|l 


;; 


1 


iv h 
nil y 




■1. '■;,■■ 


the fairs 










less 


■ Hi. 












,.:, 


-liril 


Ag 










































If 


I! [], 








11 
f 


M-l. ■Mil. !"■ 
1,. >r ..!.)■■< 




op 


omol" 


%: 


ll'lli^'i 


in lore.- 1 

f"r "■■■ 


ct 


Ibem chang 




''"" 


1.1C. 


.-y 


,„ Aur 


ctiltnrist. 



Worms In OrarlEO Tteos. 

Some complaint has been mode of worms 
destroying Orange Ireos, tti Ibe neighborbood of 
Lob Angeles, ond in reply to inquiries for a 
remedy, it writer in tho Bulletin says : 

"Lot ma therefore mention a method which is 
approved and adopted In Itnly, and elsnwhcrc. 
Dig tho soil ni 

shovel tho soil out, and moke the hole about two 
feet widn in every direction from the s 
trunk. Let thit> linln open, until you coo ob- 
serve tho s.iii lliriving; then mix the soil wilh 
lye, 611 tho bolo up and slnm it in (tho soil) witb 
; lake o stinrp oorupor ond sornpo the 
bark off olong tbo stem, from tlio first 
limb down to the luittoin; when done, tnko nne- 
tliird port of cloy, ooo-lhird part of lime, and 
ono.tliitd pari of cow. droppings; mix the whulo 
up with wuter, so liquid tbat you can make a 
Coat on Iho tree* with a brush, nntl so apply." 



. r! r " r ""l'l-i. l r, ... .. . 



, ill I 1, ||,| 

P^oIaryhen.flitotbeS.nie-Reg-fslrrr,^,'; 



«» "HI "fcr ilioMloiinif " wa ' 1 ° In our behalf, 

s ^ JJOU.VTV TO SEW ecilSCRIIiEns : 

■!''''-i'' l i"iv'.'ri:; l,, ;. , ,' , ' rili ' ,,; " i; ' i-'i"-"^""^^^! 
'^'y^^t^rik'^ "" -»j «« *m * 

nlanMino «"»nUo Monthly nnd Arthur 1 . Ilunio 



nrESSZ.' 1 ™' 



irsintho ihmi voanot 
WARREN 4 CO. 



THE CALIFOENIA FARMER. 



27 



usiel 



in- 



itr-oiSrMEtts. tiwa "*•"■ u 
;n but blowings in ilbpilse, an 
incited rightly; !Ueh IUB " ii 
is worthy of being engraven on 
men of California.] 

> need of fooli: 



those Who read 
Tho fullowiuc; 



jo happy - Them's i 



ill they 






id llde and cheat the woves j 
'Tis belter la bo siragsllng— lo he brave. 
It Li Resolve Insider™ the onus to bill- 
That breaks apart Despair's feet-withering eoil— 
Tbit liwd= Wail oil shapes Hint frown and frfghl, 
And cast on life a ghostly, starless blight 1 



:T I'll ll- 



wilb Hi 



orlw, 



Pot lifts i» fill 
And so P«y on os that tint w 
And grow bewildered where 11; 
Till, goaded thus, *c drop lob 



till V lll"L-t 'II 



Be boppy. lie 



r -Us be 



;r, safer 



_j| (ha body longer frot 
It gives tho cheek amandine; of the rose, 

It fires Iho healthy vein, throb; the big heart, 
And makes u> into mighty engines stait. 

Standing in his white lochs, sturdy and sublime 
!ThD> glim Dlscoso'e work Joy's power forbids. 



Bulb u I. 

Immediately nRer 
melody, an Adagio 



Hi. 



us tho c 



1 ...I,, 



srthsi 



lb what seemed to i 

lilingj ho drew the boir across his violin, and 

r nntionnl tunc rose on the nir, irnn.-iijjrur-.i. in 

vnil of glorious variation!. It was Yankee 

Doodle in n state of clairvoyance. A wonderful 

proof of bow the most common and trivial may 

" b c.tnltcd by the influi of the infinite. 

When urged lo join the throng who ore follow- 
,g this Star of the North, 1 coolly replied: "I 



Music — Old Hundred — Ole BuL 

\[.- iiiir,ii:T,.ii.. .rru.r.' niiich n„ methods teach, 



BOUlOl 



j like n beautiful dream, growing more 
icautiful, us tnbltau after tableau ntl- 

king into the soul, infusing a kind of wild dc- 
um ; and so mighty is this power in Music, that 
■a those whom we often pass by in the street as 

aetnent of loste "Utile dreamed of in our pfall- 
pbf." That glorious old Bnthctn, Old Hundred, 



online;- , 



and ordin, 
it the notice of one ii 



1 UlQUKl 



forte that sirteps av, nv i-vtry other thought fruu 
the mind. We remember well the Erst lime w( 
felt the ftlll power of this Oeaven inspired melody. 

divine iL-nice ut \Vt;tioiii£iiT Abbey. Charmed, 
lnivi|,i<T, ,1. u-'.mvl ,'ivuy villi ll,^ gr.iiid luliI beau- 
tiful ia this- magnificent temple, enwrapped by nil 
we saw and heard, we eat like one in a dream, os 
the music of Ihe pealing orgiin echoed through the 
orthes of that lofty frescoed and vaulted ceiling. 



the 



hey B' 



lb il Limldii-- 
oke forth In 



D the v. 



I blessed n 
:hildofChr: 



i Old 



in our land- Nov 
ing thai swept over us. We were away fro 
early home, in, then, to us a new country, 
t-ign land; yet here was the good old anil 



whu lie beneath Ihe sculptured marble of tli 
Immortal pile. "Old Hundred bos always be 

recalled to us most vividly Iho other evening, nt 
midnight, when passing along Montgomery slrt 
on the sidewalk of Slontgomery Uluck, we hca 
the swelling strains oflhls same Old Hundre 
elotlied In beauty", echoing from the Uuslc Boat 
of Jlr. Ecott.lhcI'iHnisU Wo could not restrn 

room and heard hlro play Old Hundred with vuri 
tioni, upon his grand piano. Well has the I 



A Hundred, let (hen 



of sir. £ 


soil, 


ind 


nsk him lo p] 


v this r 


iI1h-.ii for 




dwt 


TM 


uld 111 


. bell 


vc thej 


won 


d he 








he dr 




ffhlcl 


the 






Tal 






admirable lett 






Child, a few 


-re 


inge. 


nee, □ 






t thd 


pnwag 






mnsle 


of Ole 








fell that ther 


w 


cro oil 


er enl 


iuIojui 


for r 


nfllr 



car in their distinctness. He made bis violiu 

sing wllh flute-like voice, nnd accompany iUclf 

itb a guitar, which came In ever and anon like 

big drops of musical rain. All Ihis I felt, ua well 

ird, without the slightest knowledge otouar- 

ir ilaaato. How ho did ft, I know as little aa 
1 know how the sun shines, or the spring brings 
forth Us blossoms. I only know that music come 
from his soul i'nlo mine, nnd carried il upward to 

iip wllh the nngels. 



ipiiii.i.- i" 

.|| |1N, Ik. 






mid c 



nply 



Ii!,,. Ii. 



i opprci 






o bis skill. But wbei 
cognised a powe 



re skill It 



lil niter in voin. I had no need of knowledge lo 
,.-l this -iil.lk' ialiiirui'e, any more than I needed 
j Fluily ojilii-ji lo perceive tho beauly of tlio min- 
ow. II overcame me like a miracle. I felt that 

ml my sjiirilmil relation* were somehow changed 
y it, and Ibnt I should henceforth be otherwise 
in I had been. I was so oppressed with "the 
\ci ■■.■Jin.; iveigbi uf !;lory, : ' that I drew my hrenth 
iih dill'ieiilly. Ailenmcoutoftbebuililiiig, the 
Ireol sounds hart mc with their harshness. Tbe 
:ght of ragged 



CB« A One an^rtmoel of Grafted and Buddod S 

2£ FRUIT TREES, 1 



ao,ooo 
FEUIT TKEES, 



that the angels that 



mj f«el 



Iw 



i,i. d 



world into tbi 



v earilily home, and knew It nol- 
,cuicd to be iloallog tbroogh infinite sp 
til day 1 felt like a person who bail I 
once, seen heaven opened, and then r 
irth again. 
This [luiibilcES appears very eiccssi' 



it so it was. Like a roi 

would pick op Ibc broken 
i wear it as n relic, with a 
ig that some my.-lerinLi.- m 

noi whether others were 

o my car, nnd the facts ai 
Butthceiceedingstillnt 
of the multitude bowed . 



,* oppo! 
nderful 
it girl of 



While he 



splay 



mii/M h.ii'e hcenht 

.mendous bursts of applause told ho 1 

of tlniu.-iiiiil.; leaped up like one. 



1,1,^1.111, 
ustling ol 

l,,.,l„.,-.|, 



niosBBS 



oyes. Wbntcvi 
tho religious rn 
lire; for Ten ton i 



■ liine. through his li,.nis[ .S'orlbern 

-.lin.uMli „ll hij music. I fpcik ol" him as he np. 

IVIieii not playing, there is nolliiri|i ,,l.;orviible ii 
ii- „|.pi;iii-.,Fi,,,., t'M..[ii L'l-r, uiac 1,, iilib, the uneon 
cioii -, rnliuii,,^ ,.l strength In repose, and (hi 
n.i..[ ii[v.lli:,.i'.-,l rimplicitv of drtss and manner 
Jut whun lie takes bis violin, and holds II si 
:,ii.-.,ii.(;ly 1" llis ear. |i, ,-jiu-li thi' thiol Yihrnliiii 
pf ii- itrings; il seems as if "the angils wen 



ouglils nnd feel in 



I U1VK twice heard Ole Bui. I scarcely di 
tell the Impression bit musle made upon me, 
casting nelile all fear of ridicule for eicessii 
llmsioni, I will say that it cipressed lo me m 
tin Infinite, than I oral sow, or heard, or drennu-d 
of, in Ihe reolms of Kotnre, Art, or luingiuutio 

Thoy tell mc his performance is wonilcrtu, 
ikiUfnl; but I have nol enough of sclcntl 
" "idgBofthediirieullicbi-oVercora. 



lei 



■ Lily b> Ii 



Beclboven, that "hi, ,pirll 

ide, ,in. i |,i , Gngna porrorm Iho impusilble. 
played on f„ n r sirlnga at once, and produced t 
neb harmony of four instruments. III. h, 
toothed (he (trinp, „ [ f ln flnor(i ftrd , br 
forth light leapt f soa L J, with electric rn| 




[...uy.l.ui 
tun il i- ." 



ess Is in heroism, what nionil inline 
, wli.it ii, ■ man is lo man— is musk' 
it-. Flcvile, graceful, utiil iVl-p, il | 



It' the SI oi 



t for its working; for 



NURSERY BUSINESS. 



True Lnivtou Blneliucrry. 

EEC'D BV LAST STEAMER, IN THE HOST I 
IKCT ull[i|:ii. l,i- u,„l.i.itii.Tl, dboei rmni 

Grun-eia la Hew York, fmpor(ed irllb grc»( care, by Co 1 



AN IK VOICE Dorchester Blackberry, 

FtLDEttTH and Walnut Thees, ais new varTotia 
AbTiiBAs.sii oeiv varieties ; 

Si-mi. M-, vi-ry l„.:,iiii il'iil ; 
Now Ornamcnlal Plants of rare kinds. 

ra- Tbo 'bore Oso.Ii an nortb; 



GRAPE-VINES AND FRUIT TREES, 



300,000 Native Vines, 




A. HARASZTUY, Sonoi 
0. IV. KINZEB, Cbacc'iSt 
- ot Market nnri Deals streel 




CITY OP SAN JOSE. 
D . T . ADAMS, 

I itESPECTFULLY IKFontlH HIS FPJEND3 , 
; (ho publle (hat ho hu for sale a choice Block 

APPIE AND PEAB. TEEE3, 



10,000 Appla Tm*. 2 yean ol. 






MOUNTAIN VIEW 

PREMIUM 

ORNAftlENTAL GARDEN and NURSERY 



WM. O'DOWHHLL, P 



Ban Fruuclico. 



i_ Ornamental Trees, Plants and '' 

Shrabbery, 

EVERGREENS AND HOSES, 



Aprluu, Nccurlm 



FRUIT TREES, 

ichu, Plums, Chonlos, 

I- ■ I r-.r.iiT.U ru,.[ „.-.M ... I 



R. MF.ItKILL. 



HENRY HEWITT & CO., 



Willard's Grain -sower and Harrow, 



"jT'llEWlT 



WILLIAM T It U R N A U E H , 
Impsrtor at Frenoh and Qonnan 

FANCY BASKETS, 
Engliik anil American WiUowaarc, 

Juno and IV 1 1 Ion Chain, Lid lot' Work-Hands 

TOT8, HTO. 

H.,. '.:•: Cnllerjitioot, b«»cai Conwiercl~l I i:i..y. 



NUKSEItY BUSINESS. 



1858—1859. 

SAN JOSE NURSERY. 
FRUIT TREES, 

OBNAUENTAL TKEES, 

SHRUBS, PLANTS, ETC 

18"O00 ROSES, 

QBEE3MHOTJSE PLAMTS, 

Grapc-vlnca, Etc. Etc. 

PALM OR DATE TREES 
Potfoelly hardy In California. 

FOB SALB Iff LOTS' TO BDIT PURCIIAfERS, 
®S I OFFEU THE LAI«!E3T VAHIETY OP jjw- 

5^Fmit and Ornamental Trees, SE 

BH&UBS, B03E3, ETC., 
That can be. found in any ono Nnrsory In California. 

O- ALL ORDERS tilllbo promptly intended Ip, and 
Iho TUBES carofqllj packed m> In bondlet or boici, 
aeeonlloK lo ilia and tho distance lhay haro lo go, aud 
delivered froo on board Iho steamer at AltL-o. 



«T K O S E S m 

IS THE LARGEST IN THE STATE; 

HAS RECEIVED THE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

At lb* STATE FAIR, held H Ban Joes. 

nyMY CATALOODE, firing- tho diuorant r arioliDi, 
I hare for this roaeot, and other isfurmatlon, will be 
ten! to erorr applicant. It nil I alto bo fonnd i\th ray 
A0ENT3,ai follows: 



MESSRS. STODT & SARGENT,- Stqcktqh. 

UONS'R JACQUIER, * SonoitA. 

L. PREVOST. 



SHELL-MOUND 

NURSERY AND FRUIT GARDENS, 
Near Brooklyn, Alameda county, California 

,Hfc f THIS WELL-ESTABLISnED jg, 
&*j& NURSERY, is now prepared to ^SJ 
^WiB> ulltr to its old Patrons, nnd tbo public 

genera 11}', 
15,000 FRUIT TKEES, 

5,000 SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL 
TREES AND SHRUBS. 



APPLE, PEAR, CHEEET, AND PLUM 

TREES, 

From ono to Ihrm jears old, in groat varioty. 

PEACH, APRICOT, .'lECTAEIKE. AND ALMORD 

TBEE8 ; 
CALIFORNIA and FOREIGN GRAPES; 

OocMborries, BoinberriM, Blackberries, Berberries, 
Currants, be. 

Monnlain Aeh, American Elm, Locnsl, Laburnum, 

Lomhaidy Poplar, Silver-Ltnf Poplar, 

Paulonia, Acacia, end mnoj olhcr 

ORNAMENTAL AND FLOWERING 

TREES AND SHRUBS, 



BEAEINQ EEAH AND CHEERY TREES 

IB BOTH EXTENSIVE AHD SELECT. 
The CatalOEiios for the prcienl leotonoontalo fools Delos 
lo ibon that tbe ciilliratlun of there In" 0"H« 1" Cell- 
ferala al the present (1 mo pro in I to. to bo IIIOMLV RE- 
MUNERATIVE. TQDiOBblehrolnieia I'EAR ouHnro 
are utruted principally from Ibe late address, of the 



PBI0E3 BBABOHABLB... TBHMB OASH. 
All orders .honld bo addrettod to- 
ll. \v. WASHBURN, Proprietor, 
Care of Wnlli, Fargo t Co., Sis Friisoiico 

N.Il.-Per«n> colling ol (ho Nunory trill have thoi 
Ordon Oiled by MR . WM. PATTERSON, the Onrdono 

(bo Fenj Londlog olSan AdIdhIi), (cnllemnn r^l.lln, 
in ■- .-.hi ■■(.inciiEo Bill find It very convenleat. to eall am 
select Trees for Ihouuolrei. IT 



SMITH'S 

POMOLOGICAL C5AEDEN 

A-INTD WTJRSEHT, 

SACRAMENTO, 

On tho American River, 24 inilca from tho Olty. 

OFFICE ASD DEPOT FOB TREES, 
41 J Xrcet, betiveen Second unit TJilnl alreeu. 



» Tho Trees ollcrod from Ibo 



sod In the NUIIBER OF VARIETIR5, or oacb. kind 

LARGEST COLLECTION IN THE STATE 

our 1' ;iul ■','!]<.' erabreeine; 

Over sine linn. inil Varieties, 



Apples. 245 vi 

Pears. 27G varieties ; 

PlujiB. 100 vnriolica ; 

Cherries, 90 varieties; 
Peaches, 75 varieties; 

Nectarines, 20 vnriotios; 
Apbicots, IS varieties; 
Grapes. 90 varieties. 

Wo hesitate not In faying that our 

PEAR AND CHERRY TREES 

Are the Finest Ever Offered 

for sale In tbii Stale, or all ilioj, being from 6 feet lo 12 

and li Toot high. Tho grealor portion bolne; not 

only or very large site, but alto hondwmolr 

shaped, are elegantly adapted to planting- 

near residences, affording iho doable 

ADVANTAGE OF SIIADE AND FRUIT. 

Of Iho nhoro two Eno FrolW wo offer 

3(5,000 TRESS FOB SALE, 

of different sites and prices, and as Ion- as good Trees 

can bo bought at any Srst-clau Nursery in tho State. 

in this State. Wo slato for Iheir information that 
Our Cherry Troos are groan ujnm the true iffl- 
portiil Milliard stuck, and nol upon com- 
mon Natirt or On mm -,U-ch uf lltit Coast, 
Ibe former being tho only stock lit lo grow them on. 

Wo have also a vary uno stock of the fotlotrtng, rii : 

APPLE, PLUM, PEACH, KECTAHESE, 
Grapes, Figs, Almontls. 
lesides a. MigccllaatKius collec-^ 
lion of other and iiuull frnits, »j3 
>arlicu1ar regard has been pnld 1 ■ Iho gronlng of the 
Trees In OOOD SUAPE, and pnrchaien of cor 
Tno-yoars-old Trees will Sod Ibnt they hove 
been well "out back," and are now 
Urm, tym metrically shaped Trees. 



Strndo and Ornamental Trees, 
Shrubs, Roses, and 

Greenhouse Plants. 

Embroolog all tho old and nell knimn popelar varieties, 

aa woll as a great many others b .th good and new. 
Also a vary fine lot, of different rlies, of thai rorTcopa- 



OLO-F. 



ELM -> 



of many varlolies, hut most of the Amerlcao and Scotch 
Eltai, irhlcb are of good she, nnd irhon nell estab- 
lished In the soli, they are of very rapid gronth. 

Locust, 

LAnunsBH, or Golden Crain, 
Mafls, in variety, 

Ltsocir, European and AniBrican, 
Catalpa, 

Cuiha, aod other Trees. 

Wo call particular attention to oar collection or 
THE CAMELLIA, 

nbleh bos become so nell acclimated that iro havo them 

growing finely In our open grounds, and blooming ai 

oloeanlly out of d»ra hero as Ifaoy possibly could 

with the lendoresl core la a contorratoiT. 

Il Is no longor a homo plant, hut ono or 

The Oemi of 0\e Ptcaiure Grounds. 

WE OUAHAMTEE ALL TREES FROM OUR NURSERY 

[-■ ■ TJIVK TO THE N.-liie, ,;i_ S 

fS~ Fnr moromloulo partlculnn of Shrubs, Hoiol, St., 

see CATALOGUES, which will bo sent by mall to all 

Wo invito attention to our very large and general 
nseortnionlof 

V E G E TAB LE SEED, 

nhtch Is very line and large, and ne are now prepared 

lo supply TUB TRADE in quantities tosalt, and at 

Lower Priea than can be found 

Wo ha,o non been gnwloi SEED for a number of 
years, and hare glrea unironal satisfaction. We an 
now prepared to supply to rgo quantities of GOOD FRESH 
SEED at very lo" ™ IM - Tlle w ssedi will bo done up 



28 



^tt-f; nALIFOBNI A FABMEB. 



jrt ©alitaiii ftemtt. 



Heir Names nxe Recorded. 



Who aboil Baild tlm Bulkhead? 

"Ho (old bli birthright for ■> mess of pottage." 

Shall a city, destined lo bo tho mightiest, rit 

eat, nod most favored of nil the cities ol Ibo car 

yield up nil these gift!* of Providooco for ft " 

ofpottngol" Shell a Sampson be again robbed 

engtb by a Delilah 7 llntb tbe pc 

endy raised to the lips of the king, 
ilo power ta dash tbe death-goblet 
down? Rath oil the people bowed down li 



look buck, nnd d 


nw 


txptrim 


iJhmOtp 


often go baclc to 




early v 


urnes,!" « 
















e have laid d 


the theories we re 


»? 


have ptomulgated : n 



joiee In the belief that no great ond im] 
theory that we bore ever advanced, ot any great, 
I doctrine presented, bns boon eon 
trovertcd by the test of practical clpcritncnl ; ci 
crjn ilmt, it has been wore than reflliied for thi 
good of the cnii.se we advocated, nud the geoeral 
benefit df oar Stale, and the people thereof. 

Wc can turn over the past completed Ten Vol 
tMHM of (Ac Farmer, with a hoort-checring pridi 
nnd find many sketches of the early Agricultur 
of Cnllforaia, and find there recorded the propbc 
slcs of the then future, but bow pnsl or prcscol 
nnd End all we laid more than rerified by lh> 
present glorious jucccss visible everywhere ove 
our jiraj-prroos Slate. This, lo ue, Is indeed i 
glorious reward for past labor; nnd trinli. 
With tho great mass of printed records, wo hnvi 
ingevidenecs 
strong ue Holy Writ, of the real andjSoWijy of thi 
friends of Agriculture, and we hare alto a mass ol 
records that have not yet seen the form of type, 01 
the light of any other tycs but our own i but all 
that we ihnlJ faithfully preserve to bo record 
nnd pnsEcd down, well authenticated, as tho hi 
lory or this SlMo in the science of Agricultm 
We mean that the Dame or every friend nnd adv 
cate, all who have cheered ou ibis work, shall 



Wb passed a brier hour tbe last week at the 
Into Mechanics' Pavilion, where this work of nrt, 
in miniature, is being prepared for exhibition, 
under tho cure nnd study of those who have de- 
signed and plonnod this work. Wo feel II ' 
proud thing for California tlint <T " 
pic" is to bo bulk within her borders; wo bail 11 
m a good omen for the future. A stranger would 
naturally suppose thut o work like this Temple, 
requiring mechanics of the highest order of skill, 
could not be built in California; but a little reflec- 
tion will not only convince one, but give assurance 
that there Is "no work or devleo" requiring skill 
nud Ingenuity, which cannot bo perfected here. 
Wc feel assured, ns wo have often said before, «C 
have in California mahania of the eery highttt order 



Beautiful Floweia. 
"Oh! tho flowers look upward In every place 
Through this beautiful world of oars." 
TitERE is ft language of those bright and beautiful 
gems of earth, thai is sweeter, richer, more melodi- 
ous, than was ever ntlcred by mortals. To tho 
til, the voice of tho flowers Is 
of God ; nnd wo sometimes feel as If 
their very touch inspired us — thut they knew nnd 
recognized us as their friend, And so with all 
who truly love Dowers. Thorn is nn allinlty, n 
harmony with bright flowers and the beautiful (n 
tho humnn soul— nn electricity thai (lowers recog- 
nize; nnd wc were strongly Impressed with this 
belief upon learning ft fact which occurred recently : 
A lady, whose mind is the temple of tho beautiful 
and pure, hnd o largo rosebud presented t 



■ f opening 



into bloom, 



:r. Taking 

type of tho 

her bund took the bud nnd pressed it to 

r lips, it suddenly eipnnded with a report loud 

e rosebud hnd become ft full-blown rose 

1,1 the whole r. 

__^fflfifl, l[ihi 

no; and wo prophesy Hint it Is n promise of the 

oddess of these gems of Paradise, of ft life or 

estorcd health nod usefulness, to ono who has 

ittercd a fragrnocc around her by n pure life, 

mble deeds, ond bright intellectuality; and the 

could give no other token of 

■ccognition than lo Open its bright petals and 

:nst its fni^rancc upon one lo whom it o 




b Hi. I.iv.,„ llir , | n '",[ "' '-" "■'■ U"il ; - 

f«i,w. .a,., ,.;;!;;;■' >■ ««, m^i«dj, 




b..™.Si!"'".S!° f ° s '*'* s "' l "" 1 'b»=™ 

Ibitjlnr ,., ] ,', ,' "' '''iiil.-nil,. II,. 

K'i'i™ ••' •■' »'"" , r"i":; , ;, , „ l : , i,".- .,;."; 

' ■■■■>'■'■■ t:,'\r"' -, " ' 'in' 



" ''-"Uliing ll,t K.rJ, 



"b . lim.^-r, .nd l™ VC l er ., W ,,,.,.„ 

' "„"'"" ""■■ ""bid, .«„, |, ,' 

bed" J' E ,* 1 " ,L '"" I ""»""™| -'b""!—!....!- 

■■■■ ib 1 ";","' 1 ,:!:"■,'" b--i ™ «i, ,,i , b . 



wdjblog fruio 11/1, I. (| B 1 



nappy in rccor 
a bappj- onj. „. 
orderly observed 
'he ellle, „r Du 
ation In the earn 






II and n 

Vnrloi 


nrlhily spent, 
* 'lemnnstnitl 
'"lied to [he 
ceoftho dny. 



l» tbe imp,. 
Helves, and thi 



4 Co., 



workmnnship thnt reflects 
Ihom n B Inventors ond workmen 
files and patterns. Numbers !* 
i"g picks; number 4 is a tunnel 
"umbers u „ n(i G , nrc ^^ ^ 
>er i, Is i, bonk, surthco or 
B Is n very heavy surface at 

■mplo pick 1ms been 






'bo«o,ai 



ii „ !l, ■■ -i i. 

»• ••"! .I It. „„„,„„„ "™J 
gnnufornurd™,. i_, KI 

" *"'"""■■ ». «.k hi, „ i !f "■"■■""*""« 
i mi ~»rt„ „ .T'"™, 1 "'"" ■«"■« ..., .„ 

' "" b |,., tl „„ , "'"i O'blilv .nd i„ u,. .„,„, , 

i ,.'«::■ ••< •• "• pb^i ,. „«„„.•;■''"' 



workmen. 




CO 


aside 


ntion 


Success 


o" such 


P.>»OBUB.s's 


Sn 




"low;.— Wc 




i 


hni?e. They 


■ 




Urn 


teed, 
nnllly 


ulTcml at thi, Ban ,. 
having l™ , c l W | C j 


















|f 


1 




uerleulturnl w„,|d 




"-"■Bburu wn. 


,.„ 


Hi 


■engh 


I«n" 


f Mr. Wilde 


r«fMr. 








' "" 


re ft V 


evy cholco , 


Ieeli«jn 


v « knuw, „|, 


■I. 


<-. 


Sir. 


anghu 


Wot thy of a 
m bn. no > 


ivls'l'mt 




MstrioM Sic 
-ft K. tiarrl 
" Sth Moreb, 
hy tbe [labile 

o tame reiult 


son A 

in Hi 
pnvl 


ro P 

Ou.' 


einc Hail Coupa.it's 

nowJlno Itonnouneed 

rrnpbiatiippoiltloB, nil 
'."""*■ 8 — >~Pb 



THE CALIFOENIA FARMER. 



29 



1 ■i«i.. 1 jn Pmenon -.wS'tscW. Cntnianeuo <*>, » V 
.wiC......lrt«,.hnit.|,.1t.--fl'»W»K.j|»'j'«»- Y °'* I 

... .,,-,, v, .-«... -ii.T-.c-iv,.-;.". ■■■■■ i ,' I ';■ ■■v.- ■■■.'.-■: 



DOMESTIC SUMMARY, 
fell to lbs dcplh of tboul eighteen Id 



JoaiCo brnilmi*, fuuiit 

r-.-iot- Hilt IV-jKB .- AStaplW 

3, M-.ri ii' Bankers... 

i C 11 twlraui cor 



'V»-'^ 



I nit n n 



ilia, Josc|hV Pioneer Cnxk'-Ti-tt'ir.'..!-" >-!:■■.' >lir.Lr ni.-ry 

Hajtcll, L.-HA-a, waol,it5ui and fun.-Wrli ia fa! . 
II..-.',. a r .!iihcrt..Aui Met) a Aslc-Greasc — 101 J. 

Il,i:il'i:1 I'- i\J!;. V.rV' <"r.]!..-V--'|-..L.! -.■:!. ',V '■'■^"l'" 1 

!!:■:■■£ Li::--i,,nl-..i.-il -.A S ll.,li-v."..i ,'t'- iiil-.r-- 'l-.'.!::-:!: rv 
Lilhr.-' 11, r-" Trirjunln™.-. M^ l> \.n:n-'--- III ,■.■-:,•..' ..!■■ 
L-j-.il. -a [ll..:ii:-:rj,.-v..i;,-ar,- , : . Willi . n . - . . I .' - . I :(. :■■:■ .n' 
P. ,ivr-i.-. I H-.:,.-iv..I3... .-;;;,■' '1-. ■ -i.ll.TT, •■!■■ ■■!" '-'J-,)- 

Li.-:(!i>, 1 1. ill 1: I' ■ 'M i."'! ■'" irnTtlnrvl-...^ ■.. isfhuii-lu.a 

1- -,!_'- iVcii ,/'l"j. f'T '-i! rt W.rrcJ FnrzDCr office 

'■!.-.. i; L j „ .< ii.ln.-^ rrnil-- .^ ■ .:.-.:!■ ..IL.tv 1;.',' i jIL'.t 
•i.i'.ir i ■.'■■■ I ri.i.-..l-. .:i-.r-.rr,-. n-l .!- ,::- , l-j M. i: r .-■ • ill - r> 

Merrill, It... .I'mill ■.-.■-, ,"r o,T ^-.n ■_■ i ti-. - n!,.l %%"'■■ liin-Ti.Ei 

l.ii:,-," -V (' L--.il. i- ■:•-.::'. <■:!', i:l.,-.-. -,-.,. iLlii-.i,:i -[-.I OrvJ.n 
f.ll-'-'jr,-, ?-. T.i :■.■!.- l-jri'-f, Imir.'l e .. IV lV,.Iin:|,:ri Mirt.'l 

.*,- r;...,i :] Lin;- -rl'..i:i. ... Ili'-.-.ir: Rn-!j;-T.... ll-.' 11- ,t- 1 1! 1 1 .1 ■ n 
T, .-, r c.-l; v.- 1 I)-.-.- ■:. Cjnli-.. r.i rr I , rl.. diaries Arthar Ely 
■'ed.,prt'jpa^r-. , .':*i;.iiii,.i-[^' 



'i -r' -: L. i'.. : - -i- ii '.T r-_" ^ 



fund hand Bour-fiOoIs.-Faran 



^SSf-Ji 



.nCEtardeil.M'ialzlillLTT 






ioujhloa VaJIcjo 



feir-tijiudnjt'u.t driver. 



St. George. Hotel at Sacramento. 
Whes at the Leroo Cilj tail week, <ro enjoyed a very 
fine dinner at Ibis elegant IlotcL Sacramento can now 
tmasl of having the finest Hotel io Restate, for roch 
will be conceded by all who litit the St. George. If 
wo speak of tho outward appearance, occupying as it 
doo, the corner ur Foortb and J ttnele, ono of tlia most 

turn of four llorfci liigfa and of the finest tljln of urcbl- 

eo'l overtopping ull iu Ibe vieimLy, TJie iu!'-rj,:,r ,-ir- 
ranevmente arc in b.-i-i-ii,;; n-jrli rJnrr ■■EjfKord grandeur, 

and cbambort, all newly and richly famished j llio 
famitnio arranged with reference, in light and shade, 
which Id all poblio or private buildings adda much to 
tie beauty of n. dwelling. 
Were we to apeak of tho loSfc rFJuit, no need only 

ration, in quality or nbumlanre; of this, the best proof 
Is the well-filled table., the olacrity witb which the 
patrons rvspond ta tho dinner bell, and the rest trilb 
wfiich the; partalto of the fowl. There a another good 

duties, and do it orr'uio, too. And now for lie reason 
of all til! eieelleore at lbs St. (leorge. Witliool Cat- 
loij to the proprietor, we think it oriffinated with htrn- 
>elf. Gen. Hutchinson Is just the man for tils Hotel; 
he tooicanhoLewJ living it (lo Judjre by npoeanmcca), 
and be means hli pilrons (hall know it loo. Cheerful, 
courteous, aloble, with tie bearing of a perfect genlie- 
man, be lurupes his rpirit ofl aroond him, making his 
gneiu feel at liomc and happy; his amiable lady coal- 
ing a still brighter gleam upon all wilb iter circle of 

ITilh such "neadsofDcpartmonta," and witb the oi- 
ecllenl aid or Mr. alalono, so well known, who is orer 
ready ta welcome the gneits of the Hole!, wo venture a 
prophesy that in the present potition now occupied by 
Gen. llntcbiuen, wo may lay he has Hnirh a larky 



again to be placed on tho Sacramento, in oppmitha to 
the Steam Navigation Company'* liec. Messrs. Conroy 
& O'Corm.ir are the movers In this new enterprise, OS 
appears by llio joumnls. JIow much is tho fir to 
be this time to oW off Why all ibis maenvering Ic 
eitract money from aotnebody! Are tbo i^oplo li< 
goinorshy three ephemeral efforts! If a new lino ii 
■anted, why not potona line of .teamora sow lo tit 
•present line, in nil that appertains lo a Uocof steamers, 

officer., and all other rcj,uirnnonl» that (he public dt 
manil? Place a lino lbet«eB.nennaiioat at least, ant 
the public -ill belicvo it «««. .omething. la it ad. 

by Lbe« ephemml anJ fl,,,^;, cfrut| , , ThoJ - 
create ill reeling, b, eel>e,ei,nr u -- - ■ 

If ojiporitiou is demanded, let I 
ptiitnk, thot shall Buburvo ,l c 
diilarh Uio public peace. Tho 
that have helj^d In, l.oilrl u]i Hi 
may hare a thousand fknlU, bi 
also. Let tho public view tie I 

A Omp InpoBTATion^-e. 0. Brndshaw, Esr,., 
old pioneer grocer, bat returned to Cjli/, mla iJjiio 
Ibo Vinorgis, with'obout/orr, bobb.. to help in bq 
leg up our Slate. Many of iiom are married w™ 
with their lord, and families. Some como to boot 



onoa. Canon Valloy, haio been ci 
, sleigb-riding. 



Tub HumlKFldt Tim 
oil and drink bulterml 



I'no'Mimrs is "hefty" as n poL-on, as the Stockton 
Jlopuhlican soys it is used about there effectively to kill 
ground squirrels, and furlbcr, that the crows trhi 



iblyinnn, resulted in a majority for Duueomh of 01 
Stato Fair ground?, clc, thovoleisnlmost unanimous 



SifA Cousrr.— It Is stated (hat tho farmers of 

ork than is usual at this season, and that not less 
eiolt ijWi»W acres more of wheal hnro been aom 
year Ibnu in 1SSS. 

The McBi.well Company, on Moreboun Bar, Si 

it likely to continue to pay ten dollars a day I 
hand. Molt of the other companies on tie rive 

invo to be laid by for the pen-on In consequence o 

Iso of water In (he bed of lie rirer. 






a thin! 






farlpofa Oaaelto says: The people of iS'orlh 
appear tu be afleelcd with chicken thieves as 
ireelvce. Tbo Press says they have probably 
mist in the development of Chinese mutele, 
o doubt destined to un immorlnljlj of ropro- 
i the human form, just as the Pythagoreans 



ou every «ctiun of lie mines, says tho Pbwerrille 

la of mining operations. The late bountiful rain 
omplelcly saturated lio thirsty placer?, and uvery 
io anil guleb io tbo dicing" ■* plentifully (applied 

III, I' i'Mli L-:ri .|l,l,- r.-.|ni-nv I'.r i^ii ■_■ |.-.:r|. ..,-.— 

water. In cvlH' rnn.|, [hu inill'T- liavi- ^uiie l.j H.irk 

with a will, aj.r] Uti-rt luL.ny days weihullUkoalinal 



'WE, it must bo admitted, it a product of Cal- 
>r tbo Sierra Cititen relatea that Joe. BlodBOtt, 
lleyEiprisi, was choaed by eight gray wolres; 



y'„'i,;,„: 



That pitch-pino muslbaro been atb 
The CK«nnjL Ruorc— Tho Suit Lako and Eastern 
ails arrived at Plnccrrillo on the 13th insL Tbo Ob. 
rversays: From the fact that tie recent storm was 

eulty. in o slelgll drawn by luor h..r,L-s, nml .i^br Lead 
of likoc it'tk «,n. I,r..u-lil :il.,n-. Til,: 111- I Ir.i. ■ IF. . '. 
— "ability of the 
friends down 



tiallv tollies Ih; 
road during tbo 
below will please 



-e tbo fuel 



Dig Oak Flat, by tbo old "Minora Home," aboot tic 
die of the town. At tilt day even, when wonden 
,-o ceased to astonish, it is a very lino California 
cimen, and enlircly free from quarts. I have seen II 





rlbed 1L 


Tot 


mny 


dp 




































" "I" 3 a 


"-""I'-" 




ol tie 




ri|K«a 



ban wo have noticed for any length of 
.nd tbo hundreds who have been so 
J^ged in throwing up dirt, preparatory 



Visa 


Li, lio Ma 


,..,. 


Gatetla reports, Is 


tesdily im- 




Good an 


per 






bclog put 


J- 1. 


nd taleiw 




lor 


e, and money 


Is light on 












in fencing. 














til-; J.- .nil. 


Wll 










. emtio I 






5.11v. ..HI cl 














































tttni 




.-_-, 


n are at preMD 


1 bright 


Cfll.TT 


unta, Ibe S 


ws 


flbe 


IJil, i,,.-.. :• ■ 


rry to stale 


as not 


yet been off 




by tho "good times. 


' :,-. ..-ir, t 



to do anything in Ibe shone or mining; and tl 
tremcudous full oNnow filled up the ditch of tbo 
S. B. Water Company for nearly elgbt miles, hi 
nil! only delay a day or two, at Ibey are clearing 
at the rule of two or Ihrco miles a day. Tho old 



..„ch IO k«.| 



ll II,.- 1 



^ ; .,v. V .,,.„.. _ Thl . M.,,,,1,,,1,!, Tiraoe , ]ns lhc 

"",' I' 1 -i'iM"l--.l f... .'l„-"U...i!-'r„V"".",',' 'i.'nr'ihl 

i'.' k .,'.'""' Lll " ll "i;- ■'-I'-i- I fill, ..,«,. |V,.l in 



.J"'".-' 11 ; 1 ".Mr,.,". uri . bv the turner of Ibo 

i-iri in-i., .,r,i,,, !„!.., | |„ i, 1 .,r..- 1 , l T | j, 

cunvejetl aboot Sa^OM in Treaaury drafts! ""' l 



supply, Tbo I 

■ n, n iU,:ir l.ii 



J-""""" ',:- 1 L. ■ .,l..,„l. Il,.,r ,l„.v,:„ , i.,„ „1 ..,„,, 

I' 1 '"■"'■.' "■"" .-r H.i ,1.1 l-:...l-...||.,ll,i- ll.ir.-rj.- 

Ihomi.reiln.j.l,,,!,. n 1 .|...r.- 1 i 1 i'.. r „ol,l U- ran.l', ll,- l-.-u.-r. 



wool i 

Faichased at the Highest Market Rates. 



i Waoon FAOionv at Lob j 



. ui' Gollcr b rsiiiiln-iii, hi Los 



incc they were called upon Willi nn order for 
f trntuportottoii wngons for the Utah trndc, 
n-liicli tlioy tiomplutod eti Inrga ivngons In 
uk. In tho last half of Jnnunry Hicy luruod 
SUO worlli of work rrom Iholr shop. They 
sven blacksmith's fires, and employ thirty 



SPECIAL NOTICES. 



INTERNATIONAL. 

Snn Francisco, Caliromln. 

THE UNDKRSIONED INVITES 
on or the Trnrelini: Pabllci 
rsin partleolar, Io Ibo morlls 

Ibo 111 January, IK7, ua 

FIRST-OLAS8 H o TT B r, , 
Inororyparlleular. Thapresent 

A. S. HALEY, 
JNO. J. HALEY, qdJ E. Ii. ROBINSON, 

wirhadollraa. on! wlihlne- lo aacrnach upon the morl._ 
.11 Ibe maikcd favor with 



uilvely the Sl)P£ltI0R MODE lo 



FAKM STOCK, &o. 



Bouthdown Sheep. 




Bleep I l- leap I Bleep I 



ui JACOB .-i.'!iRii-:r,!,;t< 



Till tbey'm married ae 



', HOME Of BEAl-TY. 



Aruood Ihcte fcitnoncd halls 

Tho prod, Ibo ereat, Ifao living tod the dt 

And yet Ihcy speak— ^petX all : 



Eioglo or pllEhtol, Ukojd 



ill. IVltUl'a nnltniu ..t 11 lid Clm-ij-.-. 
it in iuudUble remedy for Ibo can o/ Csugir, Caldt, 
Bruul, Crtnp, IITiacplng Coiyi, end orory form of 



— James Clark, oh;alelan to Queen Victoria 

CONSUMPTION CAM BE CUHEI 
TluiwholohUionufthliMcdlcliiolelly t .,iii,rr„ 
t Ifiac ^mirieul man. Thuoiaous can testify, am 



8ET1I W. FOII'LElCo., Proprletn™, 18 Tremontslro 
(it^.Tim tuildlOil), ltwl.li>, H«.. 



Ibiu rende 
DESIRABLE STOPPING-PLACE 

For Knmilits or Single Qonllei 
during tbelrnjourn inlhit city. 

TUB 

COAOII," under Iho innerinlondonoo of 
P. D. SUITfJ, late Stage Agent at Sacramento City, isi 

tho Hotel, for One Dolla "a™"^'^'"! Batgag*. 

Asiims in JOHMJ. HALFXa 



_jrly of U.o How York Hotel. 

i;.[] !(--li,i.-|,- 1 I' Mill I. ...Si.rn.pi^.nr.i. 

Jii.J... Oni .... .... ..Li- Aiu-d--. 

Sl»j, It.ean soil ramlly, U. 9. Army Oregon. 






.::::!tv^' 









BAN HERS, ETC. 



MARK BRUMAGIM & CO. 



Bask of Commerce, ------ Boalon, 

SIGHT AND TIME BILLS 

American Exchange Bank, New York, 

Available In the Principal Cities of the Union and 






T?la.o»roTj.sJti-'fc>r e <3. 
JDEVOKT CATTLE. 

fti>jiil fimy h«il, — cninjul.li.u -,t, ,nr -i J'i:,-n j.ciii l.i.ll-, 
as mjny heifer.', or, I ilj,, i.-rn iln-l-r '.l-,-1 Anlii>.,l-. I, r . 

Ilr.ry, ui Kurfl, "■■■■IE-- r . . Il.-r,,r: 1,'f-, IIl.-I'iii.! : Qli'l LI'O IL\.iv- 
"I'l.M'i'J." r.ii.l "J.-i::! Ll :.!."' — '.vhirli I...J-.- l:---i> ..'i.ii.'r. of 

Ohln, .Michigan, 



-,,.-ly, , 






Lllt-.-i.-i.-:: 



Domestic S'tuvis. 

PERSONS dcslroui of perchtsieg splenrllrl 

iji.'il ii.iivi,?, ..i.-i ii,-. i- ■ iii::is ,v-.r i-jjit,.., 

1 c.-,„li..Mi|.|,li,l Live. Ilii, r - .-.I rl:,. Farmer Offleo. A 



French Slerlno Sheep 

DURHAM CATTLE, 

JOHN D. PATTERSON, 



French Merino Sheep and JOJU 
Thorongh-bred Durham Cattle, 
Colirornls market ivilh Animals of SUPE- 
RIOR EXCELLENCE, tnd at price, u low it the SAME 
QUAL1TV can be ohtalned, cither In Amerlct or Europe. 



JVICG-LAUFL-IN & DAKIN, 

P« re ha ting and Forwarding 

COMffllSSION AGENTS, 

Pmcbuing and Forwarding Good) and Horchindito, 
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

To ofl Forties re-hliuq in the interior of Calirornia, 
and Oregon mid .1 i.sbiui.'[-n Terrilories. 

TTAVma LIVED AND CARRIED OH BU9INE3S IK 

.. ^iiu t'r n.el-.-.,, rliri,u-li i-.li.ini, Ln ',j filrr, lie in-,T 

Wr |>ri'|,'i-.-i | invliv-irj- :.r-d I ,r.. ...Iju- rilL kinds of Mer. 
v.-rl-lil.. : Fr.inl-., .....I I'L,,,!:, ^j:,,!:-.., I ■ .j - : - , J-ill,..j, mij all 






Glotli and < llollilng Warcbouae, 

WYMAK 4 CO.'S SUPE11FINE OLOTIIINO. 
lolhf, Cntsimeies, Veiling* and Tailor's Trlmmlnes, 

Gentlemen's Fine Furnishing Guods, 

Alio :,nnoW oalabratod Calf, 



Wnler-iiroof ltools, Trunks, Valiset, Carpet Uni 



Uuibr 



K- B.-Portkiilar ntlentiop r .ld to ordors for OOicera 
. Iho Army and Navy, and ull whj nlth Iho QBSI 

n.(llll I .•,'.;, rnnile In rlic moil opjuotod styles 

I and 161 Montgomery Street, 
Ojipotlle Atonlgomory Bloclr, San Fra 



■.adlGN' Drotfi, TrimnilngH, 

HOSIEHT, "cnsroB3H.-i,ii>rEKr, 

HOOP SKIRTS, 

y article for Ladles' and Children's aso. 
MRS. D. N0HCI10S9, 






, abo.-o Meol 



Paclllc Fringe Manufactory i • i 

DRESS TRIMMINGS CORDS, 

01KDLKS, TASSELS, ax. 

ilantly od hand and made to order. 

o- uoitcuwi, 



HAS OH HAND, a large anortment or Flon IVOIIV 

TAItLBCUTLEIlV: tlw oooio'en Tnhlo Cutle- y „ 

-ith Cocoi Tl|i, lli.no aii-1 .Si, 11, nil,. .,, i, .1 !.',,Llf.,mla, nut up In half ..jand 

f,„ tbo country Irado ]><|..|U.l' i'l iLLlll -I'r.iiiiu.- lo c orc from f..rty to tffty foirla. 

('■mi-. '-I'lr.ifllncKnlioj; a|.., ll„,l r Knltcs alo ■ Full .K'-erliitluil .,f Iho dlseasa and 
" '"' ■' ■ ii: > l " I Vi r i'lf*mer,oflt',.,tont l ..;iiiASi,M,Aloi; [ aeeoinpnylnt owb paclinjo. Priee 
"^'iVsolon'hol ""'""* *.m, BlKfflri,!. 



SIi-eLnl'cs tod other. 

'rtil'insSlONl: Forallniralosslh.ngMMl.B.Dporc 
1 . a (. 

- in, , I, in-., n| iriij neilhooeaiy ol purpose, wo refer; 
The*. It Sclbr, 



v-i.n.Vn'!'!',-;" 



PAINTS, OILS, WIND0W6LASS, 

efco., cfcio., cbo. 
OLIVER & BUCKLEY, 

TTAVE NOW LANDING AHD IK STORE, AND FOR 

3. Cm lie,-' While Lend, 

i'l.".. i:ill!". --ri.-ir. Tnrmnttno, ' 

■:,'.'jj ,:„ll..r., AK-oLuHlUiiercealllitbia, 

i.MI jMlom I'.iml.l. (i:„,ll-l, ,i„,l American!, 
.'.<"■ ■ H'mJ.,,, f,|.,.,.,. ,„i, 1,1,0,), ■' 

f. ,.-::;.■: .- l ,'!li U , , ,'ia, F ',^ l e^"of'all' , a'nld!^ In ourUoc, which 



Iix lots *o s«At, 

At S6 and SS Wasnington street, 

And in and 80 Oregon strMt I l-;.-,i 



SAMUEL PILLSBUKY, 

SEALER IN 

BUTTER, CHEESE, ECCS, 

Hams, Bacon, Laid, 

APPLES, CRAKTBEHBIEB, 

No. 48 Washington market, 



i3£ ,"";." 



t l/o„ ' I Ut- T. Oe; aha".' 
amuranla and f'mlllci mppllcd u loi 



To Poultry Raisers, 

A SURE lUraody for tho Disease of Fowls, peculiar (0 
e.rilt.riii.i.i'ui o]:in ( liilfi«andpaelugTis,iaffioicat 

■i directions for enret 
._._o»l. 
IJ WARREN 4 CO , 

130 Washington stroot, Snn Francisco. 



TTalifobn ia fa bmeb. 



fallits' Sennit. 



Hi. heart, uul ""' k '• , " 'fTI^UAm. 
T* ,Dcuec of Ibe Jcnlh -tad "dl b *<«■ 
Of footsteps hushed, «* moorr-era on ""' - ' 
Of evo« that vetch .to cold dealb-tioee. «» 
Elemilv upon Ibe Chieftain- &«- 
And to tar«w*. U«l«l """ ft- ta flU ' 
Hare settled on tl« Innfce-J" >»• • V ~~„ „ 
HOI, Wave nod Fowl brvafhing-W' " «"■ 
CJ. u the warrior bosrl that ttaqu, above, 

And on JU breast the nbiti-Biogcd rcutils move, 
Homeward ar oat.ird bound, tboj g°— 
ret for a moment pnuBin K on the wins, 
A light cloud start* licne*)!, »■"> '"ins " llu, 3 
ApdnH tit bow— Uieu lifts toward Ibc (on 
And the deep luojiti Df the Tribnlc Gnn 
Ftoi. -V «b. ware ■»- "-*- *• l^'^l- 
-Pa« to lb r tlwptr, T Cn . 00 "^ oh .bo l«ll- 

I. ti d»rk witii »e*. 






are added beauty lo tie page 
ting in Belsbaiaar'B balls— 



Speak* blhelanoT, lli.i«.pn:.J!hcrwin e .<iiit= 

All Is not loil -ben woman's trails wad tor 
tend to a cum. > fanlight and ■ tow, 
To save his bonis Cium rdin nod from blight, 
Tfho drotii froni oort eptnauuW* darker night, 



D love of thnt poor, dc 

J ,;,", „.,,/ ;,.,,:!. n ^orOiily „-^ 
I ,„ ,, „ h .,| M a l«mb lo tin- .lnughtw.' "<>* 

MI ;**d„i,,,. ; . i;: i- :; ;'«^ 

n.olv in e ..ir.rlioB, bs silt COIiuded I'" n " 
k ,,;,i,i,.. Uatnhl how scon die learned H"> ''- 
^Lo^.-.^b.tobi.iwb^n^l.il".- 
nnn" And noie, if her parcnli nod RiatllU "" 
done their duly bj her, she has repented, nnd con 
bbj vrilh deep feeling, 

"Lei Ibe vrorld topi- and '«» »*• 



(QODI wife or DODO.'' Vanmul 'V cl J" 
Very nice In Uiwe mutters. 1W miserable it 
„.;,,„,, .U,,, ,. omen iv,ro nuid, , „-..lMsndull 
|h . ,,,„,,,,;. ml fhftb nailj aurrotina them, u> 

,]„ ,],, L .iiful world, while """ co" - E|!llk " t,m " 
„.;„, |„„.| ,rcct, and chuckle over .t„ir ,»M"t- 
,„„«. AW docs a vi.toooj 111..11 ih»- .l.r.noi 



Ibc other 

..[i-.llflN^ HI 

fnlleD from 
I never co 
pling on th 

HoIIht, »Ii 
ilofhcr 
. fear tb 



1 once tio.ird a rnonp, man any, 
obIu acqUBinlnncc of iiis, who had 
>- "Ifa iromnn foils In the ditcb, 









Tbj cUnirT wilb jewels atjire? 
I bare a Ircutirc deuin- Sir, 



Ibr cbil'l oii'l mine my boioia cljink'. 



Bl«ok Ibcn no mom of Iknipi fikc fbes 
Tbo Joj of f«b B tb« will moko 



Heading lbs almt. Gianni toa frienrl, lb 
inj;. and »ninjriil!n K opon lienj.bo laid ta 
tro aarh irir« E.j F^ /i*ui*.J ;'Tr. n,- lu,i ti 



Mnlhora, now I appeal to voo lo know, if sopL 

am of immorality docs not eiisl lo o c/cnt oi- 

pl in OliforniB ? Is tlrnro not aorno Btsrucni-lite 

,p of Belial Irying to Hatter nway jour innocent 

vcly drtngblcraT 0, beware of [hem in lime. 

Shot Uiem out of jour uoq«*, or, like lha Egyp- 

plognu, they will destroy ull Ihon lovely 

blossoms whkh jou cherisb so fondly; thoseswect 

:o.]ii,liii[i Imdi of benulj, Ihnt you have reorcd so 

delicntely wilb your own handa. 

Wivca, bo on your walch I leal they come bt- 

ccn you nndyour lawful, loving partners. Think 

your fond mother's carts, and titan and rcmon- 

stmntca, nml iisptcinll)' uf t hi c- lowly Savior, who 

jroonco' and Urd, and oVed" for you. Do out for a 

lllouii'Nl yielil lo I lie ivily tdii^rur nf -m'li n vile. 

Ileeationa ropiile, in buinan form. Bnwarc, for 

for your hope of heaven bryond this vntc of siu. 
Sisters, bear what I uotv address to you. Be 

rbLiril.ilitf In yilnr poor «'e!ik and erriiiji ji.lir.1. 

f rJoubtfoJ ['Jmraefcr may pour 
;nted car. Tbluk of your broth- 












The WrontrB of Womnn. 
CnE«o[DitY and promptly do wt give the pi 
of the typi io the noble and Irue molherly eoi 
of "Rosa," and .end forth her words to ber 
«*x over the world. Uo,t K lad ore we lo te 
other [tirt* nf the {.'niiiu nnd lo the world th 
woman siiOen in Cabfuniia, she la surrounded l>y 



,"*'"" """"" •'»■ iW.r.Uill,^];^,,, 

wbalc^uconl batbCbriil,iiiililIcl[alV' 

Now I am not in the bnuil of Mrmanlili 
the above ^u came [0 forcibly i„ my , 
fetr dnya Qpo, that I can uo Lobqcx fori 
(peak of (.orue ol Ulc evlll of Ibe Jireseut 

Mderr, the iwnk ■/.,.;,. r ,i.,.' D | |„„, r 
nature, Hint Harei lo eeniure o poor fumnl, 

of eondnct] <„ . : vn i| I,., docs not In ri il 

(bell ii ,.ii ,,.,.,.,„ ril . M D m(tod wh 

nelivvureunaJiloof cuhjvntion „„,i ni, ■ t . 



"■'.' St Paul. Rnt I ™ leaving lb,. Broo 

ipi 'il bo tillir, hearlfeli nronpi women a I 



"i "I " Oi 0. , i. 

11 .,.,,, 'C"T- 

ii.. , i,.., ta w i-,^. bi " tici ' t ' 



aelvcs, il older^nt 
d lo you, and uAo 
wilhiudgmentyet 



ptlled to tnbe my 
, of nn nncedotc 

of Illustration to bis little dough tor of'lht evil 
eBvcta of wicked companions, comii.nnded her lo 
pick up a conl which lay on Ibe berth ; ibc besi- 
iBlad, S.iyi be, "Like it up, daughter, it will not 
born yon" Sr.odid-so.and found il only soiled 
he, hands. !f r luen ^pluim-d ,„ | lw ,|, P un „| OKr 
how evil [Uiociiilo, ivould [nuke lo*r 



a thii 


matter 1 Yon 


should 


si 


eifyou 


children, and 


:hcir as 






- peruse their 
ood Bocielv abr 


books 
and, let 


11 


sneh 


a encircle the 


fireside 




bonks 


and nature's w 


orks, w 


1 


spirits 


whom their r 


a rents 


n 




1 often Ibiuk 






fblldrcn into prolhti 


comp 


nv 



ii;lil piiu.iiplea - >D inl- 
and with mothers. < V .oeUy, ibl. 
re Its /all weigkt. Let thnn 



nf.,: !. 



l :l Cu..,l .. 



ored Ibeeell, , 



1 tbinlt I've 

■' felMil., .;.,„; „f old, who ao!^ 
1 preach not the Boipcl." The 
■riIg1.IT 



ipnlie I l„„l io apeak, I Bhnuld have been - ye 
fWUjr^ bad I held my peace. And if 1 n, ll; „ w \ 



■f Iho dan 
mulber of 
r duughlcr 



; i ;;;;" i Li - L i | -°»*^-\^»ZZ2 

'" -'\'- " B'OWndy^uirwswMehg" 1 

em u,, phjilqally Bn fl menlBlly, ni well as n ,li 
ly; nndnlthougl, I feel ns |( , hadbul ' 'on ta IT!' 
ye. 1 muat use that lest i, f „ 3 ,, and L^dc in ' 
own m.nd. jtwa. with the rmaite., „i'„.Lj 



Appaal of tlm LadlH' Koont Vsrnon AatoelntJcm, 

[Most gladly do wo offer out columns lo aid 
woman in her efforts lo guard and nmko bcautipjl 
the spot Ihnt should ever bo hollowed ns tl.o JT™i 
o/ m'hioplm. Wc nre e lBd olso lo spread ibe 
tidings thai California is now fully acknowledged, 
and n Vice Regent oppointed. We know mnny 
generous efforts hnve nlrcmly been mndc for this 
noble work - and now, by the appeal which Is here 
tnado by the duly appointed. Vice Regency, of n 
lady, every way o,naliucd to enliat Hie hearty nn ■ 
energetic efforts of the women of California,, w 
feci thnt there will go up a response such na i 
worthy the Golden Slate. By rcfcreiico lo Urn fo) 

Ibe folloiving nppcnl, nnd we trust every mollie 
and daughter of our Slnle will feel thnt it is od 
dressed to her [leraon.illy, demanding her personal 
tribulo nnd labor. We shall be happy nt nil limes 
to respond lo Ihe call of Ibc Vice Regent, nnd 
publish whatever mny bo desired, to ndvnnco this 
Godlike work, and feel glnd thnt we arc thus 
enabled to aid In a work Ihnt must receive the 
tinili'i and approbation of Heaven.] 

To rir EM** 'J ■*' <W»r»ia faraur i 

Sin, I iuelosc a copy of uu Appeal to Ihe People, 
of California, in bclinir of the Jlount Vernon 
Ladies' Association of the Union. In nil parts of 
our toiintry the public journals have lent their 

therefore, lo nak the publicatinn of this documenl, 
and invite yoor coOperotion by cdilorials nnd other 
notices, designed lo enlist the syropulhica nnd 
generosity of our people. I inclose some numbers 
of the Slounl Vernon Record, staling more fully 
the objwlsj, plan, and progress of the AsSDOlaliqu. 
I propose tbnl yonr charges for advertising be 
entered oi) Iho Regislcr nt Stount Vernon, as n 
contribution by the Culirornia Parmer. 

Reaped fully, iUoDaiils: C. Blaxdiso, 

Vice Regent for California. 



NUBSEIiY BUSINESS. 



BIVEB BANK 

NUBSERIES 

CALIFORNIA. 



FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL 

m TKEES ! ! « 



8,000 Fear Trees 

(On Sendling Pear Stocks), ono nnd two years ol 

10,000 Apple Trees, 



3,000 Clerry Trees, 
1,000 Plum Trees, 



CURRANTS, 

LA1VX0S BLACKDKllltY (tlroua;, wsl I- rooted plains), 
RASPBERRIES, ETC 

IN THE ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT, 

American Elms, J lo 5 foot; Silver Ma plos, 6 lo 7 feat; 
Mountain Aib, J to 6 root: En E I lib Wain n ts, Chinese 
Atbor Vilas, California Redwood, Eto. 

£& «»,....,.»,„., tK 

%-ST FLOWEBIKO SIIKBBS. ^ 

Wo would Invito Ihoso who are aboul lo plant out PEAR 



PIANOS, MELOOEON9, 

Alexandre Organs, and Music! 

Prices Greatly Reduced ! 
HORACE WATERS, 

Nn. 333 Ilromliror. Hew Tor". 



r,„, raniif of .rife— !rom tboae In 
lor fci'l. lo thine of ibc mwl elcBUnt 

ii'l 1 ', 1 ,' m.- iIm'nu-i.i"'., "nrlrt)°and C cc1i!b.ilf oflu loJlniraetiU, 
m.r llice.-llr.-iei-lj Ii.it j.ricri rJ wllltll lliCT BIO lolfl, 
Ilnrnce Wnlrra' Blwlcrii Impttrreil Pl<man,wluj 

„ r „„ , | n „ mm™, hire hi their re" tei}- '■■- ! o.r-:-. ^^J 

*»b™i.i™d'S°riA«»J^llini«^Br«^o.° 



' ;: S-';;' 



lo glto porfccl 
.(''i. eight -i'_.j- . ">'■ ' 
'■ii-'l'''.; ... '■-■'. aftoon 
bara^ihu, cotutnclly irr 

il enuloeud of SIuilo 
"oris publUhed In ibu 



11,,., M,rl 






llcgeut and Vice iteacnlB, 
Uolnn. 


about tbreo-unarters 


fa mile north ofBealj'a Hold. 


t&- Orders by mo 

to as lo bear traoiporl 
which a reasonable o 


I, or by Wells, Fargo & Co., nill 
on, and Iho Trees Keenly packnd, 
utioo io any part of Iho State— for 
argo hIII bo mode. Tnrnu Cash, 



"e, tbey hH in 6"lhel around Ihe I 



; ; " r .' ; ■; r ^'-'^' "■ .!i":,."r"!i*j"!'!'".'j:!" yi : u';"i.'. n ;!!';r. J - !» 



,;.",' •'-'— vm.,111. nriea,; 

:,f ' but duty call,..,! !„.„!„, and /„,„/., 
nil the apolojrjihatlolll,,,,,, ,,'[,"' 

-VVehmo. 



I fill], due, ill..' ...lo-; l,|,t,|, !!,.,,' i,,'^ 

T "'idoil, und lint, nnd .on-lln,:!!,,,;,',!,^'. 



■ el 




Piualt 

''''■'"".'": 'V',/ 1 , 1 "- ';■'■'■ ' ' ■"'■■. V V :i m ' V ';;"; >:':'<■ 




h 


nidi 


Iho enlllTBli 


n of Iho 




r.: I.'J Me. 




HtTBr 


Seedlioss of 




raising, and 




n 




n-lh from 3 t 


T fool, 


ccordlnp; to 1 


e b Jbll ol 


Ii 


vnr 


o!y. »'* hav 


all et 


Iba vnriotle 






thy 


f cnltiration 






Ibe mos 






Paar Culiurb 


s at ti 


e East, and n 




«r* 


icJl 


THE 


NURSERIES 




lr 




led nt Iho R 


Bidonca 


of i. i..n;i )!■; SANDER- 


-ON. i,i 




dlog fr 




•> Alvbn; 




ullh 


oo- nm rtors of 


a milo c 


ortbofllejl, 


a Bold. 



ck k Shitd, 15 Clay itreot Wharf: nhoro spi 
i bo aeon oner December lDlb. 
L. P. SANDERSON A: CO., 

[-• ■ lln.T Daub Mnnerles, 
Ssn Joso. Callforoin, 



i u :■ in i n f a I Slirubbcry, 

THE GOLDEN-GATE NURSERY, 

#011^,™ Tft^ AND 9 UR DBI*aRr-| 
of all klodi can bo found at this cjtab- 3C 

TREES AND PLANTS, 



Lllnes, 

I'.li-iiol,,,., 
l.H,-llol..r., 



fin this collection -ill also bo found 
Two Hundred Varieties of 
MONTHLY ROSES, 

sojoub: them Mtra-ilie Plants, rer>landnrds or ollmbon, 
and of Uo nowcH and rorosl kinds. 

leular attention psid lo avory Order receive 
^olootod wilh care, nnd forwarded according; 

dans laid ont. In best , If l„ 

CATALooons t.111 bo forwardod by mall on nr.nl 

i ■ llie ool, r i-n,.,l """ueu uj man, on nppi 



an Idifv lo llicir t -„ ..] ^iml.iy m.l JuraWity."— [IVoud ii 

" riniMM 

' II. \V„|.-,... f ;.,,_.p,.., r u ir . iJ-,.,1,,; al rf Qn0 f ronr 
In" il I 1 1,1 . '.I;,. Ill I.' !■',.„'■, 

v.. Juij -.- ;-. '•i',-.w,i.',..-i>..„Hr: i, .'.-.-;', ',-!i ii:',. ,'r,--'. 

dlipn tnfa Dad In c.."7,l onli-r : ,1,11 ve\l pli-^?,-,] mil, f|,r .-.In r)^l 

M^I-kTi-.m j-,.u .1 or io.- ,,.-.. ilulv r.-r, :.. i.l |r, ^, ; , .Imi.I^i- f ^ni 
'i". v Inlt> ],r.-,.ir. .-f r-. ..-,, ,!,:,i ih,- i„,„ u ,i.-„ii. lo.-lilv-.r'.. 
factory; nml I I- f i.-.u -a ill ....-,.-. ,,1 „,y il, .,„;-. , ur ,| : ;. v . ry 
l,'-i,] l-.-,o,„„ ,.,,::■!: ..,„■. o,r„, !,:||,;.,, I ,..,,.„.,.,.,- b ,.,f. 



IK 'J 



aliJbconBt. Will do nil I r 



JltJoD, nnd 14 tcij- i;oi,:^ iz-ljajbr-.-'l l,y M iv ei nm- r,. t . l.-nlly. 
,W,-;,i my ili.o,!.- r,. r - y. u, j, roajptneu."— { Itcberl Cooper, 

ly.-— I'n.'TUT .1. l.'iil:r.m. I.>in|ibclh<a, licJrct-. 

' «■.-!,.-.. 1. .■_- ^,.i,:l, ,,,.|,.. I 0, y. .■.,!,., Iv. villi ■■.i,l, ! , ■:,■.■!, n 
V -',10 ':.' .Vl. , ^[ici"BlllJaloD C l ^ '« : ™L■ "" L ' ra,B " m "' 

"'"■•.y.'. , '!" ' ; ';; ,k~i N .b^ir^"u ! !f''h lt"' ™\v '" *"" ° 

' -lBon-lttlgr. Mbela; of the icrj ba.1 qu»Uty, ,: 

le Stain Fair d I. played srrotirr nscdlweii la 

Ih-iri.o-lily ',io.:,ifv| iiL-hrcrhl. \'.',- Jr. .-,,.;, iJ.-iOl i[,r.: !tu .:,.. 
l.'Inl., ^n.!l [,.-.-ri„JM On-,, :.! | hi- iIlto 1,1 * L i,v .,;ij.v [i.'ijjc- 
lo II..- I'i.I'.ii."— (.tilv...v,0: ,o.l J.iomal. 



[i.-i.-.o-i. I 



-|S V 



1. W.H.T 



The Anniversary and Sunday-School 
jVtuio Book. 

TuncaaoJ Uymn., Jn»t pabUtbrd l.y 
H3, Akui, ITo. 3Jt ItrmJinv. Nl-.v- 



TREESI THEE81! TEEESI! 

GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 

^ ■*. mj x rmr 



COMHIBSION MERCHANTS, 

a AH FRANCISCO. 

(Opposite Washlii B ton Murkel.) 
j^ fn"j E !..io™o l ' H ?ri n d I0f!ED - KEsrecT-*— 

<■" H - P- Willi am,. 



N^S'StS 



'■to'- t:.,„",'i ,'.■.'"., f:i;"." l ,'jj'!.i r || r i'.." '',; ,l ,!', i -!,'!i-, l r".-' 

™ ''^'-f,' J , u '.' I'ltilbilK-d Ipj UOK.ICB 




nt priLVi lvhrrll .Illy comp, till.o, Monthly F .-.y, , |„, 

ii-oo-. nml M.:l,.J„,„j. p,. :„„| M,.|,,|..., 11M : ir „,.,, „, L ,[ 

Tliwidivay. IMMtAOK WATEit.H, A ■, ,J 



--- - ,r |? rl °. u °-l"" L ,'"" ^'1 uu, 6 >' 'luiiii'tu- i-'.ill. "iio- Kill- 
'i'"/' wi' 1 ,". ' "'''''"'■ '"■' ''.''''"' "" |, .i |, - l l "'.li-l'.-l I.) Hull' 



n ANNIVKIISAHV A 



i, .Mj".'',',Vo!u' l 'Mr!-o' , T'l7,''' oi'T be " B,U ' a1 ' '''"Tar 
r l-faDo, OjnrJ ""af id 1 \ 

l'riee?eenlMhigb1l tl<p huZtni^^'rltZt ' l^t'' 



GOAL YARD. 
C. H. EASTMAN, 

WiioltiHuic und Rclaii Coal Dealer, 

Corner of Battery nud Qrogon Slteols, 



i.ana.Horicostlo(3l »m),Cuinb riand,Soh jlkIll, 
10, i-onwh, Liverpool (Oval), Sootoh, nnd otbar 

« «» A M^. , 
"Or- CONSTANTLY OM HAND, jb, 

also-Boit Mo. I SCOTCH P IG IRON. IK-aia 

Hag* Wonted. 



THE CA.X.IU'ORNIA. FARMER. 



31 



I Turned the Latob the Wrong Way. 

Is a private family the other day, wo met B 
fprighlly little girl who mui tr/lng hard to open 
tin' door. Wo saw the frown on her brow, ami 
her little lip began lu corl. Presently those lip! 
parted, and angry ttorda " l,0,lt ,0 ° "° ld lloor " 
broke forth. A. little while afterwards, another 
door slopped her course, and again her ffctralnej! 
found rent In words. Being near nt tile lime. I 
said to her, turn np the Intcb, iny Utile girl. She 
did so. and passed on smilingly. 

A few days afterwards I happened to lie at her 
Esther's house again, and as she was requested to 
do some little duty, she begnn to murmur, and 
jnid, 1 want to do it another way, Father. I san- 

his request firmly. The little girl knew she ought 

her own perversencss wanted to have her 
way. She murmured, Father is so cross I Vet 
site submitted unwillingly lo the duty. Agai 
simple request was made by her father, one ■ 
iras for her good, and again she rebelled 
wished to do it htr «wy. Again tbo clond ci 
upon that parent's brow. Away she went mutter- 
ing, Father is so cross; he metritis Bit hare ray 
own sin/. 

That little miss was near where I was writing 
nt the time, and passing near me, I called In her, 
sayiog, Little Miss, do you rcmcmtier the dW- 
lulch the other day 7 Oh yes, said she. And why 
could yon not open the door 1 said I. Oh, sir, 
Ixtjoir flurtixl /.'.-■ Ijid ihr. it r 1,113 -t.i>,! ll'ell, my 
little girl, did I nut hear run air just now of your 
father: Oh, he is so crop;, he never Ictsmchnve 
my uwn way? You did sir. And was that right, 
my little girl ! Tell me now, my little friend, do 
you not think ymir f.iilur ivil. right iu his requests 
of his little daughter? Yes sir, be was. And why 
now do you think he was cross ? why do you think 
the cload came over bis brow, when his little 
daughter refused 10 obey him ? Do you remember 
the door that j-qu tried to open ? Ob yea, air, 1 
do, and [ know now why my father looked sad in- 
^ r l- .nl rif imilini;; / ;->n\>.l 'hi ''>'r.', ih- \rre*r*:i ir.ry/ 

May every little (,'irl that nods Ibese word..-, re- 
member that when the efiSd Hiabtgt, a cloud will 



FOBDHAM, ^E3SnSTI3STGS & CO. 




I II I. 



erfol willing obedience, »]<>nv 
ne; and we hope the rceital 



di-nlieili.'iil erring .-liil.l I, 
M t laid tic light tea/. Th 
to n parent's heart. 



an find Ihtnro 



"Hotiieb, I'm iifr.jid .1 l'ev,_r -.vr.iild g« hard with 
me." "Why so, my son?" "Cauao von sec, 
mother, I'm so small that there wouldn't be room 



E boy upon whom his mother nsi 
irsiiTinl irltiislisenienl, ,~:iid: 'Give r 
*e licks more, mother, J don't think 



heu, o 



\m' tfVliJ^lhaT mTke< 
'1 or poor, according to wh 



W H E IE L E !R He WILSON 

MANUFACTUEIHG COMPAHTS 

SEWING MACHINES. 

343 Jlroadtray, Sew York. 

Agencies throughout (lie United Stela. 



m E tieat 



award id by tbi 



.}■ Hi- Anini,- 
S-..V. 6, 1=37. 



Also, hi[;be:t Premium a 

Fair, aod U:*->i..iiI h. iii u i~, li.iHi, l;u , ( _ „„,j 
Sbino State Fair. 

SEE THE FIRST PREMIUM 

SEWING MACHINES. 

WUEELEFl i. WILSON'S SEWING MA- 
■:iti:;i;~ w,'<i ti>o iiu.st ritUMii'M n the Me. 

Wheeler &, Wilson's Si-wiu- Machines- 
ff.n rwniMn.i.:! ,h- il,(;nt~r iiui.mii.:.'! „. 
tbo Stale Fair, Morysrtllo. Allivart, 15S9 

Wheeler 4; Wilson's Sewing Maehinr-s 

" Bh vi 1 ' F ' Jn FAMILY 



B*B,« 
Whci-le 



4i San Jo-o Fair, Sepl 
& tt'ilsou's Sewing Mac 



i i\i -i asl. coAK.-i^T f , . 1 f.Vi'. l :!' J l i: a i-'ji iVil i':": 



Oplniona ef tha Haw York Fn 

Tbcy Ite Ian (.roritet fiir/mtUDL— riau. 
Workunnro Baifarmlj Ibma U, MadWAMfA 
Doihooockof rca oriUmtj- leirarn— Jatr, O. 



lRi».f!! 



And Dealers In 
FLOUR, PROVISIONS, FINE WINES, TEAS, 

WOODBM-WABB, ScC3., 

rami lies", Ilotcl, Slilp, Fnrmers' ami Rmicbcrs' Stores, 

Put tip to Order, and at the Lowest Rides . 
■3-OoodsdelIvereda9uinal. 19-101 FORDUAM, JENNINGS & CO. 



GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE 

DE. F. G. JOHNSON'S 



HO LOOM BE BEOTHEES : 




BOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS. 

oiknunwhin and doraWUly 'Vli"' ' ; - -■':''■ 'iil'-r'' '■.<'•:«'■'■''. >'■' ■■ ii.:'' i ' "h-\ Boy,', nod'cilildrerjf 'woEt. 

iuT.lin- U...-" l]i. -Ii-'i -i,-.:i:ii- .-'Iit-. UIKNi'M Iln'jr.- ;u..i .-[I'll:-, Tr-.m tlio lir.l h.io<cj in Paris. Kon 

Yutk, Pblljdoll'hia, >ad Bojloo, Cu-i, ■:n-(u.i. 1.. r..., 1 . ,iuli-:ir U'm, ,,.,.. .„.,-. a-.-i. Rctaii, SlOBIB, 

HOLCOMBE BnOTHEKS. 



(iilnnm's Seedling Plc-planl. 

THIS SPLENDID VEGET- 

.1111.1; i, n:.w ..riv-l in j|.. 

'■ ■ tjHjrleclionl.y ■[,.■ -,r-.- 

le J, "ii-. |.r.-. u.,,1 In 




s j,;e0L jF j ^ 




JONAS G. CLARK & CO. 

IMPOIITEIIS lT^ 

MANUFACTURERS bSH 



FTJXllSriTTJT^rE, 

138 WasMngtoQ street, 



FINEST FTJBNITTJKE, 

and nonld inrite the ■J.tanlion of the peblle to 

OUR PBE3BNT STOCC, 

Th« Latgot ercr iifferal on the Pacific Coast 



W M. H. MOORE, 

in Francisco Brass and Bell Foundm 

NO. 63 HALLECK STREET 




Gauge Cocka, Cylinder Cocks, Oil Globes, 
Steam WhistlM, HydraTilio Pipes and HoezIm 

Ft>a MIsihq MjrposBS. 
IT COUPLING JtifHT s nf m, ,i M . Tl0-33ni 



Iliii'iiHr-; -liliyi,.„.|.„,- iv,,.,, ,,[[■; . iri ." 
L-KnJciit ibu Olllto of tbo E»rojcr, 130 Wail 



m. r,.r 7.,,, -..ill, „, : .f il v lj,ir:..!|-',. i,,,.,, 



□ruculil In rill. ILK). 






LI |.i-.*-.-..li'!fvo that there 
, <■ IHtCTOH ar..l ;i Hill ii- 
"r-i. -.:!..' nr„l ;■. Ii. .;:!.■!■, .,r,:| 



jpaeogaecd 

Ik-li ,. ■■,■![, ,; that I ii; 



lolioTin,; lb.lt litoljai.c-ttu.il, and that til. : |. ,:,,,!, ■ 
b to kcil» nhorn thoj con i<l lli.jlr |,re- t ri|,riuN, Ollud 
tiafetj, laillhcrc.ticrllHUiCmfiir 

Hair (lie Price ttiually ftmiBcit 

L ]>rngft null ClicmleulV. 

-.-"ball bo ONE oftho boit. If not THE 

lli:-l : V lv-,: In Culif.-.rnla t'i nbl.iin ..viTVLlim . N-.-.l', 
ODD and STItANGEiolhi. Jlru^- line, on, I 1 |,,iil1I. (.. 
make It tho m-,.r mlnu.iit . li-j-. ■( f-.r ci-ir> ■.■:.lujl,| t . 
Patent ModWao, Drn K and Cbomieal. Wo Invito j.ro- 

thctn olnng. Wo have s largo and Wruucblj flro-iirool 
Dru([ Warehr.il'.! I.. In. II iIivin. 1111. 1 , nr.,01 lo hui tUra 

Upen ail M K litT 



to !■„ 



-ill (1 



a than 
1 indiffoot olrcaoulai 



MEI>I01Nl-:= AT t'i,.,l':il,.. ,., 
or rlroo good oitlMB.. 

■ ill do a boilnoH on a CASD 

ountiMhl.oln-l hiT r-.r, 1, 

ii.lrLtialoa.,o.llj,i[„., ! ,,:., 1 ,, r . 1 
nricDot oaritoods. 



ONLY Tin 

■■.,■■ I",: ,■■ 



iitlVid 111 



... f.,ll„ u 






ircoodi. Wo think 



and WE WILL TtV. 



iSt. "■ ' 



{J. L. P0LI1BMDS 




PATEHT 8ELF-EEGTJ1ATING 

WINDMILL. 

MANUFACTURED BY 
3D. VAN PELT. 

THIS MILL IS NOW WIiniK TI1E REACH OF 
ALL; sod boin.- .:n, -Iru-^.l ,.11 m. 1 Ir.,„, 1- rtilboul 
dnnl.urio m.-.'I |.,.Tt-.-,-l i.i-l .1. iril.lt>,,-,- well u tho most 
cmni.HifcAl Windmill lo rho norld. 



Tha above jirleM Include oi-oijthins lonilr to nroct. 

DEPOT OP MANUFACTURE, 
Ins. 90 and 02 (Itusli Strccl, 

SAN Fit AN CISCO. 



POLAR OIL. 

30,000 GALLONS 
REFINED POLAR OIL, 

In Barret! and Carol, 

FOR SALE AT LOWEtt PRICES 

Thin ovor before olTorod In California. 

Puroliasnrs of Oils wnulil iln wnll tu vlalt our 

isiabllihurent. iHifum l.i(1u? I" il.ilr ivintor itoc*. 
QT Wo will guarantee to mit ALL <u to anility and price. 
I. ilm oltcrcd 11 crcitlj nduenl r"IO>. 



STANFORD BROTHERS, 
:ific Oil akd Caiiphchc VV'onss, 

48 Front alretl, near CalltornJl. 



LAWRENCE & HOUSEWOETH, 

^OPTICIANS 

177 Clay street, 

Optical, Matlremalieal, and Pliilosopliical 
INSTRUMENTS, 



powor is reqoired. iho prica^ will bo 
ii,., r.,1,1 „.■> 111., i.m.r 1- ln L TL. .-:1. Tuoy iir';jij..L.i[.riljk..l 
Uinniii.-n.-.L^.I in JJ li..f..c-| um^i,ii».i mil ,i n . lie, 1 

ai mani'iiaaWai a SloainBo^ioo, w°th"i> n TL.k or «- 

'....r„..i- ..- 1 .-'..'... Ml hi 

■u.-li.'M.nir .„ ,<ill,-ili,fj Iti-Mil .1 ii- .,:li|.r.n:.,n :u-l 

il.ilil) (■■-,,■,.. I,,,, r l-J.i--. ", , IM.r^.jll V .inll'.ilH- hi. 
:i,lr:.;..'Nf \V i r-.( , lm 1 1 ■: 1 1, , r r,,., c. u l|.,.| IE lf ,. .-,.1 ,1,1,,^ 
tier ha tu ..laii.inirf I\k„- „n.I ,„:,11 t,:i ,:n in H - l-' JtJ ,-, 
ihleh aio doiwinlfl u|-i:i lu .■ r.L-lj ..i .- Ihr -i,tl nf lb.; 
.ill i "h...r.M,. I.y lir F Ii |,,bn ..„■., 1',..,,,. (i,„ r.,i,- 
thoir cd s .. nub,, ni_.il 



?bV\£™i 



by tl, 



'nfeff r I..Miii..- in .1'. ..i-i.iLT .in J «i|>l lining Iho mechanical 
|.rii)J|.lo 'Jl».ri ■■ (jL -tl rL-!i.iiiL-:- I ii.,-1 l.-r I ii.ir -j, ..Ti-tii i' 
-.11 other Mill! knonn, ur rfnlii,-h «.. b in; !:.n.irl- 



TO THE PUBLIC 1 
MRS. A. E. IRWIN, 

reatlj enlarged bor En 
.ditoekcdit irithararici 
and elegant aitortmcat of the 
RICHEST AND MOST DE5IRA 
BLE GOODS, 
H. - = [-.:■_-■ f i j I «»■ turtles the pablio to call and eiai 






KS, PEBBLKa. .nt inn".. .■..■■! 






















U«J SpecIAclca. bill feel tbelr ikhr br 






















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■'I','! I'";" 'n , , l -"lm'.""n-'li"r, 


,T "r"li"-!i.,j r i„- L ! 






'Jn*<£Zs«" 






,.„,M'i-,, 1 .,LiUie«mo prlea, 


here 


""afar 




aims 
































Zr 














IA0H1 


'rFh'fi GLASSES far Examining .RiAHYZ. 














.Iger. ,t S, 






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Per 


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inn 


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IWCUy.1. 






FIRST PREMIUM 






tpeoimoa of Prcjorvod B 




bail 



F. GRUBER, 
NATURALIST, 

- NO. 110 CALIFORNIA STREET. -£*. 
Roomi Nos. 19 and 20, Third Floor, 

SaK Ftn.vrlnco. 



'. D— Callforoia BIraV Skioj, and olhor Natural 



ROBES, 



DRESSES. 

CAPS, 
IS, 

DNDER LINEN, 
AND EMBROIDERIES. 



VAILS, 
UATS, 



INFANTS' AND BOYS' WARDROBES, 
And orory aillclo required tocoiujilolo a Lady 'i outflt. 

Mr- [.i-.f-iiularlFdouirt' lu inform ixir-itw ft.-.m II. o 

1 .'■■ '><•.:■■ !' I. i Ii. ■ ■.,.! r l,il,lr.-n'.. U.irun'rii'. ft! n i,r'.ui|.'l 

■...I ■ .... 1. 1..- i>. 1.1«- i. mi. in ■:.-... I., i Hi,, I-. :-.■■ .-, h 

jiricoj AsoTidoii-.. „1 lb,. ..| |.-.-:i„ii ,„ , i .1,,. „„.rii ..( 

th» , ro'iT r er , o'a'."r\*cd°l ho'r 'ihoVlnt-elafflPrainlum. f(- 

Lu.l.n.i.l,,!). Lrf.-,ni„):..n;, L.i'll.:.,' and tlif.,1,1-' Ci[, 

and [:■■■. ■ ■ (.1 ibu., 

.. b'.-r ■ '.'.i'.li'biiicnl rball c lte ireffVct' '■ iM^'i,-! i..ri.' 
I„.,„.,i,.,-.:ill l.-j j-oT.jr „],.<! Ac-jr.linojnr^.,1 ih 
i.ni B o horcloP.ro »o liberally bn,n.w il nj„n b.-i 
ipcoifolly eolloiled. IT 




0M 







JJELABIGNR, 
Com m Imm Ion niercbant, 

So. HD cmr atrcet, Han Pmneluu. 
PCBCHASBP. .so SELLER of all kioda o 
M,,.,. liol. l iil,.|,„,,iu ji.,. ,, ur( hiio aadrbtpui 

.V' 1 " 1 "; !"»l"tl-- uf NI'lt.'iHitllS.T..-.--. Mu.,1, 

.n.M'Uiit.. t,l...l.,.„ li; „,.. . .. : .,,„ r ., ,...,,,, d ,„„.,„,.. 

.«'■" . t.'. r ill jinrchiM and ull f„r n U.,n,i,il,.il,,ii. nr 
by -[.-in Coniraol. |7 



JOSEPH G-ENELLA! 

^n PIONEER CROCKERY STORE, 
™» 180 and 182 Montgomery street. 
Near Jackson Htreat. SJ,V FRANC/SCO. 

HAYINO 1U3T RECEIVED A 

NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OP 

GOODS, 

Indies hij Old Friends and CuiUiuion to call Bail 

The Goods have been Bought at Low Prices. 

Thsy have been wlcoied by himself, «hu hu twonty 
yean' oinorioace lu'tho Crookory and aiiuabiulnora. 

THE GOODS ARE OFFERED AT LOWER PRICES 

Looking (.ki:..,i> I 

Looking GlasNOS I 

A largo lot of Oihtcd and Omamonlal 

Pier, Mantle, and Oval, Luiikinj; Glasses, 



1 



Harness, Saddles, Bridles, ££| 

WHIPS, COLX.AKS,T^ 

SADDLE WARE, &.C., 



L. HASKELL, 



^n* LO0M1S, IJALL a; CO , 

^OOHHISSH" 1 MERCHANTS, 



LOU.MIS, IJALL 
188 I H MB! 

= It O D TJ c E. 







^^fBr^^WTAFABMBB. 



lotting arothe pre 

That n.Itcr.i.'itmc 
State, and too dill' 


rout.-." Abtcc.1 lo. Th 
visions of the WU: 

„l, (,, il,.Trtrd in Itrn paper* « 


paj WpetrJB. 

On lliellflth or 
Hon 10 reconsider 


Janunrj, Mr. Gtrin made a 
Hit bill. II' I'rifJU'l '■ • 



id the tabic; liul 
o lUcr 



M..,:.V.,v. :il7l .lumuirv, nil tile im.rnin- 
day Ilit overland mail left St. Louif. 

UoJloo, Jin. SLi .— William II. IV- II. t) 
dvl j-, : .u-rJ:.J ivry m-Mi-rdy In-ui |>.imtj: 
boon enjojing good health i 



l,i-i.r...i. 

dered in th« Supreme Juiikijl C>ur 
.,,,1 W,.rw-.l.-r liailr-.ad f.ir SSWI" 
i Mr«. ftuali E. Eljaar, whoao hni 
bet—If injur*! .■"".. mn ->;.•" !■: 



.1 lUm 



j bwo defeated bjJtlTra 



tin: .-..I.jn-d flciririL- |.-ri.'.i,-il. Sli 
eleamcr. sad Injured for $30,000. 
Nor York, Jnn. 2S.-Tbe Hnrloii 

Wlrde of UlackirelVn I.l.nd, itbon 
ilroa-Dt.1, fluppoaed to IraphvalcUni 

Trcoanrj Department, dijpatched * 

Cujlom lltuMt. haj laid h« report 1 



if lalil^inb, anil It 



I-.-,'. .,!■« = ■■, J ..::,.iA,nVj, and F*" 






iqu»uir.6asi»cf » 



, r is.-iiiji! 



Bitail Prim at Waihinglon 
wtaFouiont* 'i...d»Se 



UnJcnll 1* i ■ i 

CafflilSfT. ed- i ■ ■■ 



,■.,..., 



..;.,, ,,!..,-. :. 



,.1 i'.';i|-l- i' E 
..,..i.,V,.|».r.. .■ 






CUckcat?(KiiV.'»i MB1 VI ! II ..'■ ■ .,'..'. ,., I," i, . r:1 , '7;- . I 1.1 
7lrT*'-i '.: .. ''.'... I ■.'■illV.l'ii-, iilJ, 935: 




B. F. BOUNTREE, 

llB CLAY BTREBT. 

BUTTER! BUTTERH BUTTER!!! 

I HAVE IS 
It reduce. 
3C0 Erklm Choiea TABLE BOTTER, 
100 Erhltu Cooking IPTIBR. 

JlMiPoili! 




!. ird.it 

|l»IO>, 



. ,,n I ,-n 



bed Sugar; tJJJJJ 

tunr, China So rar..4»»™ 
illtu, Soap, Dried Ari'lM.o 
tonnd.n BGrMBrTSloro. 



^-lAJafc CltLT.Tl 

Tie trodo of grtKtn, famlHei, bonrdiog-hou« ki 
n-J farmers, <■ reipaetiullr nlicltctl. 

•roll j bought at foreod 



- Mr good] a 

quenllll 



enabled t< 



7 p^Q I.D, AtrALPA^OIl C1IB.E CMtV-BH 

7SE<iwn^Ii'«»' rui:iiB 8EED3, 

i^"^-r!;!-!:!:::^i;..,.., IC n..ri«jn. i 

8I1ADE TREES; 

p bL J *MliS'L.»n tlru 
Bo do Hungarian Graaa; 



301. Hi French Bu;arbc 



Pianofortes, Melodeons. 



LODIONS, BWUn, bun nilabllibnl an 

Agency for the Sale of their Instrument 1 , 

MOORE'S PACIFIC FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, 



tr. COUItTAZ will aupertnK 



in FUtln; up and Toning 



PRUHIHG 
nd rewiring bf 



BUDDIHO KM IVES, 

i, 11I in 1 nl Implements, 

nj Eiprou from the Statu, and 
general assort me at of 

Field, Garden, Flower, Frttit and Tree 
SEEDS, s,c. 

II —(.:. it'll gu« fur 11 111. I- J on a; 



CALL AND SEK THEM. 



SEWING MACHINES! 
First Fremium, 1858. 



GROVEll .1 HAK11KS 

Willi M.i-.-l.ir.e l-vk Kir.-t I'rei 

■ham.-,' F.iir.jin |-..i.iri;..| 



a for Work at Me 



u .^.'h'R 4 BAKER'S 
Wbol Maebinc l.iik I'ir.l l'n>iniuio at ?nn Joaoconntj 
Fair, Ii r.uitj- .-(.niii,: ""'I EmhroldetjT 



S II. UltlllllAM. >"lo Ai;<mi 
.■-l...:l t.«I-.<(cn California and 



The Genuine Dry I'tLL 

SANDWICH ISLANDS, 

JACOB SCHKIEBER 

Ken door to Ink roalio nal no HI. 
OS- DRY Pl't.U lithe ilcillbieil, ^[teit, Cbeapu 



priidnn i eeautiun, The I 

I'.i Vki.., Emanuel il: l-;:.:iin; Kn,„- i.f llolj. 



r:..,nl lir-t '1 


si ^niinul., for «rl 








1 




th judgment and ci 










Mr. Donej 

I;..'.-, hi ii, t > 


ibihilcd Li* (lock 


n t: 


iindrt.-i-ivrr. 




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in .1,. !„■ „■■ 


W'ed lhe°'nn UK '' h 




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hiliin-.llii,. - 






,,1-ln ■ .11,,;,] 






hll iiniiiiul. 


-[Am, SWBk Jour. 





ALAMEDA COUNTY MILK 



PTJRE MILK 

ALWAYS OS HAND. 

larxiA Hiiritraajm and FniLict »u|ipH«l, br 16«tI 

Ibtdr nnlc™ ■! Ibe Dttk,!. ur c'tIij tbrn, m The Tjjlicr 

ot IbeWa^Do, »bn u uon vl the Proprldon. 



it tilt and Ornamental 

TREES AND SHRUBS, 
Hoses, Vines, and Exollc Plants. 

PARSONS & CO., 
Flushing, near How York, 

«£3Eh INVITE nltenlion lo Ihtlr Gnc gjo 



■]i. f [■.XuTIf HKl'AKTMKNT. occrjpjrne, 

■ ■ ■: -|- ■: '.■ ..■■'■ r. T,. ,,.,.. .-. I ] XilTl^ 

n'iv.r K'i-r''.|..'|.,.li,,M,; ','■'. !,',,'.', i ,',.',",', L.r'^.t-wjrl 







ieied a..-. . 

plaw in, |.r Ul.lt fui, 
popnlalluo. 



'■^■u'".V 



. . i ■■ 

■■■■■ I, .., , 

■ojcctlnir pow. 



.■in, 1. 1. I.I, '.ii.Linccv lliit of 
tiillii--.... known. A, Bn ch 
ilfgfSH illl«icnln 112 pul 



TLu , 



nigh. 



* Win.— TheSnour,, ].,„,. 

I -■■:.- 1(1, IU (Li- -.il,,-,.,,.! , 

■" "liU.it. Hot Mr W. 1, 
■otuhluiandKdTrlnelhli 



I' U. (I 
THEES, 

I*. Tnemarreow 
' IH lii tH'.N.\Mi;MAI, IIF.P.W1T. 



S>iraruj. Litact, fbriyUtiai. Weigtlcaa, 

SUviniat. An dromedai, PyniiJuponica, 

Nonctty Spruce, Dtciduom Cuptcu, 

La"J>. Atk, Mapla, Buck, Lindt*. 

Ihcy h«T B made Ilia RHODODENDRON a 

■ -'- ■■'■• ■^.■';l'.C , y I' !''\i.u!;: ';!;',,':;;•': '.::■ 
!i',-'r : "-"'.'i'i , ,i," ,',',',' ■■"I'i'i "' '"' "■■■'■■'■'■■>■ ■■■■'^■'■i-. 

I'odocurjn,*, 'it. ii ,„,,.„„,,, I ; /Zit'S.ir,,', 

Thujiopih, Taxiuerccta. 

• .iiii.il i, i;,. 



_. ■, .Ili'V WHO 
;. l "l.l;l'-H^(lltVIT>, .1 

, °'|JJJ' '".}" D "' ,l, ■ ewjal™ on tfTaiirliuj, and Z 






W nVUE'S PATKST ""■' ^'. n W* I. .01 .0. of 

™ _ t Sdlf-AdjurtljiK P«i. Id „„. 

Ii.l,-, th,.. ,|i- L,iL-,M--,,-r ,l_, _ 

"i i'. I- Hi.,.-. ...u, .,:.",-, , v:; ' -'""■■■-'' ii.-jin.vi: |,.,i 

"l.nv, ■<!!<.. "„, !„.]„. ..„„., .'.'"■ '■.-■i:- "Il 

adrirenputljl. J a, l i„„„ ,..,„ , , ' | l ; l 'l >>■'-' "l-:i- 
22 JiVDEA 11 '["n" 1, 3 ' 



Gati Fixtures. 

TIHiMAS HAY. Ian«rl«r, lieondantli reoaWnrOAi 
i:il.\Slii:i,IEIls, I'ESliAMa, UllACIiETJi, Ele. 

end i;vrr T thin,- r;..r ■!,■.] ■,.,(!, Il„- Hj, bualncjj. Fo 

..i. .t.-ipul).t.-l -tllll 

All roods jold in Ibu city, nut up bi oil ..Ti,.i..-L I ■-., rli 
oec, and wamoUU TUoSlAS DAY. 



SACRAMENTO ADTBBTigESlBNTS. 



CHAS. ZEITLER & CO.. 
American and English 



& 



FINE CUTLERY, 
FARMERS' MECHANICS' 



Best Agricultural Implements 
HARVESTING TOOLS, 

GRAIN CRADLES, 



WM. B. HUNT, 

HIDES, SKIJVS, {£§& 
WOOL akii TALLOW. SioL 

t* on Bceond itreet, near H, 

SAOBAMENTO. 



Pioneer Establishment. 

FOR curlna or Flail uf nil bind. 

— il " |.,f Hit. rurlnff ill tirliim 11AM 

asimj.-u-.i.s- .u...,,..,ii,i,,i ,i..i . ,',:,. 

of Smoked and PlekleJSal.non and II "rin"" n 

Lrd«ta„^o( i ^r«!iiiin°"Hh"*i^""^ p "' 

-in iu,. : i J :,' 0I ;,ii'.(,'i""i Ji. .;.',',',' ,„ , , l , , ,' l 'i', 1 ', 1 ,}' 

Th. Sooktiie of Il«f u, aUo a branch atllg 



tall, of rniiarlDl- -plaint-. Ilj;(, CnrjI'ER 

tIO.1 ■ Di ' 1 ™ ,ll ' W "" Waki "tlWlnr, 



Fremium Marb le Works ! 

r>. J. TJEVI1N-E dc BROTHER, 

aACIIAUEMTO, CAL. 

aH^Ri^, D ^\r 1 ,°J""' *J;"'»<"«'I*, Tomb and 
^"■"liillr no band anliau 7 -^ 'I orJe°on^Ud; 



RIPPON & HILL, 



PACIFIC MANUFA 

BMPOBIT/M 
Co.nar Thlrteenll, and J alr„ U ,.. SM * 

1lMifacln»r.«r.[]klndior 

anssaraasa 05 feirgsra©. 

Largo anij Small, Tor orory bosincas, 

OP THE VEH? EDIT MATEHlAt, AMD I 

THE BEST WOHEMei, 



■■[■--.■ I 



l)S,TnUm O n«lS , 0ali)0 
ihSuxtr.bectwml 

Mli , ....l.rn.i.rlixl; 



California" Btea m Wavigation Company. 

,Fj^32 »'mvu i... lew. &SXZC 

0ABRYISO PM1TBD STATES JIAIL. 

flicaiTicr NFI1V Wiiill.ri, I."- 1 1. s-vsii.cl Scjnouri 
■ ■ AMTEI.OI'E. ^-1"- E- APoolcj 
CilNHnKXCE, 

" UELEN^l'E^'si.ETlc.pLE.e.SLmadwIrtJ 
'■ UlllI.U.i.|-"'|.i- fi.i; Tii-.r.i: 



r. 1 ." i "l i I, -I-, l-'l 



J. W11ITHEY, Ja, 



liCalihai|in«0.a»itdi 



■iyin On turn, Jlemanltm Artliliokta, 

HYACINTHS, TULIPS, LILIES, CEOCOS, 
JAPONIOAS, 



riatj cf ct 






-.-. Miiyni;. 



B«d Wanhomr, 
nrlon. Abbe 
Fur inlo In I 



Is mil purehaaen, bj 

S. W. MOORE, 
Seed »1 'arcliou-iC. 



SEEDSI SEEDS!! 

Crop of 1838. 

Just Received by Express, on the steamer 
John L. Stephens, 



;'S 



OSOP OF TSBB. 



TAKE NOTICE, 

71..- ii:..!,-:.l;i.'-l l.-ln - -l^lroua of olBliluhin; * [^-^Lil^li n. 



Foreign and Fanoy Crape Boots, 

Peaah and Cherry -Trees, 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

For .rdo be ^ ^ FANGBURN, 
l«a> Eet-ece Fi-eat and D^, l le" l illS. "r J n*E'^:be I > 



ALFALFA SEED. 

A SUPERIOR LOT, JDST RECEIVED, 
PURE, bj Ibe ontlerilfned, from Valparaiu, and 
For eale In lota to lull purcbucrr, hj 

STOWELL ft STODDARD, 
Hot. I. Ii 3m 87 Fronl itreet lop itslra), 



SEEDS! SEEDSI! 

. bV'i-i'nIb Arrivalu 

&s AgTlcuKural anil Hortictiltaral 

BS SEED STORE, 

NO. 10S CALIFORNIA STREET. 
Hew Crop of 185 B : 

3000 lb,. Red Clot" 



a 



" ttadTonOts 

" Iliy lira,), 
. Slilf.l !.;.„■. d- 



I lb, Uia» Orasa-e, 
alioPrencbSuiarriJcat 



Onlci 



ll.il, -li. 



kmd-i 



Crone I 
Dahlia.-, 



Cucumber, " " 
Moloa, " " 
60/J0O aawrlcd Fruit Troai. 

DUTCH BULBOUS ROOTS. 
Uraclnlbi, 






T .., Ti 

i.'„. tl ,., 1 
i Hli.1,.,1,,.. 



Itia, 



flie.r-Vork Seed Warehouse. 

ALFALFA, 

Hew Crop; 
■ HUNOAffiAN GRASS, 

GirJen, Flower, Field anj Tree Seeds. 



Agrieulliual^and StlenllBc Books, 

PIOWEH 8BEDS. ..d U,LZZ F|..„ SM , 
.... I...., „..,„,. |,i ,„„„, f 

ITT'l '"""'■ "•"""■ "•<•-•■ 
mi >»,uS*3 ,i'S» ;,ss-:„i-;i »5».™..i. 

O. L. KEI.LOQO & DO., 
m aAHSoMi: st.ieW. 



For talhn p.n^i,.n 



Rerular Dl„alcb Hue 
FOR HONOLULU. 

Mfl-S CAiTAIS JAME3 SMITn, 
D d FAWNY MAJOR. pA1T 
UaTcreirutardlipaicli...". rdrHonotnJrJ. 

For Fauaico— barlna; superior oeoomfnodatiotxi— or 
Freight, appll- lo HcRVE& & aEtunLLi 

tl nud IB CiJllurnla.tr.>* 



OALIFORKTA 

General Intelligence and Emigration Office, 

Ko. 323 Oreonwicli itreet, corner of Banns, 

NEW TOP.K. 

rplli: rl'll.-i.lli. I-:: . , 7.p i r..-Jl.,^-.-U-.'.nril|..:i | i., i:.. 

(amllJee. HMkHfii. - nn. ill L- m.-ii-l ',v rhmo eeln;. II 



'■',':'"■.'. t Irl'ii'.". .STpFolwora ioc'sJi 



[crtod fainlllM 



-uDi.ib.ra IH G.,, 



,H I... ,.,.„„ M |, ,::,-,,(. I l.-,. 
.i|..|.,...l,..,....T.,..I'll:,r. 

"■r!:,'*l('.',!"l", ,"y J°TrT™°Dad E. D. O. Prlrar. IMUnr. i,| 
■!1-nmMm|I '.''.V. 1,1.'," „V lli.-'ii-' ■'. v';,:C , "lUi'm ',- ,'.' 



A. L. ED"WAIIL>S & CO., 

GROCERIES, 

At 81 Clay street, above Front, 

AL. EDWARDS A CO. HAVE JTJST OPENED 
■ aSneunrlmcDtor 

Cliolee Fauillr Grocei-lcH, 

uhlch (Got oDer it the lonest ratei : 
FLOUR— Superior brandi nf d( 
fi PUS. HEAL— F ■ ' 
ItllL'UMYIIEAT-.l 

Corn-itareL 
CUFFEE-OIJ UuTommsnt and Green Jbtb, and 

inperfor Bio, 
TEA-'--,ii-,i,., frcih Oricn and Elnck, !n G, 12, 

and JO. lb boiu. 
CANIil,t;.--C]inc!.:jl. =i*nn,Wai, nnd beatoojl- 

ilt Adiiuantiee. 
SIJOAR-Criubisl, Pondered nud Bro»n. 
CIIEESE-Ojllr.iraio and Imihain Farm 
PtcuLin— Bnfliih and CaliTomii Pickle*, In plnU 

Pin-FaolTi-Enellib and Amorlcao Pia-Froili, In 
Oil— China Kui-Oil, In tini and jara. 
V ""n^C a D . , ;^ t0 ' l0n * ^" W '- It "^ Mi"> 



C,^Ta U rVa7£^io^" dll, ' 1^ ' B,1, ' Dni ' ,,, ■ 
P««r«j— alUiudi Jinn, Jollica, Ssuc«,4o.,io 
or ritihinmrn mn» rolj-opon ovcrj artieloeild bj oj. 
The l°ricei, in teen/ rtijicct. Low. 

in of charge to anj pan r the eltT. 
.. L. EDWARDS & CO., 

No.81CIarel,eel,nboroFro t 






SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM, 
113 ^^^^ US 
Washington Street, San Francisco. 

BOOART -BROTHER 



OAHFORNIA FAHMEB. 
Lisl or Agents. 

T"o-.T.'lloorii,7'/«='a J .rr, Brnlcl*. 
.1 IV ii,.,-,, >.■ ,. r' ', Knnct'j". Q, 

;. "■-", ■'.'"•.■,„», a,.,. o„ 
». ■>. uu., ,™™.W,;.S%„ „,„. 

FDrcIgn Agenla. 

. . j , *'■'"'. '-'". I'.''-, ;.,,-, J»l«n»«fe.,. 

: '' : ' -. - ..■:'... :'i -I " ''' 



Sjf P .™hSS r ™ B ^ 

..:."».! '",;■ "' ! ;i" 1 -, 1 !■■'-■ -'■■/-■,-. ■■--- .- ^■■■.i' 

and » So mor, Ii i^ctrf li^J™l!Eu* l * l>U ™ b ' Con «"" 



VOLUME XI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 180E 



NUMBER 5. 



&{re Witeitiit Jfran\ 



OOLOHBL WASBSIt , Bailor uii 



r ?3o\d™«'*' 



HORTICTJLTTJRAI, BSSATS. 

1 hive often felt that the hostility of some 
Nurserymen agsinsl our system of irrigation, was 
not because they really thought the system bud, 
us much os it was that, not having the conveniences 
themselves io irrigate, tbey endeavor thus, by their 
opposition to it, to make capital ant of that for the 
benefit of their own wares. But it affords me 
pleasure to say, that I know of some gentlemen 
who are too high-minded to alloir their judgment 
to he warped by any such selfish motives r nnd, In 
making Thi- c.i '."'.'pi inn. I ''.-ill .'1 L t'' that 1 have seen 
any quantity of stuff, grown by those "grumblers," 
which would have been greatly benefited had tbey 
received sn occasional watering throngh the dry 
season. And again, I have visited Kureeries, the 
trees of which are claimed to he grown on ground 
which is never irrigated; and what did I sec 7 
Why, simply thnt the Nursery was planted on low 
ground, so low nnd moist, in some places, that the 
land was thrown up in tho form of beds, with n 
dead furrow between, for tho evident purpose of 
carrying off all surplus moisture j and ihvn ireia 
arc chained to t* oroirn trithcut irrigation^!) trnen, to 



t d 



t by any tc 



9 say, 



il, .ii i 



trees were not as good 


in everj 


respect. 


HUbey 


ought to be; bn 


I don 


y, lhato 


s they we 


ethen 


growing opon that dos 


iptiou . 






ought never to 


raise h 


voice, 


ilher din 


city or 


by imputation, i 


gainst 


mgotion 


for it would he 




e for us, 


ivilli.ill 






to keep ooiongs 1 


oar tiees n fracl 


onal par 


of the 






ces I speak of we 




tinuully In inflating. 








This (object o 


irrigat 


on is not 


soon eih 


uslcd 








d state 


many other odi 


outages 


but I u 


ubI be b 


ricf, as 


well as endear 




be ted 


jus ; hut 


before 


proceeding any 


farther- 


either o 


a this or 


a new 


topic, I will ha 


e to copy a nole from m; 


memo 



is now exactly six years old — the oldest and largest 
of what the rest will bo at the same age; they hnv- 



crop= the but three year*, nor! him never been 
gated since that time ; the only moisture it ram 
is the leakage from the hose, which sumot 

vicinity where it- stands. For reasons previi 
given, -wo are very cautious bow we use v 
a this tl 



ITcro then m 
for other 



(the early v. 



ckly— all gr 
rst had 
crisp, an 
dying. 



arly) looked b: 



which 



I tho ends of the yonnggtcen 
We guessed at the cause of the 
ro guessed nl the remedies; and, 
led. nbout thus: thnt it might be 
o very Cold nights, which bud fol- 
ry warm days In March and April- 
been previously some very warm 
h fand hastened vegetation. And, 
thought upon this, the more wo 
thought we were right. If, then, it was tho result 
ild nights, and some nights it nearly froze 
iwing some very warm, suinmor-liko days), 
ling nut only the growth of tbi 



eloped calls of tl 



enf and ci 



v-""y 



iingd- 



ing nature from 



died? 



if who! nature and how to be opp 
the query. I knew that if water was applied to 
"i trees thnt hung full of young fruit, approach- 
ing the stoning period, that tho excitement would 
lause tho fruit to drop off; but, tho trees affected 
iy the "curl leaf" were not sufficiently for ad- 
oncod to be affected in this instance. And why, 
lien, would not n good and thorough in-imiti.iti !,>■ 
lenoficialT Evidently what they required iroj 
vmtHiiog la itintvfatt tnetn into growth; 



■Jtthrt, 



,.!>-n thr.<« 



a«s a/fat 

it this lim 






worst, irrigatioi 



ping off by tl 






,-Qlll,ll|, 



them to drop any faster. 

nd, th» result justified onr expectations. Soon 
he trees began to push forth a new growth ; the 
riginnl crop of leaves entirely dropped olf, being 
.early as thick under tho tree as if it were the Fall 
T this year. Tin- bl:it!;cmi1 fruit ,il -.j dropped iv.hu: 
ras left of it) upon the instant, as it were; hut 
lot any of Lhe fruit, which had escaped, was sub- 
cquenlly affected. In a short time tho whole 
Ircnard presented a healthy and luxuriant np~ 
natron cc, where, but few days before, all looked 
id and discouraging; and a partial crop WAS lhe 

ras exceedingly doubtful if there would be snf- 
iciont fruit to test the varieties. It is worthy of 
remark, that the early varieties suffered tb 
ind the Eorly Strawhcrry Peach, of which 
iy (comprising the bulk of 1 



id the Wi 
lunds of from 
not an ujferh 
The flartlett 



Nclis i 



d liki 



Rising tl 
Jirect a 

inlv.inlagc ii 



I as being a gratifying 
atlon bestowed upop it, 

Ireds, which, in another 

subject of irrigation, I 
(ion to another Tory Im- 
i good supply of 



curl 1, 



ro seasons havi 
liculnrly unfortunate for the Pencil crop 
boring been bidiy nffected with 

my doubts, and will, therefore, call it a ca 
upon which Cultivators entertain diverse up 
each alleging a theory of their own ; and b 
that I hare heard, agree upon any one pai 
my own mind, 1 feel convinced It is not a i 
or that it con be transmlled from tree to In 
do 1 believe thai, because a tree suffers hod 
the "curl" thiByear, that It must ufnecesi 
fee from tho same agnln nun yean For It 
all of our Peach trees were badly nffected 
and to that extent, that a suiind leaf could I 
be found upon any of the trees. I had ne 1 



rop), 1 

nm- idem My in 



« year (IBM), 1 
the previous year 



< fnili 



o bring them hack I 



mil u f.. IV 



ii Mi.' ■ 



ancooflho "curl leaf." Eye 
dincss, we anxiously watched 
weather, ond, when a cold night succeeded a v 

in dny, we luokcil sen re. bine;! y omung the young 

lcr leaves for the appearance 

nc warm spell of weather had brought things 

idly forward, and then succeeded thi 



..hi -|..-H, . 



ich pro' 



wing tree. At any rate, i 



rigntlor 



I have thua Tar 
>r the faith that is 

I think the poll 
ion soil where tre 

there Is a dteided advaotage I 
know or other, oud s 
would be equally as much be 
ipplicntion of tho system as 
stnblishment. 

Upon such lands as are to t 
if the Sacramento river (wb 
iqunlcd by any lands in I 



rcqui 



, clearly established, 
5 can be successfully 
fi dully op plied, thnt 



t little 



id from 



life 



ivelop hex rich stores; and, least o 
tho practices or skill demanded under tbes. 
umstancos, is irrigation. 

nm not prejudiced in favor of any one systen 

.nything, any farther than I believe thnt systen 

io correct. Principles ato immutable-,, we er 

only in their application ; nnd irrignticn is a prin 

idcrelnnding and application o 



milled— 



■fi-illiul 



exaggoi 



Letter from a Miner. 

We cheerfully give place to the following cxcel- 

nl letter from a miner, and hope the good cuun- 

I ho gives will lie- received nnd regarded by nil 

the formers to whom it would he applicable, 

iliociullv those who do not, but who should, take 

the Fahheh and rood his good advice about Hosing 

the farm. Gold will never of itself bring bappi- 

iprings only from the mind ; "n cou- 



nted m 

is health an. 

itwcen the m 



i. What our correspond cm 
he feeling thnt should exist 
I the farmer, we fully indorse, 
.void every unkind feeling, 
nd regard each other's rights, ub brethren r,f one 
real family. The miner and farmer are each de- 



i other for 
pity they cannut look upon 

>rlty. Wc do hope a 



.>„>- tics 



r ofp; 



■■ enlightened feeling 
will spring up in all our mining region, for many 
a bravo and noble heart dwells beneath the flannel 
thirl of the hardy miner. Our friend has our 
thanks for his interest in the "Cap-root question," 
and we do hope he will speak his opinion freely, 
ill-imporlnnt 



Hat we he 
Relative 



inline 
r ucighb- 



Caltar 



It v 



Imrdly n 



n l'<,o:r, 



u, without, apparently, in the I 
' crop, or the general health of the I 
thing very serious was nppreheu. 



tiring 11 



Kill pre. 



s, but the "curl" was unmistakable'. It could be 
creoived on those partly developed leaves near 
he points of the young growth, while those just 
.clow them, and which were u littler more matured, 
vero apparently unaffected. 

We now began to irrigate. Our theory being, 
hat IF we could k-<ji up lhe ■trvvlh and rigor of lhe 
in unehitkrd, il would struggle on and overcome 
1. Il did to proct. Wo lost but, couip.in.live.ly, 
i small portion of ihc- crop, w-hicli could hardly bn 
ixpected to be otherwise, us we could not irrigate 

ind to suffer before their lurn came. Itulwe proved 
>nr views to be, in the main, correct. We feel 
latiilicd tliat irrimition is lU remedy for the "curl 
cof," at least until a heller one is discovered; 
.nd, when found, 1 hope the discoverer will make il 
mown as speedily as possible. Whether our views 
ire correct as to the taasc of the "curl" In tho leaf, 

I hope to Bee discussed by those who must have 
had the subject, for the lost two years, brought, 
very painfully to their notice. 

1 eliewhere mentioned, that irrigated trees suf- 
fered lei. from the attacks of tho red spider. 
.iiTitiLH... especially lo lhe 
,rge lot of young stock 



ywhere ; it was only a Wads-worth of material 

d when the noiie and rmoht were gone, it was ol 

er. TheColonellBnllright: tho Cullurist talki 

of tho waning of patronage ; wo don't wonder hi 

thinki of thai subject. We shouldn't bD surprls- 



Im.l ii 



mu^h K0[w llf|cr lbne „ ce j ia (]nd cl|lnJ 
II first appeared, and, upon un q lamination, found 
a great ponie-o of the yoaug fruit quite block, 
upon being eat ojwn, symptoms now became rather 
alarming, at to t„ e p roBp[ct of , uvinK lUo tropi 



ind dry months, w 



io*< : 



it good ; after blsrtpor 



I: It 



.ml th. 



j find i 



i tho c 



of thi 



itiUoa. Wo nra sorry tho "Colooel" troubled hi 
ho only used tho term "Colonel" I 
past, in his lost. Pity to put him 

ispondent will find, by referring to tl 
e send him, that we agree with him, nt 
bo glad 10 see a dozen agricultural 
lipcrously sustained; thi 

enough for all, and we have always done what wo 

could to aid our neighbor, 






lie hi 






■blng np o 
,o may ha 



Uils fur os, and t 

io freely with the pol 
mistaking It for a tap-root, and 
nnt all gnne. Crr> will find us 
member Knpoleon's counsel, nu 

P. 8. — Grip, give us your ban 
it the troe grip'! That V, with 
pAHHEn, it the true kind of preaching. Let others 
In your neighborhood go and do likawlsc. 

Cm., Wabiusi : Although your paper is chinilv 



n little farm of m 



er's life; but alas 1 
nnd water; where, 



id of the" sweet warbling* of tl 
is heard the roaring of water, 
grating of tho pick and shovel. Fa 
.mong you who nre thi " " 
and turning miner? 
■ho has "tried both pur 



., I hen 



tell yoc 



igh you might, by onr 
lucky strike, take out your "piles," there are a 
dred chnnv.es to one that you will work foi 
:s, and barely cam a subsistence. Therefore, 1 
stick to your farms; take, pay for, nnd real) 
FAnutn, and you will nnt regret the dny you 
resolved not lo turn miner. 

Farmers nnd miners in this section appear lo be 
good spirits, the crops of the fonnoe,tm.vin B bvrn 
gsl In In gnffO season, lock well, and the prospc 
of the latter for a bountiful Bupply of water d 



Wli.il 



io dry s. 



il pily i 



Is thai 



work, i 



engaged in two 
ir us the farmer 
not always gel 
icir affairs ; but 
A farmer goes 
of land, where he 



iy lliinb the "color" cannot be fonnd. Hosows 
his grain, or plants out nn orchard, or vineyard, 
and, perhaps, the firs! thing hL>knows,nIongcomcs 

■una right through that ranch," nnd forthwith 

links a shaft; if he gets a good "color" other 

miners flock to the same place, and do as the first 

did, thus disfiguring the ground, and often 



(".vim; 11 



i:,,m-i.l,.r 



asks for damages. The miner refuses 
o pay it, and lells him he ought to hove been in 
belter luck" than to hnvo n much in tho mines, 
i lawsuit in generally the result, and as the miner 
10 ally has nothing in sighl, but his pick nnd 
hovel, the farmer can recover nothing. 

I did intend saying something on tho "tap-root 

u cs lion" when I commenced this, but shall not 

ave space ; besides, I notice from what lilllo hns 

icen said about il in tho Fabueb,, has caused the 

Cullurist. man to devote, almost exclusively, his 

st number to lhe di.iu.i-iijn .if [his question. He 

idenlly sees that ho is in a "tight place" and is 

dermined to extricate himself in some way ; and 

do thin, ho has assumed quite a savage ( judg- 

g from his remarks in Ihc Feb. number) mtitudu 

wards his "ancient military em temporary." By 

the way. Colonel, that military handle to your 

the gentleman very mnch ; 

nnd to make the thing more eqoal, and also to 

grntify his (npparunl) de-ire, I wtmlil mfrgest that 

me appropriate civil prefix to his nnmo, 

■Judge" or "Squiro." If you could do 









^iculturnl journals, ond they will 
e conducted in aspirit of harmony, 



means for "ox term i noting the S.-uirrcls in Culifoi 
nla," 1 feel that I might bo of some Interest t 
state the declaration of Mr, Cunningham, wli 
resides on the slock ruid on Sides Creek, lending 
frnm Stockton to Ulllcrton, in Mariposa county. 
Tho polsonrd b.\it is proportioned as follows i 
Take one gallon of wheat nnd nosh it cltou, soak 
it soft and take, enough sirup to give all tho wheal 
a complete coating; first put in tho simR nnc-hnlf 
buttle of itri/chninr, and mix it in thoroughly! nfu 



ing lhe 



o gtnlm 



) for each 



[We are truly pleased, doubly sn, to receive the 
np probation of good and practical meu, ond also 
their cooperation; this Is n double reward. We 
call attention to tho flquirrol remedy.] 

BtnLOisas is SiOttAiissTO. — The Sacramento 
Union presents a tabular view of tho nnmher of 
brick and from e buildinffs within the city limits 



tho 1st of Jan 
Brick- 



especially one who has but 
low and tho hoe, ond taken 
1 assure you ills not Hum 



,-y of 11'" years mentioned : 

J86S. laid. 1SS7, 1858. 1BS3. 

.... TO 528 MO B43 1021 

,...1S:16 2111 2202 2302 23BS 

,...1231 21130 2013 32tb 3110 



e dui 



■ing H 



Oono to Farming:. 

IV* have received a letter from on old friend, 
who having become disgusted with city life, 
hns concluded to adopt the most proper employ- 
ment for man, that of farming. Would that thero 

"You may think it strnuge to hear from ono of 
your old friends, so far in the mountains, and Ibot 
loo, in the midst of natural curiosities. You will 
recollect that one year ago I was one of tbc/i-airr- 
ni/y of typos; but about seven months since I got 
flal broke and left Sacramento in disgnst, nud am 
nnw in the far-famed "Clear Lake Valley," ranch- 
ing, or forming. I have seen but one copy af tho 
FAnitKit since I camo here, nnd that contained no 
nrticle from my old frleod Gov. Bigler, on the new 
grass "Alfalfa," which I was very much pleased to 
rend. I have procured somu pounds of the seed, 
which I will sow soon, and write you my success, 
giving such items as to its growth, culture, etc., 
os may come within -my observation. 

"I nm going to Iry and get you live subscribers, 
but the people want it&rring up trii/i a long agricul- 
tural pole, and if you would come up tho nbjcot 
would bo accomplished. Yon would be much in- 
terested with the beauty of the country, Its natural 



II. M 




nl curinsties— I ce 


Hit 


Si lit 


us Col- 


nn. 


It is 


found near Sig 


r's V 


alloy, 


on tho 


snrl 


CO oft 


e earth, among t 


e ch 


,arra 


and In 


r.nn 


dcrnbl 


quantities there 


Will you 


have it 




ined, a 


id give us the r 


suit 


nyou 


r poper. 


ly rubbing 


t in the fingers, 


it becomes 


iko fine 


nriil 


e silk 




1 no 


burn 


in tho 


bin* 


ofn 


andle or lamp. 












Do n 



fail 



etho 



"Weekly Farmer." I am a new bond at farming-, 
nnd wont nil the information I can get." 

We shall bo happy to receive lhe "long letter," 
and bnpc to hear often from our friend. Tho 
"natural ourloslty" was duly received, for which 
we return thanks. It is doubtless Aibatm, a term 
applied to varieties of hornblende and pyroiene, 
occurring in long delicate fibers ; usually of a 
white or gray color, and also in compact fibrous 
masses and seams, of greenish nndreddiBh- shades. 
It is said the finer varieties have been wranght 
Into' gloves and cloth, which aro incombustible. 
The cloth was formerly used as n shroud for dead 
bodies, nnd hns been recommended for firemen's 
clntlics. Ashcstus is also employed in the manu- 
facture ofiron safes, and for Inmp-wjcks. 



Supremo Court Decisions. 
Phc People vs. Slnrlin. The Hoard of Saper- 
ors of Tuolumne county, in August last, ordered 
election far Cuunii JuJe't, the. eiilice beiog va- 
it in consequence of the death of its former 



older 



No | 






s mn 


Jo by the G 


oreruor. The defendant 


JO oil 


i-el.y,ip|...il 


meat from tho Governor, 






d oust him. The Court 


t the 


election v. 


s not valid without tho 

Jiiil;iuent affirmed. 


„[.! 


relation to 


the fumitv Jndi'.- .lil|i .it 




unty. Fox 








#.i7, nnd Tetnplolon was 








that 


t .ii lii.lriv, when clectcil by Mm 




ist as Diatr 


tt-Judges are chosen for 










.Imi-.mi, \\ 


li r c'omri.inv. Tho me- 




itpj.lv 1,. miliiliL- .tin in- •, 


nre ditches such 


.roperty as can be mart- 



A. 0. Hunltr vii. W'ni sun and Vance. This was 
n ense which came directly umlcr lhe law nf con- 
veyances, or thnt portion of it, rather, which tho 
L'ourl ile-lred lhe Li/xi.-lnlure tij idler, so as to do 



niplio 



Mn, I 



11 of 



To guard ogoi, 



id against non -possession 
c. The Court soy: "Wo mnst 
obedience lo this authority [tho 
stands], that tho open, notorious 
I estate, by ono having nn un- 
■ed for it, Is ovidenco of notice to a 
purchaser Of the lir-t vi.-inlc-'l till,', 

tune of M« acouuilion of 
title er dn,l of the ,„h, e q'Jiat rnvUi from lie MHWIOB 
vendor." Judgment reversed and cause remanded. 
Opinion by Justice linldnin. Field concurring. 
Terry disse nle. I fur reasons hercafmr lo bo given. 

Tnce PtANTiua.— llanj peranns seem to think 
that tho season Is full Into, or the ground loo wet, 
to plant Irecs. Thercls no daugernloll ; although 
it were better lhe trees were oil In tho ground be- 
fore the rains enmo, yet now, or even a month 
hence, will do for trees that hare been retarded by 
previous lifting. Where ground Is very wet, It 
should he thrown up In ridges to dry. Care should 
always bu taken to have thu soil soft and mellow 
around the roots of trees. If Iho ground Is CI- 
treniely wet, drainage under the routs Is necessary. 

Tire YunJ rtivsn FJlltSO t'r.— The Yuba river Is 
so rapidly filling np with sand and tailings Irom 
mining operations, ns we aro informed by on up- 
country resident, that several ferries are frequently 
t.niim-lli'.l 1" i-ii.'lmnd "[nr.Ui.Jll -, owing to tho 
f.in.niiioii of islands in iln-irnckortho boats. Tho 
channel i.-i chimginu .imiiiiimllv. mill eventually 
tho rivormust wn.-li ,ii,n n iti In.nl:- to 111 u ih: -1 ruc- 
tion ,of rich ogrlcullural land.— [Slarysvillu Dem, 



X^IFOBKIA FABMEB. ==== 




THE CALIFORNIA FA B MEB. 



35 



Jisctllanji. 



[Thcio linea are an accompaniment to No. 1. from 
the bubo author, addressed to "Slither." We would 
mggost lo Mr correspondent the sutyeel of Home 
these form ibe grand harmonic trio of human hope* 
Ond desires— .tfi>t*ir, Fuller, /fate.-] 





PATUBR. 


A goad old Salon name 1 


Ibis, 








It tails of. loi 


which [g [> 




Which exists t 


cough a la- 


bone 


Which has n 


ther limile 


or bout 



It tells of on everlasting Train, 

It's it tramp*! sound in Iho fray, 
Which gives one a nerve for each living hour, 

IVt a nmligbl for every day. 
It tells of a confidence changeless as lime. 

Ob ! grand Is a Father's trtul, 
The hoi^ of this wurld may be dashed lo tho ground, 
Oni work all bo broken and scattered around, 

Bat bis Faith Ihr-ogh like sieel, cannot rust. 
II tell: of energy, nnow and bone, 

Or a will thai dcHca decay, 
It prompts ni to *in a success in life, 
To bear up though tenure - * result of (he strife, 

And look far beyond Iho "to-day." 
To enm it op, It's a grand old word, 

Combining*.', loH and >.."» care, 
With * itslcr's pride, without n guile. 



■ slim, linns, fjir 

this in Iho way of drinking." "Wlint is 

air usked Wooduorth, dubiously. "The 

..iijn- ,.f |.i.r-. lY.-di, .[tLiil' u.mr Urni «■,; iiji-,1 

drink iron, Hi.- nltl .-.uU-n I kt-1 tli.u liuitjf in 

the well, on our return from Ibe l.itiur- ..f the lit I.I 
■dropglis- 



place. Ho inimediut.lv r.-turntd [., the office, 
irrnspcd n pen, and, iu hnlf nn hour, tho "Old 
U,.k.ii Bucket," ooo of the must delightful .:.,ni- 
Ijo-itini.J in ourluncu.ijji;, iv.ia r.-julv in m:inii;L:ri|4, 
(o bt> cmbnlmed in Iho memories of succeeding 
generations. - 



SPUIiZILEIM, THE FHRESOLOGIET. 

[Altuoeoo more than tircntj-five years have pasted 
since thi; man uf mighty mind and unsullied heart nnd 
life passed from this earth, many a worm heart- 
throb i, Tell at the mcntioQ of hi. name. Ilia name will 

science of mind. Brief as was his lire alter lie visited 
Hew England, few men ever made so many friends in 

was more bonorel i r li 1 1 ..- 1 i v in ur. '.r .lk-1 m"n: ■Il'.jIv ln- 

Tbe fallowing Just Irihnle, written by the Iter. John 
Pierpont, speaks tho trae sentiments of one who knew 
him. Spurrh'-lm :t\i- I'uri'. 1 nl M.imt AuliDrn. iind u 
beautiful ccuutaph marks his resting-place] 

Writt-:i I'T lb, ObfCnolcs of Dr, GupB.nl Ejranhdm. 0-hJch 
were cclpbiaied in the Old South Cflurcli. Bo?:un, Huron- 

Stronger, (hern is bending o'er theo 
Many an eye with sorrow wel j 

Who, thai knew thee, can forget? 
IVho forget what Ihon hast spoken T 

Who, thine eye*— thy noble frame? 
But that golden bowl is broken. 

In the greatness of tby fame. 
Autumn's loaves shall fall and wither 

On tho spot wbcra tbou ihalt rest; 
lis Id lore ws bear tbea Ihitber, 

To Ihy mourning Mother's breast. 
For the stores of science brought us, 

For the charm tby goodness gaTc 
To the lessons thou bast taught us. 



Taught and charmed as by no other 

But, while walling round Ihee. brother, 

Eur thy light,— 'lis dork with thee. 
Dark with lite?— So r thy Creator, 



[Hon 



Tho Old Oaken Bucket, 
old litis song mnj he it "ill reftesh 
enrts to rend the following, nnd probably 
whom lis hiatorj will come 
for tho lint timet] 

i09t popular song 



['. \v.,. ,.]■,, , 



a journ 




ujiuii It"- ttble 
thut Mi.lhirv 1 : 



elocution of Yankee Doodle has been 

often nnd well described, but never belter Ihntt by 

■ "Borax," a droll Mob-Man. Hear "Borai:" 

It is diUkult to conceive how liia slender 

lody could have been arrayed in snob nn iimnli- 

l^itb of splendor. Ingi-nuily mast hove been cl- 

hausled in revising the variations performed by 

ihi.ikinjtofviolini.'u. lb' plnu-il il low tiown nnd 

tben high up on the E atrinp ; with nil four pum 

it bnekivnrJs »l 

began nt the end nnd left nIF nl lb.; bt^imiiny 

il,." i 



v.Hli ..11 



CJit.i; then 



, .. id set offlhc original sir, ns a muUitn'din- 
.11- iiit.ij- of jeu-ols iidorn ond enhance Ihe beauty 
.1" Ibe f.iir wearer." 

[Our friend Westonis growing musical of late; 
le not only shines ont in his Journal in elegant 
style with new nnd beautiful type, but ho picks 
ml all Iho gems of mu^ic, poetry, nnd olhcr useful 
.r tides. In his List he is singing Yankee Doodle 
with Vienitemps, as qaoted above.] 



BaiEr, nt'v Cosmos Hisiouv. — 1 eaw him fit 
li BoeiBl party. He took bnt n single gls^s of 
wine, nnd thivt nl the request of u vnung lady 
with whom be conversed. 

I saw him nest when lie ru]. [■<■;■ l-.I h.- wn- uti- 
eeen, taking ft glues to suli.-fy t!n< -=Hislil desire 
formed by his -ueinl inlul^-.Tiee. ne thought 

I saw him Bgajn will, those of his own age, m 



ire. Downs p:ile, eold, 
Jed l.v liiv iriend., to b 
e small procession thi 



Hi- linker J err.iy luiir- wire ^..iiij.' to tin: it.iv 
] sorrow. Hi^ ninih.TiVi.jjt io lliink tlvil =tn.> h.i. 
ver civi-ii l.iril, in -m-.b o tliilj.— [Erchnnge. 



Allw 



and who. 



Thou ilNst lore, shall giro thee 
Ijigbt than earth's, as earth w 

To thy Sol thy godlike spirit 
Back we give, In nihil trust ; 

Thy eold cbsy,— wo grievo to be. 



S(,t!L [LiTisEs.— There are npartroents in 
hicb have a glorious look-out; from wb 

these neglected for the lower ones, whicl 



The Considerate Doctor. 

A ™on girl who bad Just recovered from a fit of 
sii-kui -..■-. i.Mlli.rt.1 up In r ,-.-.iv,lv .-.ir.niii;- :.nil v.-t-nl 
lo Ihe .In dor'. oOke In L.ellli! Iier bill. Jusl nt Lb I 
door, Hie lawyer of Ihe place posst-d into the oDlct 
before her on s similar errand. 

"Well, Doctor, I believe I am indebted to yon, 
nod I should like to know bow much?" 

"Yes," said the Doctor, '1 attended npon ynu 
about n week, nnd wlint would yon charge me foi 



"Uli." fnid Ihe lawyer. 



enty-Bv 



nen,o 


free 


M,','',n 


v.- Ill- 

Ill 


;.,„ 


There is the apnrt- 
gs are frescoed with 


tlgcls 


si 


!rv 




ed i 


ng» adorn its walls; 
c angel ceiling, and 
cale moldings. The 












Vorsh 


i> ■" 


trd-lu 
cold 
nul'h 


„.i .' 


fn 


encd. Dope bus but 
ow, and Fuilb and 
s. All these arc shut 






er tr 




iaV 










I„l- 




nnd lumen lalloos ol 




■d h 




















a others bickerings 














l il [IK 


ty.— 


[Bee cber. 







NURSERY BUSINESS. . 



The poor girl's heart sank within her, for Sf hi 
bill should be anything like tli.it. lion- could she 
ever pay? Tin- Wyer paid hi.- bill nnd pass " 

e.ii'l tinJIv in.j.iired her errand. 

"I eome," suid she, "lo know what 1 owe v. 
ultlj-.iip.di I know not that I can ever pay you." 

h 'l ittiiEJiled you about a weelc" 

"Wb.it do y™ gel a week ?■' 
'■Sevtoty-tive cenls." said she. 
"Is thot alii" 



went back with a ligh 

An old and rich uinn of my nequnlntunce was 

un.:- I. -1; ill- 111 till; Ilm-lur, 11„.( ,„, ,„„. , .i ni .. ( ] 

their money so easily ns he, or could I'M rleti le 
e.isllv. The ln,.:t.,r reminded liiui of tile many 
losses ho Incurred, ns he must visit the poor an 



wclln; 



WIL" 



...|.)..i il 



old friend, "von churtie ihe i 
i wn mfford to lose l..v ili-j,.,. 
after, the old m — 






At tl 



POLAR OIL. 

30, OOO GALLONS 

EEPINED POLAE OIL, 

In Barrels and Oases, 
FOR SALE AT LOWER PRICES 

Than ever bofoto offered in California. 
Pnrohnsora of Oils would do noil to visit oar 

fvubilthuvut, before living la their winter tccek. 

1 V/o will guarantee m suit ALL asm rptaUly and priet 



SMITHS 

POMOLOGICAL GARDEN 

^a,3STD IT TJ H S BR T , 

. SACRAMENTO, 
On tho American River, 21 miles from tho City. 

OFFICE AND DBFOT FOIL TREES, 

BHSggs Tho Trees offered from th< 
jSSl^S above ojtabllihnienls Ihltsea 
.*■-, ,-.■[) are more than tunally Gno, 
,i in tho NUMBER OF VABIBTIKS, of euh kind 
of fru it, wo ponen iho 
LARGEST COLLECTION IN THE STATE 

out catalogue embracing 

Over Aline HniiOreil Tarletlcs, 

as followi: 
Apples, 245 varieties,; 

Pbahs, 270 varintias ; 

Plumb, 100 varieties ; 

Peaches, 75varioli0B; 

Nectaiuneb, 20 vnnDtiea; 
Apricots, 12 varieties ; 
Grapes, 90 



PBAB AND CHERHY TREES 
Are the Finest Ever Offered 

forsalointhls State, of all siici, boinBfroni6 feet Io*12 

id 14 feet high. Tbo greater portion belnc not 

only of very larce (lie, but also hindsotnely 

shaped, are elegantly adapted to planting 

near residences, affording the double 

ADVANTAGE OF SHADE AND FRDIT. 

Of tho above tno Eno Frnita wo offer 

3 5,000 THEES FOE SALE, 

of different sires and prices, and as Ion as good Iroea 

bo bought at nny flnl-olasa Nunoiy in the Stale. 
Many poisons have had bnt poor leccon with Cherry Trees 

in this Staio. Wo state for their infcrmnlion that 
Our Cherry Troes are rjroten upon Oie true im- 
ported Nazzard stotk, and not ttpen com- 
mon Native or Orcgonitock of thii Coatt, 
the former being tho only stock lit lo grow them on. 

Wo have olto a verj One aloek of Iho following, vli; 

APPLE, PLUM, PEACH, HECTAEINE, 
Apricots, Grapes, Pigs, Almonds. 

Besides a Miscellaneous collet- jjjj 

of otber and small fruits, g^ 

Particular regard his been [aid to tbo growing of the 

Trees In GOOD SHAPE, and purchasers of our 

Tno-voin-old Trees will in. I thitthoy have 

been teell "cut back," and aro now 

firm, fjmtnttrirallv shaped Trues. 

Wo guarantee no finer or healthier Trees will bo found 

In Iho market this leason, 

We also offor a rnporlor assortment of 

Shade and Ornamental Trees, 
Shrubs, Rosea, and 

Greenhouse Plants. 

Embracing all Iho old and well known popular lariollcs, 

as well as a great many olhora bjlh good aed now. 
Also a very line lot, of different sites, of Ibat very popu- 
lar shade tree, so roll of reminiscences of home, Iho 
GOOD OLD FASHIONED ELM TREE 
of many rnrlotics, but most ef tbo American and Scotch 

llshed in t£o soil' they are of very rapid growth. 

Labuiwvx, or Golden Ciiiih, 
M ti'i.r, in variety, 

Lisdem, European nnd American, 
Davalpa, 

OiiutA, sod otber Trees. 

Wo call particular attention to our collection of 
THE CAMELLIA, 

growing (coir In our ojjon grounds, and blooming as 

elegantly out of doors bore as [hoy possibly could 

with the tondertut earo In a eoaiorratarr. 

II is no loader a house plant, but one of 

The Qems of the Pleasure Grounds. 

WE GUARANTEE all TREES FROM 



Ornamental SUrubbery. 

THE GOLDEN-GATE NUESERY, 

SAN FRANCrSCO. 
^rt^OttHAHEHTAL TREE* AND BHHUnDER n YsJKS 
||P of all kinds onn bo fboadnt this estnb- 3^ 

TJ1EES AND PLANTS, 

.mong the Ornamental Trees and Shrubs will ba found 
30 varieties of bcnuliful evergreen Acacias, 
Euenljplus, Wyoporums, Uasuarinaa, 

.l,i:,i|.:r.. Cypross, ArbarrllBH, 

LlL.i-. Snowballs, Siringna, 

Call can lb ps, Joh!» minus, Lsorustlous, 

■ 1 1 . : . l i , ■ ( t- r - . llv-lr-Ju.r- ■■■.■', l-.ri-: 

l'sri'tcriiti. Ari.toii.chiu, Rignonias, 

Lnurler Amnndler. Wlstrlngiaa, Molalonoaa, 
Nlght-blrumlng Cerciu, Caetus, Epl|ihyllam), 
tonlhar witb all now and valuiblo ricnta and Sbrabl, 

-mhraeedln ■ |un oollullnn adapted to tho LAWN, 

the OAHUEN, or the OEJIGTEBV. 

ajg In thin collection will also bo round 

HJ Two Hnndred Varieties of 
MONTHLY ROSES, 

none than 

3d of tlic I 



B3"CiT*Loouis will be forwarded by mail, o 
jLIod to I [to undersigned. 

W, C. WALKER, Prop tie 
19 3m Golden flato S 



TEEESI TREES!! TEEES1.M 



GRAVES & "WILLIAMS, 



GENEBAL C0MM1SSIOH MERCHANTS, 



[Opposite Washington Market.) 



V. UNDERSIGNED. 



two^lUoA^uMol-VlL'Mjer.' pfii 



J.j.-.-|.l. I..-.-., i.m J.iio. 

.-..■j. r -.vtiicl. idij Ik- ....rr.ir.l. J Injo I;, [ilitl, ,vlll do well Lo 

eaamlao our stock before buying elsewhere. 

GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 
Hoe. 67, 69, and 71, Merchant streol 



NURSERY BUSINESS. 



1858—1859. 

SAN JOSE NURSERY. 
FIEUTIT TREES, 

ORNAMENTAL THEES, 

SHRUBS, PLANTS, ETC. 

18*000 ROSES-, 

OBBBNHOTJSB "FXiA-TSTTS, 

<i rape- vines. Etc. Etc. 

PALM OR DATE TREES 
Perfectly hardy In California. 

FOR SALE IS L0T3 TO SUIT PDROHASBRB, 
Trade supplied nt n Liberal Illacniint. 

STg I OFFER TUG LAU0E3T VAR1ETV OF M» 

^a^ruit and Ornamental Treea,3f 

SHRtTBS, BUSES, ETC., 
That can bo found In any one Nursery la California. 

B3~ ALL ORDERS Kill he promjiily attended to, and 
the TREES carefully packed n], In bundles) or boiei, 
according to elao and tho dislaneo they have to go, and 
delivered free on board Ihoiteamer at Alvlso. 

#H¥ COLLECTION OF i» 

- R O S E S ® 

IS THE LARGEST IN THE STATE; 
HAS RECEIVED TOE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

At the STATE FAIR, hold at Slid Jo:-;. 

BtiT-MY CATALOGUE, giving the dllTonjnt Tariatlui, 
I hare for this season, and other Information, will bo 
sent to ovory ap pi leant. It will also bo found nith mf 
AGENTS, as follotrj: 

MONS'R DELADIGNE, 

SO Cloy- atrcet SAN FRANCISCO 

MESSRS. GRATES & WILLIAMS, 



MESSRS. STOUT & SARGENT,- Stockton. 

MONS'R JACQULSR, Sonoha, 

L. PKEVOST. 

8 AH JOSE, Nov. 15. 1B3& 



RIVER B1NK 
NURSERIES1 



CALIFORNIA. 

IBERS INVITE AT 
'ITEIR STOCK OF 

FR U1T AND ORN AMENTA L 

m TREES ! ! *JS 



8,000 Pear Trees 

(On Seedling Fear Stocks), ana and Wo yeara old ; 

10,000 Apple Trees, 
3,000 Cherry Trees, 
1,000 Plum Trees, 



PE1.C0E3, APRICOTd, GO08BBEniirE3, CURnAHTS, 

LAWTON BLACKBERRY (slroni;, woll-rootod plains), 

RASFBERRIES, ETC. 

IN THE ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT, 



lean Elms, i to Gfeeti Silver Maples, S lo 7 fee 
lain Ash, i lo feet) English Walnuts, Chine 
Arbor Vltm, California Redwood, Eta. 



rLUVVLItl.V(i SURUBS. 



ip dry nlttLOQI trimming. 



BVBZIIXQ Fun II,* 



..il Tji.'-ri'.r .juatlly. 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 
Paod'io Oil asd Oaupuene Wobkb, 



and atronplv [>r.'i'--:'i..'l 
uguinfi ns Bnocmolulj,- high. 

"I'.'i'.. .ml I In- l.i...-l..r, "vim know what you 

lotd nl., tnd I iin-.-i- ..nl;. Mloired jonr ndriM." 
N'"l ■ Muni motu itu miid, but the luntmni was 

i[Jiui...lint,.| v paid. 



ftttta judau by iippearnncoB. A seedy c 



Love of ehlldroTi tl alwnva un Indict 
- rjonlul nature, p urt| nuvroru, and tinDclDu 



TYPE FOH SALE. 

ui^ilar ijuelity, from a Uostaa Fouudery 
bent 300 pounds Bourpeols, atcly Id ' 



Colored Plates of California Prnit, 

T1IK beautiful Fruit i't« M wn | b. wore en Bnoly nn 
™red, of Ibe Foniver CallCrnU M the Stale Pa 



CATALOOUES, which will bo soot by mall to nil 
applicant*. 

We invito oltootioo lo our very largo anil general 
VEGETABLE SEED, 

rrbloh tsyery One and lariro, and wa aro now prepared 

to supply THE TRADE In quantities to sail, nnd at 

£mo«t Prices than can be jbund 

al any olhec establishment In Iho Statu. 

We have note been [ronlni SEED tor a numbor of 

loan, and have elven universal satisfaction. Wo are 



cupplyla 



. The* 



Isomoly In paekaieB, for Wholesale or Retail Tcsulo 
fit 0FFHJE...-M J rtreet....BACBAHENTO. 



. to plant out FEAR 
partlcol 



IVo noolJiovllo tho'onb.i 



Is paid to Ihe oultlratloo of Ibe I'ear. Ihoy aro budded 
on Poor Seedlings of our own railing:, and havo made 
a fine growth from 3 lo T feet, according to tho hibll of 
tho variety. Wo have all of the varieties lhat are 
worthy of cultivation, procured from ono of the must 
reliable Fear Culturists at the East, and no pains aro 

THE NURSERIES 
Am situated at tho Residence of GK0HOK SANDER- 
EON, on Iho Road, loading from San Jose to Alviso; 
about Ihroa-uuartera of a mile horlh of Doaty'i Hotel. 

•W- Order, by mail, or by Wells, Fargo & Co., will 
receive prompt atlenlloe, and tho Trees securely packed, 
so aa lo boar trans|iortatlon to any part of tho Stale— fo 
which a tuasauBble charge will bo mode. Terms Cash. 



Kasnucit & Bsitin, ID Olay slroot Whart: where sp 
lioons can bo seen after December lOlh. 

L. F. SANDERSON & 00., ~ 

i?L ■ Itlvor Dink Numeric!, 

IB-am San Jose, California. 



20,000 

FRUIT TREES, 




HOPE NURSERY, 



g 



CITY OP SAN JOSE. 
D . T . ADAMS, 

j li .■ [?■ lllj FRJEH03 AND 



APPLE AND PEAR TREES, 

that are hardy, ond havo boon irrown wllh much cato 
oj lo solcclnosj of sorls, oilent of variety, alio and rig- 
orous growth, to give entire salisfaction. 

i'','ni. . J-i.-li!.- Iu IH.rtLn.il Imgdy dru opCClolly SOlWleJ 

ALSO— A eood aHortuicnt of *Ctnt°lAHTS sail OOOBE- 

j..!.J i ■■. I ..-■ price-'o. Tit".-I ili.i '-"=" »se end ipullly 
"jJt f.r™rr jBrtSri °ij STflKa^'e™ Fr<ragalt4 frB*i 






HENRY HEWITT So CO., 



Wlllard's Grain - sower and Harrow, 

At Ibolr MennftoloryUoar of Uobbj, Gilmoro ± 0o.'» 
Box Fuel ory), MARKET STREET, near Fine ilro.et. 



Jan. I. 6-am 



WILLIAM THURNATJER, 
Importer of sTresoh nnd Oerman 

FANCY BASKETS, 

English and American Willav-ware, 

Jane and Willow Chain, Ladles' Work-alandi, 

TOYS, BTO. 



-^EE~<^ A 'rwn^NXA^FA^^^^- 



'% Mitata faro; 



Tots I> 'hf »E« of ft*fl"«. ™ d " IP " Ts nD Su,le 

loan our own State. Ship-building i! mpldl 
vaucing, and the specimens or Ihe builders' *I« 
Already, small *' 



in the I 



ID tho ' 



M, and yesterday (be fl" 1 ■ 



th 


Hon. Secretary of lb 


M» 


r.woslaunchc 


Ifro 
















I will be fou 


i that n 












ihor Sin 




we have tbe 








Hh—rpl 


jidW 


vulunki; fo 


go 




rkmen con m 


ken goo 


Ehi 






bp 




workm 


n en 


o ranke n ship 


out 


th 


-belt. We 


ope this 




or, built In C 





style of o< 



i Ityl. 



of completeness and beauty rivaling many of thi 
older Slates ; nod Ibis arises, also, from the fact ol 
the skill of ourbnildcrs. Wc are nlso peculiarly 
blessed with building material of all kinds, and 
we venture the prediction that, within ten years, 
we ~liall hate, in California, specimens of archil 






Onr Man 



nalher 



orld. 
of Pro- 



I all di 



cw England Stall 

jyond compulation, bo taxed three tiutei as mu 

r her letters as any other Stale? nnd shall s 

bo placed fifteen or twenty days behind time, by 

[net of those facilities which are ' 



manufactures, adapted In Agriculture, or the 
chanicnl trades, wc arc almost indopeudo 
olber Stales, 05 oar founderies, sawmills, mi 
shops, turoiog lathes, and other factories testify. 
Progress is marked on all our bills nnd valleys, 
our vineyards and orchard:, onr garden* nnd our 
md progress everywhere. 



inn It is the duly of e: 



with 



Mechanics' Institute EleGtioo. 
ts moat important and useful institution holds 
meal meeting on [Ma (Friday) evening. L. 



il intent 



of this 



ivill go on through all 
ipressing the mcchnni- 
Wc notice that then 



i-.su, -; 



offices of ibe Society. Can it bo that Ihis Society 
is divided in its interests J Can it be thai parly 
spirit, sectional interests, or local prejudices, ' 
against the greater interests of the working 
Wo look upon the Mechanics' Institute o 
Francisco as one of the great levers of oar c 
prosperity. It has done great good, and can 
n mlghly power tor good, if it will ; for Ihci 
a host of strong men connected with that so 
and we should deeply regret to see disuniot 
rupture, among good men, which would rclard Iho 
good in their power lo nceornplish. Let e 
man reflect nponhis own net in Ibis election ; 
hisvote forlbe4uin.no,- for the man and 
jvbo will honor (no cause they have tbus fo 

Iho true action, and jeopardise Ibe Instilu 
they will have cause to mourn over iw -., 
the lutes 



Lies all gi 



day 


oft 


elr 


Ives, for U 


s fin 


Ml 


."". 


dlo 


SSi" 


omit 



Market of Ban rrancdioo. 
t cities, our own Is soon to hnve lit 
nenu-quarlcrs for Slock on the hoof, nnd slnngb. 
tered material nlso. Wclcnrn that a plan [i u,,,],.. 
way lo establish "A Cattle Market," where nil 
stock for Ibe shambles will be brought, and where 
Ibe purchasers nnd sellers from all quarters will 
n-scroblo on given days, iho same as at Smltli 
« the celebrated Brighton markctof Now Ent 
Thlslsagooil plan, U will bcnellt both buy 



hai, nnd sellers will nlwnys command the b 
jfraeArihe best stock, 

SVcleirn that the spot nnw selected, is app 
priitlo In position and name, being beyond the U 





Pnolfla RaTh-oarl. 












brought th 


intolllgc 


co of ihe fat 


















a/ipntteJ by 


,. .-.■ 


jn.lCilit 


ainns will se 


it jSmiheda 




it— alien 


key build it. 


Wo have eye 



li. il' ■:■! 



Union can" dig from hersoil 550,000,000 annually? 
Here is the means; shall we use it? 

Where does all this goldgo to? What has built 
up nnd sustained the nlber Slates for the Inst ter 
years but California gold? California has sen 
away from her shores, wilhln the last ten years 
gold enough lo bavo built the railroad 
equipped il— enough . " ' 



wise fore- 



ight in her legi. 
ould have been 



Let Californin begin 



e, by ui 



e by her 



it ;■■■!. 



nil .i 



ShnllaSlal 
ory vastly n 



when 



annas < 






of her grot 
is trifled with by politicians and tricksters 
Californinns, nnd show Congress and the world 
that you mean to do something more than merely 
resolve to build a railroad. What has the result: 
tion of Congress accomplished? Look at oi 
cities, risen from nshes repeatedly, nnd can wen. 
build a railreodt "All the soul of man is rcsoli 
lion, which expires never, from vnlinnt men, li 
their last work; and then 'tis witb it like n mm 






it rather 



10 live.' 



e Voices for tho Types. 

i in California are like Ibe flowei 

all seasons, spring forth cvcrywbci 



gc has benuly nnd grac 



Some have a fresbne 



■J'- ■-■", llii'L ■i.i-L'.' lull IutI in tin.- rich, dclidnu. I'ruii 
they yield. Newspapers cloim nn affinity nlso with 
color; some are truc-Mm, some fiery rid, and some 
they call blade. Some, from a constitutional fur- 



find tv 



o plants, just bud 



The Democratic Standard, n new herald of tbo 
party bearing Ihnt name, published a! tbo Levee 
City, by J. It. rfardenhergh, Esq., Postmaster, and 
edited by C. L. Bolts, Esq. ; both men of energy ol 
character, nnd ability to give rank and stability lo 
a parly paper. Il will undoubtedly be ably con- 
ducted and mnintancd. 

The Daily Times mny be laid to be n new paper. 
If new bones, blood, flesh and sinews make a now 
man, (hen new publishers, new editors nnd new 
•nbjeete, nor? purposes nod aims, mnko a new 
paper. The Times appears with the names of 
Messrs. Washburn k Flanders as the publishers, 
' Wtdlj "J!"" 1 " P" 1 "*' noi,lin S the Itcpub- 
:o well known 



n flag. E. II. Washburn. Esq 
I, thai 



t tin- i-ici 



only nee 
"•ill be conduc 



"Bull's ntad." Jlisnlitticsli 
the name oflhe'firsl collie mar! 
nnd wo can remember it well I 
syne," for It „aj nenr He spot 



'I'SI'";., 



Raw Stoou .— The late i 
the State In a deluging si 
greatest depth in the earl 
for several years. In the 



mow. Ilnwover great ihe good d 
semanyibat will complain: It Is ci 



■Bo ola Received. 
one of the series of little u 
essrs. Fowler L Wells, of Sen 
ssued "House," "Garden," <■ 



trul. This work, -The House," com. 
hiBtory of dcslgub f or a homo a home 
!l»t, tbo red man', wigwam ; then lh< 
, eo.^ge, country bouse, villa, and all 
and progress in taste in ' 

of the conuu-y aud ugo. This is 

lertniuiog work— everybody shot 

llcssrs. p ow l„ £ 1Vtl|B h „ e dQn( 

by tbo excellent books of Ihis 

published. 

Mural Annual and llorliailturis 

Is a capital little svork, publish td by Joseph lior- 
Esn. of Rochester, N. Y. It has h n .„ r..„.., 



ThU 



State Afprlonltural Society. 

Roe*, or 0*vJ^^»-J^*^.. , 

At a meellng rf thVB T"rd' ,f afaung." "' <- h <' S »; 
iely, held thisdnv, tbc fullnwmi; tmn.'.iili"n' "rre io - 

il. ,1,. , TlMllhe rc r th.r muntbly meeting, ol II, . 

j,,,,, I, ,„,(,..,. „il,.. .1 H.e^-.elely. 
'ourlh and Kinb, bo ucccj 



o thou 



| V , ||.V,.r,,v,„,[,. 1 „. !1 ,,l.l..ll,i.-.,,..^.nganaggre. 
,.;„f 1 „,lv,.ll,..u ! and dollars. . , , 

t, i...„i Tl,.i Hi,, live th,...-imil ilollnr.i ll , . r r ■ i ■ r . ■: I . I 

rl,.,u...n.t .li.ll.ir, B].pr..tiri;ili-'l I'.r 
r be paid In nln(e, 
joard of Managers 



l.v il..- si 

cash; nm. -"-;-- T^i": 

this Society frein lis own fundi in 

!■,]., ihpli.Tii.v, bauka, etc., a? th- 

.halldeemfi'rlliet.c.l inlcr.-l.-iU 

IteJilteJ, Thot J. W. Osborn 
Staples, of San J. 
draft a schedule of premiums, and P 
■ ideralien of the Board. (The Coim 
E. B. Crocker, A. P. Smith 
i,„ra, i.n.l H. .1. ?l«i.|.-.] 

li.-,il.-,-J. That thi ' — 



m the I 



C. Wheeler, J. W. Os 
Fair of this Society, fo 



Ai . |T." 



Wo publish the nbovo for the inforinntlon or tbo 
public. This benrs the slomp of 
we rejoice to make record of the fnc 
plaint was made Inst year, of tbo prico which was 
paid for medals, plate, ote. Tht 
by the Society should ho such as to give proof 
that spcculHting in 



the I 



clety. 

Blossoming of I 



mphyo! 



; ..r bi.j 



eonlinac, tho record each year of Ibe 

soming, In the different sections, of tbo principal 

kinds of fruit. lu Ibis city, on tbo Wth of Febro- 

on Iho 20th, a peach tree in full blossom; but these 
were eioeptions. At this time, March 4th, peach 
trees here are generally in blos;om, and pear trees 
just opening. App] i: bud.- nn i "ininencingloopen, 
but they will not probably blossom till April. In 
the interior, the blossoming is generally a wcolc oi 



nihil 



ay. 



nry ldlh, the peach was reported to bo in bit 
but at most other places we judge the blossoming 
to l..i... been Ihe last week In February. At 
Angeles, February Mth, the peach and pear u 
in full blossom. Wc hope our friends in tbo Vi 
nus sections, will keep record nnd report to us. 



Giusn Ball jt S.ich.imsisto.— Saernmenlo hi 
always been noted for lis social nn'd inlcileclui 
gatherings, nnd no do not derogate from any othi 
part of our Stale when wc sny tho "Levee City" 1 
[irit-iuincnily distinguished fur sodnl life. Th 
grand Ball of the season (the Legislative Mnll) will 
take place this evening, March 4th, a day some- 
what noted in legislative hulls; and wc do helicvt 
there will lie a grand display or glorious legisla- 
tors— .rtrir end /go; and (heir petiliuns will be 
beard and must be granted ; and we suppuse whnl 
Ihoy-do will become o law to oil courtly gen He- 
men. As this is to be Ihe Ball of the season, great 
preparations have been made. Il is lo be held in 
the Notional Tbentrc, which has 









ndctl I 



and, of course, being an advocate of Ibi 

shall attend, that we may daly report tl 

and beautiful flowers that Heaven has sen 

som over our fair land. Tho whole programmo o 

entertainments in every department has been goltei 

up in the most splendid nnd knightly style, worthy 

the Queen Oily of Prairie Loud, the day, and thi 



o bright 



SavE Youa Faun.— The Plnccrville Observer, < 

makes tbo following well-timed rt 

fear, in this locality, the peach tret 

likely t 



nrks: Las, 



i (his 






truly, i 






'■ " ! ^ t' hl, J \" ^ •'" backward tendency of the 
bloom ; and hnve, u ]ir . .:.. M t ,. 1 ,-,.,,..,.,. .,, ,, ,, 

for a bounlifnl , r ..,, .'f ,l,i, | rl . n „ L ., ,- r1lit ,'u, 1 , 

would bo well lV,r lb ■ v.-l,.. I„.i.- ..,-, |, „".['■ i„ l„. 

l;re,i,r,,l (,, an ,-r,,^. u ,v By keeping fire un 

der the trees on „,>.,. ,v ,,;,!,,, ,„..,■., „,.. |f| , 

' '""■' ''.'■. "bi- .■ M ..r 1 „ l ,-.„( v.,,„ tried by 
-'line '.I ..ur ,-111,1,,, l.i .t Sprinu- -ni-l -,.■,■ ,■„,„' 

!Unk r nnbr , - rU, ' t Wo ,,,,i,C "« fruil-growe,. may 
thtnk of this .jmpjo me.hod a. the propor lime. 3 

Too Tni 



The Recorder or Chicago, Illinois 

6 Grand Jury, recently, said : ' 

' heldlhii 



Hl> llll[l| L ,L 



i v.bi'l. || ,'■' 



often been Ihe case that tin- ,„„!:■,; 
'• he poor? Hong him I Is be 

;;';;!' ''I. he pay? The record of ci 






s third year. Ever 



wonhoaie It knew 
oneortberanitrel 

liduitwlth°lhilt 



dished notice, Col. j. H. Sle«a,l oman^d 
turduylnsl, a ne,. Miii,. irl . ,-,„„,, , My 1 ' ^"^ 

^'"■rl;!":;,' ':' ■-■ 



U'T» AKO C-OTTOS is Euhope — 
'. holb in England and Prance 
and a duU market for 







plcto trlurapnud uub^u^ed, 1 suce'et."' 8 ^ ' 



CelebratioD of ■WBahlrjgton'a Btrthrlny, 
Not being oblo to nttenil Ibis Festival, on lite 
22d, onr reportersendsufl tbo following interesting 
sketch of tbo plensnnt celebration which look 
place, and wo cheerfully give plncelo it; not uo- 
ennso It is the nll-itnparlnnt festival of the times, 
[t a impoi 



rll,.,.| 






rtiged b 



,»B, and bring 

tho lives and netinns of grent nnd good men, nnd 
thus have the yeuM of our Stnlo taught lo emulate 
their nohlc example. Wo hnve ulwnys ndvocntcd 
tlto oblnrvnnco of sncli days, and Wo wish we had 
mnny more days observed wbieh me marked in Iho 
history of our country. When the young men of 
our lund are thus trained we shall bopo for better 
days. Tho Collegiate Institute nl llonlcla is ono 
of the best colleges in oar State, and woitliy the 
attention of parents who desire a correct training 
of their sans. — 

Biskij. Feb. IS, 1SS9. 
Eonon FaniiKn: Pursuant lo invitation I pre- 
sented myself as tho representative of tho FAnucn 
nt the Collegiate Institute, on tho morning of tho 
22d, and found, in tbcjnrgc hall, a number of In- 
vited guests collected. Tbo following programme 
was bonded me : 

1. OpeninB Ilyran. 

■1. lt,:vlmp ..I V,„.1,i,Kl,n', Farewell Address, 

Ily Geo. M. Foil, of Marysvillc 
3. Singing nf tho Oda fur Iho doy, 

"Wash in ct" u. tbo (luidicg Star of Colombia.' 
i. Oration, by I. Hurllurt. 
5. Trio and Chorus, 

"Thrco Cheers for tbo Bed, White, and Blue.' 
Tho opening hymn was impressively sung. Tito 
Farewell Address was read witb an emphasis which 
showed that tbo reader appreciated nnd felt tho 
immortal truths which it contains, and which " 
n pcL-uliiir application at the present time. 
Oration, a copy of which I have requested, nnd 
which I send you, was delivered in n very graceful 
manner, at times warming; into eloquence. It i; 

rcasun lo regret, when ho looks upon il in his mn- 
turcr years?. The singing was admirable. The 
boy a exhibited n patriotic enl hut insm which spuik.- 
well fur their future usefulness. 

I nm very highly pleased nt your earnest udvt 
ency of such anniversaries. The FanvKR Is nlwn; 
to bo found on the right sido in every populi 



Oil ATI, 



!."'&"3.° / 



'■ BirllidBf, or At CalUgi 

u.-p Sc it ool mates : Wo meet hero 

irate Washington's birthday. Why 



unniversary of 

..- i. I il,- lr,.,f under 

anorl enjeying all the blessings Ihnt" free 
onsenn auord. It Is, therefore, our duly 



ice, the great battle., fought by 
1 the birthdays of Ihe Fathers 
I should never suffer to pa 
commemoration i.l" th.'fe e 



our forefathers, ni 
of Iho Republic, , 
unnoticed ; fur, tb 



.. Next to the Detlurali f III. ]!■]„.„. [in... 

liie liirtlnluy i.f In,-. -In, nl, I i„, ,:, 1,-1, rated who is so 
! aslly tailed the Father of Li- .-iiunlrr ; : 'llie first 
n war, the Om in peace, tin- lir.-t in "the hcari.-. ,.i" 

(i.-orgi.'WnahinglOB was born in Virginia, Feb. 
!2d, A. D. 1T3J. Ile,itten,lcli.h, 1 r.l until [,.,„„. 
uilcen years of age, when he commenced to face 
Ibi.- stormy world. At Ihis enrh- nge he became a 
urvcyor, whi.-h iiToenti..ri lie f.dlowed till he wn-. 

n-'l'" "i ■ i. r,.-.-..ivii, B ii .■omini-'ioi] iii tin- Vir- 

nii.i ]'iihi;,i. lit . 1 1 r . l r 1 1_- . . . L I h- miliiarv ., ||,..i r . ,n 1 1„- 
orlhern part nf thai colony. 
'flu' bloody French and Indian war having 
rolii-n ,'iil in Ihe w,,:.|arn lerrilorv, U'a,l,i,,,.|,,„ 
.-.is Sent timber by I lie Virginia government -VI- 
Ibrnigb, then, ii y.uilii; n„i,i of but I v.vn 1,-1 wo bi-, 
- J - were the deeds of a hero, and aLlr.„i,.| ^-„. 
.llentton. Fur it was he who fought tho bnt- 
FortNecessUy; /,- who -lood by the side or 
llr,i.bl.,rk, mid ),, win, ;„|[,.,[ Lis,, l-r.-keu r.ilili ' f.,r 
retreat when over half „f tu , ur[ll v, a,,J ,„,„.„, 
(hem. the comma,,.],, bim.etf, had r„]len. He 
amidst (be shouts of the people, reti 



great man from Ibis sphere of action to one beyond 
the skies. ITis demise was inileed a sad event, 
■ 0nlon, nnd fur beyond II, 
f sorrow; tho fourteenth 
justly considered n dnyof 



the skies, nisdcml- ... 

and created, all over Ihe Union, nnd far 

tbo deepest feelings 

of December, 1TU0, Vf . 

great national calamjiy. 

He ha- gone I lias Ibe world ever produced 
another aiicb man, e. t ut.lly great in war and in 
peace, and more I., I..V...1 by In- ■ ..imir., ,„■ n .' 

er,'he iiaTl^e 1 Washington, to figlit foreign foes. 
Like Wnshiugn.il h.: conquered j bill, ■ after the V c- 
torics over Iho cnemv, whnl a different u-a out 
\,ip.,lei)ii nnike of his power I liislen.l of giving 
Franco the longed for peace and freedom, be 
tb.nigbt of bimaelf, satislied his own ambition, 
mnde himself the despotic ruler nf his country, 



dthc 



:ountry. Kapot 
yranl, dies 

he 'haiii:- . 

>r his 






f lyrnnny 
ountrymen. 



... _.nd can Oliver Crornwcl 
with Washington? It is true 
able gcncrnl nnd statesman, ant 



,-on-iilntional liberties of England. But, did he 
do for freedom what Washington did? Was bo 

after all, n despot? Hi was feared j WaMngtoa, 
loved. 

If we turu onr thoughts back to the history of 



■■ tin.! n 



e of Jul 
ncrats 



man the world over sow. Was he, pcrlmp?, like 
Washington? Did be combine with bis high 

-clfi-b diameter n- Wa-bingloj] '! History answers 
In Ihe negative ; for Cttsar, after baring achieved 
the greatest success, both in the field and tbo 
cabinet, could nol withstand the temptation nf bis 
nub, .unilcd ambition. 

Wherein, then, consists the consummate glnry 



.f \l':l 



ington7 
hi- treat 



ss? 11 surely c 



tlinlly e 
not be his 



point, excel 


r even npprnncli Washington. 






nclcr must he 


tnve been pnssessed, to nccomplis 


what he has n 






ic heginning lo the end of n ton 


protracted wi 


, amidst so mnny difficulties ai 




i iafusc new courage and confidcm 










them lo final 










.re intentions for which they wcr 


brought into a 


etion. There is no telfiih purpaie 



bo found underlying Washington 

sire for sclf-aggrunill.-e incut , nr.tliing prompted 
him to net but tho good of his country, Hie Imppi- 
— - of his fellow-citizens. Where Is the chief of 



onyai 






Tin bis hands, 



itnnccs and with llic same po 

would act wilh the snme disinter 

tho same noblo spirit ? Cnn there any olber mnn 
be pointed nut, who surpasses hini in truth, recti- 
tude, nnd justice ? any, in -hart, who might, like 
him, be called the model of a eilian / I repeat, I 
know of none. 

Georga Washington, then, Is, in my hamblo 
opinion, the greatest man the world over saw ; he 
was n great gcncrnl, u great iink- inaii, bill licv 



Hill at 






staka or $9000, wit 
trolled over tho Pio 
nod drew together a 
dayw 



and the 1 



tsido bet of Slii.r.i.(i, r , ti 
rso Wednesday afternoon, 
imber of spectators. Tho 






When the color 
he injustice of 
vhole land was In 
nglon • 






.ppresieil by 
— Ul ™ and the 

e "I <li.-:-ali.|a.-li„i,. Wii-h- 
... jr tho delegates lo the first 

.'■J second ,-ol.,i,ialf.'ongress. A-.nd, l,,.„|,v:u. 

; J I.',I " <h,- acxre-.-iau 'Ihe Driti-li goVLrntiie-iii. 

Klicn that body dcclarcl the clonie- tree nnd in- 

.lepen.l.nl .Slat.-:", Wa-:bil^l,.|i 11 a ■ ellOU'll • 'OUI- 
:ui,l,-r.in-H|,ief, -in.:,. In, wa, luund 10 possess, in 
liii-h d..- t r,..,, all U„; n-cv-arv i^l.llities. lie, at 

"'■. !■"' il |.,uie- in u -iai.. i.f defence 

Then i-„lb,w. ,b, b„,c an, levemful peri.id of Ibe 
,'V.,lu„o,,arv War. The 1 <tal ,, W J UV(!rrull |, t 
iho foe, and ihe li„ m . r , ,,f „ar dcsabiled the couu'- 
ide. Through eight long years 
— ' and though tho 
fcened by ' 



[,r,..peci:,„i- |,i n country w 



i, yet 



u in J w 



■111, ej„. 



ing,iui 



try b cause. Aad, indeed, he n,., ,„,i ,,.:" ,..i , ,, 

"ftf.^.r-ss*KsS:Sr 

""'I 1 I..-L,, i.lac. I . ■ '",' """J--ll>e|i..wer 

WsdV. -ommuniau "^ ^ A ^«»T * 

pe^Et'Ebe^hen'efeetar'to mVlun ^^1^* " 0t 

%£?? wUlSSor?" Cs U unanVmnusr dectoi 
e, r V' "' ""■' r " K ' 11 SN "-- Tb„ la.i ,,,,[ 
,,,„■'" ''"'. '" tl.ii b.gl, oili^, wa., indeed „ very 

i.,.,1. ,, ■ , '"-:'""' u'.V'.i .„[ j Ul l(1 . „ ■_ 

'"! 1 " be over 1L ., ., r^,.,,,.,, .„ ,„ , r '" ■ 1 " 1 

Aee.^dingl, h , ri . liri ', ,1;^ U 1 ^"'■1 un.l peii.e. 
e-'eal w,„ri.,r and , tal.-,,„„„ livi ,, ,, ' """'•■ "•'' 
" ' 'amrn-. Iamnn llv011 '"" peaceful lire 

■■■ ,„„„. ... r , " '-"nuiinnder-ln-Ohief 

,,.. ,,.,,, JH r "^": '""led towards Wnslilng- 

h d governn R " ll,Fforull,odltl ^uriIes l w|ti,Tbe 
e^^nment were settled, death called Ihe 



g. Glcneoe Chief nnd 
wagons, a single heat often miles. Tho Allien 
About four ia the afternoon tho hones got Ihe wi 
The start was good— slightly in favor of tbo mi 
Soon after passing lax mom, Glcneoe broke, and 
maro aliat ahead a couple of lengths. The, position 
maintained throughout Iho Gret six miles. Ibe m 
widooing tbo distance on the back stretch and tho b< 
narrowing it on tbo home stretch. But In tho sore 
milo Olencoe, on iho back stretch, again wont up. 
soon got down lo his work and made n hundiomo of 
to recover his lost ground. The marc on tbo b, 
stretch in Ihe eighth mile, was about six lengths ah. 
■ •i bvr .,pp. .fan I, aliiih di-toncc fhe continued widen 
throughout the l,,-i I 



wgntc. 



lo gait, a 



>se stake in 20 minutes and 10J si 
ranking a skip in the heat. To every unprejudiced in 
it was perfectly manifest tint tho inure had it nil 
own way from End to lull and that there was no 
dd not cosily hnvi 









I, and tho fastest 2:17. Tho 
following is tbo timo of each consecutive mile: IiSO; 
3:01; Z;B7,; 3:0}, 2:6Sj . ; :S0 . 2-M ; 2:10; 2:47; 2:«. 



.for a- stake a/ fiujuni, „ 



.L IIOTCU.— The I 



2°:101 



IS TEH NATION 

to Ibis Itoaso ei 

homo In a new land that was so' well commended to 

them, fr-m every Stale In the Union. Wo bellcvo that 

the Hotel Tnternr 1 Ut now most favorably known in 

all parts of tho Union, and those of onr citlions who 



Ihoro frien. 



if Iho w 



but 


COl 


o Ih 


sway, 


lo a llotul that ii 


™ 




.Ta 


r ovory 

ll.ilel 


want of its patron 


E : 


qu 
T 
rltb 


ckly 


mpplie. 
no p 


. and that too wit 
of eating and ."-e 


rtni 




d to 
hot 


uo "In 


use. Jtr. and Mr 
er national" shall I 


d th 


°fh 


u the State, nod wo think il w 
iry truly. Mr". Itubinsan is ov 
desk, whore all will bo rocoivo 



»,,,„,- (Tbw Yduk M„„ d Srone.-We would co 
„■ ,iileuii,.i, nf our readers lo Iho large udierlinnuei 
^ ITomw Walers, of Now York. His collection i 



■-i-.li,.,. 



and M„... 



nd beat selected In tho Eastern Stall 
ilnbliihmont Is qullo celebrated, both i 
*B and publishing bouse, and his ■„ 

»• P. Hod^t7 



Ibvlr,., 



■ Co.— Thi. old establishment, 
ISO, Ii now furiii.-hiiiL- ^r,...Ti,- J 
drirlng 



aUroIiinbU .nd .a.i.fac.ry ixado. Their .tore Is on 

,"-'';','■'' '-'•'"■ " *>. ., ,i„,i llatlery where wo Can 

'H'.rriilly rccuum.,,,! uM "■'*• " noro 



THE CALIPOENIA IF -A. R M E R . 



37 



DOMESTIC BDMMAKT. 



. A.Wth»lta—rfft«ll-«It-.tblIIMBWB» 

make*, note of. « on *■ "« '° ^-^ta"^, 8 
MiTr „, u«"a BB1( ., on Ihe ditches In tho vicinity of 



■o tho £2d nit. Astabli 
s Union Ilolel, by. 
avcd. Loss, S1S0P. or mt 



to the mint-' have lately Iwon robbed by tho 
a piece of galvanised copper being throst 



F.iar to Kbw Toes.— lb. loro by (ho mail steamer 
Sono™, is staled to bo: 3150 cabin, $100 second esbln, 
and ISO in Iho steerage- By tbo Omsba: !■» "M" 
cabin, Jlou saloon, S120 seco nd cabin, J °° steerage. 

The Turn Vcrein Association of Stockton giro a grand 
masquerade and rnnoy ball, at their ball, on Toosslay 
next. A theatrical entertainment, in German nod Eng- 
lish, irill como off early In tho evening. 

Official returns of rota nl tho special election In 
EamaienloonlhelOlliolt.BivellnocenibelWO.llaeon 
1398, Lord 334 ; for ngrictjttnral tax 2563, against 162. 
Daneombo'e plurality 170. Majority for Agricultural 
las 1000. 

At Carson Bill tbo miners hove been doing o, Tory 
excellent bndi 
Anuria 






little sale by making affidavit Hint 



a Sentinel of the 



20th ult., bus continued e 
the week. It--p-.:. r---I ^1"- 
have given rather a glooi 



some two bandied houses, and Ibe carpenter 
patting up more. Tho demand far lumber! 
denied; tnncb r or building purposes, bat raoi 
ing oica. The claims are paring well. 



At PlBcerTille, says Ibe Observer of Wednesday, Ibo 
weather is heavy and liluo; It rains, or snows eontum- 
nlly; Ibe miners cannot work, and tho business men are 
Idle. Men bare no! elen iplril enough In get on ■ 
bender— In a word il is painfully dull. 

EkMOTij.— The Booms of the State Agricultural So- 
ciety at Sacramento, bare been rempved Trem the cornel 
of Siith anil J streets, la tho Urge mom un the lowai 
Door of Tulioy"s building, on J—belween Eunrth and 



beluir »ru al ono time daring the cold n-< 
ary. Del teith wanner weather Ibe ini 
paired, and fnrmcTawerc ot^l-.irrri^ l.j ],n 
of which there wonld be a great increase 






A sample or California Wine has been received by 10' 
Tnolnmno Courier, from Mr. Schilling, made at Colnm 
bin, this season. The editor says : II is pore, and nl 
Hough so new, ii is oitremoly good. Il is white ant 

pressor, and has made ft lar^-e stoeh this year. 



—Tho 



of S 






rally, 



lys tho Sacramento Unit 
seir crops, and are confident of a largo yield next re 
m. At Iluleblnson A Green's nneli, on Friday la 
lores learns (a portion of which were six male lean 
-orliio-.: ^anq-|'l'iw.-). were actively engaged, slxnull 
coo.lv. iu ibe gcod work. 



■■■iIMl ■ on this mail 



band, an original song: ° f nolco 
n. Prayer by Rov. Mr. King, an 
linger. Tbo celebration, «o leai 



Hcavr L.ixn Ophrjtioss. — Tho San Joaquin Re- 
ubliean says, Iho noil known (inn of Sperry, Burkelt 

Co., of Stockton, have purchased of Cant, Weber, a 
aetoroTcMwolvohundredocregorisjid Ivint: Ki«ecu 
rat eity nod French Camp. Tho mm realiied for tho 
nd, is orer $12,0011. Tho surveyors nrc now engaged 

1 1 ■ C t,.--.i-.;ili..r,' are in prosit-.". Iho pf"|«'-t.l pur- 
i.i.er- l-i.iu- i.in-i te [. urif. Tin.- -li'.it-- lb." .1 'lt..N L - 

.nii.l.io.i; i ,Ti.-,intd <>r Iho fulure growth and 

prosperity or tho cily. 

keOaMttoorthc2ith till., a nufficleney of rain having 

idenblo time. As n consequence, the times hnvo much 
aprnrcd, money is more plenty, luafvr.i, «t1er' .mil 
drier! nro generally at iti.rk — f.jr all el which grali- 
adc fh'inld ho ciprcrje-1 by tbo community. 

— ithin the present month [Fe* 






■o tho San Joaquin 



icd, rron 



vi Mil- 



it plan, pays in the 



: Sierra Ciliien says the snow which bos beci 

j on Goodyear-e Hill for mere than two nocks 

dosed tho Downievillc trnil. and they wore wllhoal On 

nila for a whole week r conioqoently, there was n veri 

qniring time. The nark of opening tho trail was ne 

f.-.-Lii l.li.v. \U- 11-jr,l.:ii, II..LIM- l.i u dL..1aijL-e..f ti,.'lj 
»Ith shovel ,.. Tbi- fli.-.uld I.. f.D;i.|cr;.l ini cu 
ling as well as cilmordinary performance. 
iEn Iho heading of -Conilnued," ibe mitten 



wpeclol 



alher. 



I Lilio 



.■ather 



ounce tho approaeb ur pleasing 



•ins. CoDjcrr.— The liydranlic Press of Iho 21st 
ays: One day of tuushiuo cheated us into the be- 
lief thai spring time and beaten wore near at hand, but 
Oio gloomy storm-season returned on the morrerr, and 
- a week of rein, and snow and dnrkness, renews 
tho "winter of our disconlcni." Tho sntmnlolni lying 
lo |be north nrv-llntkh -■>■ r, I willi .now; at AmoM't 
Ranch it lies ILirly iiicli-i i!..--p. ill Ibe i..H-Iii.uk- live 
Tho Uiwo> ill Sierni e.-lllilv .in: ,ilni."l -nail.. ned 

snow. Al Forest Cilv, il «i- over ciebt feel deep. 
ire had ni. ,-iuueelion .vilh ll.lvrnlei-iUe for a Beck 



lion or mining operations. In M; 
ridEC, deep snow prevenu labor ; 
is fnnon, and where neither of Ihesi 



others the gronnd 
.bsUieleseiL'lslh. 
wi.rking. Unin; 



lining 



cck. On the ndrenl of spring i 

.i,ie= .T^-liin^ .,n Si.n Juan Hill Ihnn 



establlahmont is truly worthy tho considers, 
lepublic. Tho stock iswbal II should bo 
rle, i[uality, and finish, are such as are o 



RlIS, rein, plenty <,t it, at Stockton, iajp the Repnb 

llcan of Ibe Irt iu:l- 0..t>'.-,|i,, mi-' ; the earth soaked 
slnn^hs rnnriLD^-. ..iiterj..- and r--er,-'lirs full, snow oi 
tho mountains, ejasa rising po fast one can almost see i 
grow. It is years since that part of (bo country ha 
I»een -ii blesl, thoogh even now Lbey think they bnv 
leu than their neighbors. 



Tun Steam Navigation Company have announced tho 
ausanier Qagdman CasIIo to bo plnced on tho Upper San 
Joaqnin, under tho command of CapL G. V. Bight, to 

dors of TUalln. This latter plaeowill eoon become a 
er points or trnito will 



\\\.:u beililb 



lercosed, business als 



inei 

Tour bavo n singular way or dbponsing justice 
Indiana In Fresno county. An Aliorigine sentenced i 
any delinquency to tic imprisoned Ttir a certain time, is 
(old for that time to labor Iu (he highest 
instead of being a lax, be Is a source or ecu 
The Mariposa GbeciIo soys tho system wi 
bly, though wo do not know of iu being 



O. C. Hickox, Esq., buisness agent u r Freeman i Co 1 

in tho Interior. Tho Amador Sentinel siji Mr. Hick-. 

in hit selection (if agents [tills might bo reckoned a 
matter »t courrc, from what we linow of the gentleman], 
and nothing Dim remains for Iho company to do to se. 

ture 111-, 1,.,, ii,,.,. l.iii i, ( ,ur,„. „ .irji.-ht-furward, hon- 
orable, Jan and liberal course. 

Mil W.Rua 



rience in newspaperdom of the 
practical printer], WD predict 11 
credit to, and assist in the den 



.o not prate daily 
.f Ihcm and thei 



lb. ,ii. 






goods. By referenee le 
sir curd it will be seen tholr work is mado to order, 
d warranted; and any one visiting their establlsb- 

d beyond what we bare sold of it. 



DuoBBTAiKrv or AHTBS1A.V Wells.— Mr. fnroy ii 
putting up nlnrtfonnd f [roti|il,v built windmi ) at 

11,,-. ril'y nrt-iiui ".II "ii Hurkot -ilreel, Nm Ju-i'. 
■'pun a re. i lU iilinn ofliro, il Wiif found ttli.l the 

-,-rfi.ir- cei nfl ru Med I'v tbo lily ,it diii' t.-ni 
,int . f..i- I. ..|. lii, j i-.Mfi- nip Un- .-'il'l'iy uf the Grc- 
igines on amergoney, were empty, and lh.it woler 

a supply this v-.uii. the ■:!«>- Cithu-.H .-..i.lr.i.-lv.l 

„ v ' ,,„ i|„. ei-rv .hit lli.it Tin.- etinlntcUrr (jut liin 
i,i,|,„il| ,,l llii' iveli, lliL- tv.if.-r Imifiii.' to floiv out 
' it intil the lM=ili imi! d.Hfil into tin, nqiiedu.'t.-i 
inline- to tin- rtfervoir.s.— [Sun JosuTelegmpli. 

GsMntKiis Convicted.— The tew ngninst tjutn- 

blinglinFlriumplipd, unit Robert Bcntly bus been 

nlcnced lo pay a tine o( 5500 and fmnn'sonmcJii 

r one year in lis State priion. Wo nrc truly pro- 

essinc in -t-lf-pnvcninidiil, when laws of lliir 

nd onn bts eriH.r.-e.l. ivlii.-l. w..- trim, will pruve- 

Ihis i-,i.=e| nlfhoiitfli we Icnrn iuinieilimi' sfp-i 

ill be taken to nppcal to Ihe Snpremo Court. 

There, no thi nk, onr Inwa arc safe. 

Mist Statistii 

ronclsco Mint, dt 

2Sth, amounted to 



Bilrer coinage, hnlf dollars.. 10,1100 00— SrtlO.Ot 
BPBOIAL NOTICES. 



■orlil In Dsgucnootypes. Wo barn documents to proi< 



ibKu, Iy Ambr '" Tr * """■ 



that my crighbor brags sc 



(^ .■■ SLKfc-.l'i !,I,KKI 
-To «cb and III. • 

Bleep 1 Hecp I Bleep I 



epl Hccjil Sleep! 

On the mattress from JACOB SCllftlCBEHl 
«ehelonlle ilocle. then life win notjlnglo 

Till thcj'r" married end uarchue oao wider I 
eomotaJ. BCIin[BBEit-S,theygo whew, wbnw 



fJiT-TUE lioilli OF BEAUTY. 
"Creatlso Genius t from thy hand 
Wbul Blispes ol oriter, benatr, titt, 



pics, and people them wl 



.,rj,.:i ..tt .:-ir..-i'F, ■. Niotou^uo '^. " 
Plsac«7ontD>, e-j:. . Il-T:.-.- tV.'.-r'. ...eel 11 !:-..-.i- ,-,.,-. ST 
f.'.-vr.. tr-:- ■■--.i:i'. L ' ■ '■■ '.v.,-, !■■* I ruTne„t*.3n Broadway. NY 

1-|.. :..-.-r rill 1J.-I.- 1 ■ .-^iii--.,l.. 'i,-. r.-.-n,:-; ...-,,1.-1 fMi-.l'r. i.l 
J; I; i ■■:!: .'.. Hill-. . eir.-^,'",l,l iV.n.:',!.-. ■ - ".| Tl.I II ',' nth -.1, 'I J 

Ziiller, Crua i Co Iiirdsore, fi,m,lQ 3 i™L-. cie In J 

ity Ullk Depot ..A Buplo te C< 
..fai_. 

FjlivEirJ> ALJC -i,',le-li'..il-, ,:i ,.:■ rha.-t^t clay abr Fret 

■turo-.teQ-IKMontEomcry 



lonBlne^bcrr7.ifc..Or»TC«4-Wllllems..fr7-7t UoretMn 
■rence*,ItouMiworLb...oirtlcLiin?, cuUcrj.cle -.177 Glut 

LfiTire flock of sl.e-.-l. i-'i-'-.l'- tV-rri-n Ii...,,-: 



At La Porte, Blerra county, eaya tho Mctsen 

Butcl to Conly's bankioo-house i another ono fru 
Union u> Bl Dorado Saloon, and a third ono from : 
A Norley'i butcher shop to Freeman's restaurant — oil 
of them atleosl tea /id Mar Ite aaoie lut/ncc. Tbcy 
hare been run for tbo eonsenlenco of persons hat ' 
occasion Lo Irnrol lo llieso l(--jilllies, onU not as a I 

Ine Pirth dq,artu,o or tbo Overland Mull from Bt 
Wot.,, Kansas City, on the Allimmtrquc route, oceo 
on TuMdey. Tbo mall Is in charge. ofMr. ncnryS 



Ml-.. -.'.'- Hj-'-.k;..!,:.!',!,, nil . .rl,---.', ,.'l,li::.l"ii I Urn .■■■:. 

■ee.i e M. il r i -jiiL-tlp Co..Foibes II B.hcoct . . 6,r Par 

Loonlrro', II V l.-ii'" ■ 1 ;'-u-i,il)- -i. .:■■ .:'■■. I i: . ._. 

p'[^ji*n^-ri Emtioriuni.... Boiiil Hi- ll..r.. . . lie ,.,. I:i,,.i..., 
Ti.-.:.:-j;li-!'t.-,l ll..veli CvM-' ■■ aliio l.'r.l ..Claries Antlar Ely 

,!«!.. priV piper.. lf,r-.-,!lf„i,l.i 



id thoy'ro Lbkcd together. 



Creative fieol as, ratio thy wand 1 

Koforousi htm who all mubeJiiiy | l.ir.'i.-l. 
i'r!..,i I, erl.-i Cteuiui, qulcaly fltsneol 



6, vtelJ",, Sra 



INTERNATIONAL. 

Son Franclrico, California. 



THE UNDGRSIGNEB INVITES 
Iho attention of tho Trafellog Poblle, 
andslrangenlu pellicular, to Iho merits 
of this llouio. 
ifaed under Its present management on 



a. s. haley; 

JNO. J. UALEY, trnd E. R. ROBINSON, 



luilvolT the SITEHI0H MODE In which 
t is oontiinous to all of the most 






T?Ja.ojL*OTJLt!Vla-"fc»r«3ca. 
3DEJTTOJJ0 - ^CATTLE. 

HAVING JUST COMPLETED AH AR- 
necoenl with Sir. IfrJ.« WnXluuaa, of 

Imy n $ce°to Onto, "T^"\"j*{ d , "J**™ 



-li-nn.l '■./,„.„ /.i ai [,"_a.|Jel, e«t.!n-«n winner, of 
. . . •rlsc.iIAprlcoltur.lr-. !„[„ c*n ™ln «>..[, ;l,-.v fork, 
.,, M.el.l.-,-!.. I'. io..vl„.,.|.,. n.,,1 il il,- .','., I„. r „! i-.ilr 1,1.1 



that rendcrlnc it at all times the most 
DESIRABLE STOPPING-PLACE 

For Families; or Single Gentlemen, 
durlnc tholt sojourn Inlhisclly. 

THE " INTBBKATIONAL-nOTEL 

-COACH." under the snnorintondonco of 
. B. SMITH, late £ta,jo Aeentnl Sacramento City, is in 
_.tendnn M at all hoar, to convoy parson ears to and from 
the Hotel, for One Dollnr each, ineludine Bn«ns^. 



BANKERS, ETC. 



MARK BRTJMAG-IM & CO., 

BAM FRANCISCO CAUFOHSIA, 

Sight Bills 

Bank of Commerce, - Boston, 

IQHT AND TIME BILLS 

American Exchange Bank, New York, 






A. L. EDWARDS & CO., 

GROCERIES, 

At 81 Clay street, above Front, 

At. EDWARDS A CO. HAVB JUST OPENED 
. nnno assortment or 
Choice I'amily Groceries; 

vthich thoy offer at Iho lowest rates: 
FLOUR-Sill-erler brands -d domestic, 
COIiN'-MEAL— Fresb, lo II), io an-j 60-Ib sacks. 
BUI ;;vV!!-AT-:;..M.-ll,.iuinj, coarse nnd fine, 

Corn-its. rob. 
COFFEE— Old Qovomnionl nnd Ore on Jnvs, and 

superior Rio. 
TEAS-Suwrlor fresh Oreen and Black, in 6, 12, 

and SfJ-lb boiea. 
CAKDLES-Chemtcal, Sperm, Was;, nnd bout uual 

Uy Adamantine. 
SUO A it— Crashed, Powdered and Brown. 
ClIi'.L^E-i'alirornll un Uorbarn Farm. 
PlcBHts— Enrjlih and California Pickle*, in pints 

rin-FnuiTB— Knj-llih and American Pio-Frulta, In 

Oil— China Nut-Oil'. In tins nnd jars. 

Tsssr Fowdess— I'reston & Morrill's, Hone Mill! 

andCaliI.;.mii:. 
Mi-, -at. [;-'.• jlif-.r: i; ("::. .i:.i Free- ii. 

Ovsrans— Tho most de.irablo brands. 
Cocoa— Posts, S bells, and eraobod Cocoa, Droma, 

Sr AO.cn— Gknuilil Fatenl 

Mines Meal-In ouarts and half- gallon Jan. 

Preserves— nl bid nl. Jams, Jollies, Snows, do., in 
Elm onil tin. 
Our cuslomors may rely opon OTory article said by us. 

The Prices, its et-ern- reaped. Lota. 
Goods delivered free of eburge to any [.art or tbo city. 
A. L. EDWARDS * CO., 
10.3m Ks. 81 Clny street, abote Front 



MANSFIELD & WOOD, 
t Mi Hi nnd Clollilng- Wnreuouae, 

WYMAN A CO.'S SUPERFINE OLOTBINa. 

A fuO .nd complete slock of 

Cloths, Casjfmoics, Vestlnca and Tailor's Trlmmlnes, 

Gentlemen's Fine Furnislilng Gootls, 

Abo. Brooks' oo lob rated Cair, Pa ton 1- leather, Dress and 
Wator-proof Boms, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bats, 

N. B.-Partloular atlonllon paid to orders rorOBeeni 

of tbo Army nnd Nnry, and nil eho wish Iho BEST 

CLOTI1I.SO, made In tie most approved styles. 

159 and 16L Montgomery Street, 

21 6m Opposite Montgomery Block, Bin Frai 



i.:-.-;h ',-■ I 



.„„, ,}'.'. uaKct^St™ 



II..-.:- L II..-,i;lilon Vsllsli 



Of Dflecn, who Iin Bum, rn u P. I l nl il ,-^il I M " ,,'" r 'i,i iTn 

r~ =.„.,. ,i " tl ™ City Feb. 1, with tho mull B(Bilhl .„ ].,.,„„ I, .jicl ie.-jid.-i. -uJ >.,„.. ,,■ a :,-,„„.. ;nr „ ji.ir.j,|ciloi.Mi.DS.t...., BirrTooatrii SiolU. A: Dj »!., I'orthsJ, 

for bWeklon, the rapid fligbl of Lieut. CoL Ifoujoan I Ban Jo.SUureery....Lrrevmt..uee., rose.,«c....B«o JwO Or,™; .nd try all t ood dealen in HcdldoODTeryishore. W 



i. Lawyers, Pbyriclani Clereymcu, 






Lii il les-' Dress Trlminlng-i, 

KOSIBR-r, TTlSTT-J-eEt-LIaN-ElSr, 

HOOP SKIKTS, 

And ovory niticlo for Ladles' and Children's uso. 



PaclDc Frliipc M nnn factory 1 1 1 

DREES TRIMMIrias CORDS, 

OIRBLES, TAS3KLS, die. 

Constantly on band nnd mado (o order. 



:alameda county milk 

PURE MIXsK. 

ALWAYS OS HAHD. 
^t'lhoWsacu, nho t 'u''o.ra*ul i |[io r r, u "irlaor.." :r 

Fresh Ranch Butter and Egg* 

Conslandy on band, and delivered to Families •' «ny port I 
ABTAPLEfl. B. A BhSyVH. W- GOLDEN. 



FARM STOCK, &o. 



Sheep Wanted. 

AMERICAN KWF.S, of iho lio.l co.llty, w.nreil 



. ,l;,.,c nil ■ ■•-!.. I In their npplii 

CliAItLKS 1UTHU11 ■'.'..: 



f cnnbe..ipplledbycalllnei.IlhcFBri 

altlio nlJAIiH.i FOOTHA, s- J -' 
lined at ItQ to 850 V pair. 






French Merino Sheep 

DURHAM CATTLE. 
JOHN D. PATTERSON, 



French Merino Sheep and jlsta 
Thorough-bred Durham Cattle, 



Largo Flock of Sheep 


For Sale. 




sMflffifor Immediately. sTlaIICE a 
P« t--i-(l(.'ri Ol eSHLKf. lL-,1 
i\ i Iin fared at a bsreido, vis r 


SE3E 


i 


.iiii-i > 


car* old. 


«x> 



Jes!" *" [Bl" 






MOGLAUFIsIN & DAKIN, 
Piircliasing and Forwarding 

COMMISSION AGENTS, 

Pur chssi ng- and Forwardiruj 0oo4( and Kerchuidi>«, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

Tu all Pnrtics residing in Iho interior of California, 
and Oregon nnd Washington Territories. 






Wo propose purcba*tnp nnj furwardliv all IcInJi offder. 

■..-. 1:1,1- ■ ll;n.l-...e:-r I'IitiV. -ij::.l.- ... II. .' -. (.11...-. ,.i.'l i.ll 

Trccfl, PiovUluus, elc. To ll,« Min.-r . M .chin tt. 'r.-et-. er.J 
Gn^ceilcs. TnlboTn.-ler; .Ml il.e .Iu: ■:■ til Unas of Cooes, 
bo may require. 

Wo Bbnll send Iho bills A»ltb the goods, at all Hi 
ties may understand alt about them, keeping on 



Uiijwoud 1 llannon, 

Oei b'tojI r 

Ii. M. I,,, :le,., i.t.ljlu'. tVrir. 






SAMUEl! PILLSBTJRY, 

DEALER IN 

BUTTER, CHEESE, ECCS, 

Hams, Bacon, Laid, 

APPLES, rjBAMBEBBIES, 

And all oU.er binds of FIMJIT3 In Ihdr soason. 

No. 48 Washington Market, 



wirs, flint, Palwdy t Co., | sir, 11. CI. IlLudcll, 
" licncliley fc Co., | !lr. T. O m Sbaw. 



HA3 OK HAND, a lares assortment ofFine IVORY 
TABLE OUTLEIIV: nls. »;- Tabto Cutlery, 

Wilb COCOa Ti!., I!-.n I -:. ■' ■ ; " .! ".V,, f'j' '■ f\U»l<, 

ror Iho eonnlry trade. I'OCKE r 1. 1 rLhB\ -IVon,n L -, 

Uuddio i ,a -Jil,. 1 lu..;:l ■ ' l^io Knives oto i 

. . i .:-,,.-..-...- t. •■•■ v> :-::il...:ni A Sous, Alex- 
ander's and Ed«»rJ Uarnol A Sons, fih.Dleld. 



■VWOOXji! 

Poiuliiued at the Highest Market Bates, 




^TT^fFOBNlX'FABMEB. 



TAa tltcte it roueb 'liaciission nl the present lime 
.pi. Ut, —• ' "" ■*"» •" d »W"'"» » 

„.,„.. spot [lit flolllcrtic lift of nBi 

Is so total to the pence of don.e-=le- lifc=J 

otTa-^osentetuTtnv «" "*"" 



1,1 ',',-.. , T i..iii„- e:el„:i-.illi- Lelieve.l !«'"' 
revAnfl especially sueb as coincide wilh his 
,7 'if she occasion nllj nets froni caprice, anil 
lr wishes him la know Ibnl i-he docs *o, 1o "'* 
ry.f'.h'. ,-:ri-rt :r those around ber. «*■;. 
never shu pmclioc* in tt.ll .raj ■»« Ufa, does 

.,, nlll l,i,nW,W ' n-K. l h«h» H.p 

-.tl.n^uUed timing, and additional so!.cit,.<ln 



in Hi 



.10, by ci 



UncM>* opon ■» UusM In" **«*« for the, hand- 
tip^rannrdin^P^n.^d-^Lu^^., pjlfei 

cnlcnlnlcd tn dimr urcr nil Ibst it estreme in lb< 
happiness Dr niijcrr of hnmau life 

1 shall therefore planec only upon thoFC paint: 
which arc most envious In Ibocj'E ofn third party 
and in d u in B this, il "ill bo found, that many o> 
the remarks 1 Lave made "pun toe behavior oi 
BBugtani to their fathers, arc equally applicable 
In thai of wives toreards their bnsbnuds. Thar 
Is, bqvrerer, this great difference— the conncelio 
Cliiiing botWMa Dvirried people i^nlmoFt lUluria 



pinium-liTp. She iniiy thin' 



Ibe engage men 1 slic 1ms TolualonJy entered in 
mutt be to fulfill toe duties of a irifc to him n> 

lobe. 

These coiudiicratioaa lend me to a view of 1 
subject which I Iuitc often been compelled to la 

lyiili ileefli regret, b 



■rill b 



the fair 



ofb. 



kept nj 



eca tbo. 



o the relation of tniit- 
riago; eo ihoi when tier settle down upon the 
trae basis of their own characters, nod appear to 

lv ■.Ulfl'.riLIL'.- r" U'ltll. I'rl $]ui'l?\ t'l jll-lifV ill" ill" 

quity, irhcihcr the individual tan really be tbe 



1 presume ocil In e-ijutialf upon that pruces.s ac- 


nothing 


ko tatisfictibn 


notalnnled courtship, ns il is frequently named on 


lilrn. ... 


a - v j ro ™ "' L uu 


by men. 1 venture not to accuse them of injilf lite, 






Li I'lnfi.-hinj,-, in their early i men-nurse with the 


If ma 




objeel Df (heir ehuic,', Ibe very fmlLi wliii'li tliev 






aflenrardi complain of in Ihe wife, llv chief 10- 






Ucilude 15 fur my own sex, Ibal tbee should net 




„ iiKiitlt] Ihur 


onlyhefatthfnl after mnrrbiKC, but uprighl nnd 




1" UlL-it „■,.„ . 


aincen before; end ihnl ibey fct>rn to engage n 












Ttbieh Lbey are net prepared io pmcikc even mnro 






vrillmnly lonnrdij the hiutmnd. 


h.-..ih., 




1 hove knnwn cases in which n kind-henrted 




ealmkenbyunj 








privilege, if her lover bud ashed anv other person 








rruiii ll, 


t which Lslhcco 






d one of the in 


after imin-ingc, t.. Bay, "Jlr siiter, or my couiin 


l-Iji 




■ill do thai for ynu. I am (no buy now " 


'i '"' 


, Him hi- iwf.j 


Kor u iL tbe act atone, but lb t - manacr in which 







The T < 



3W III,! 



of thu'i 



il that ol 
teal and Intense enjoyment, white tbe act of kind- 
ncaa Is performed. "All I regret is, Ihnt the saini 
cipresaion of countenance Bhould not nlwnys nc- 
company the same pnrfonnnnco in the wife. All 
women of acqte lemibnity mail feel the Inn of 
rrtTFonal aliroeHoru, when linio begii 
Ibeirinothfulcunnna. l>„t „1, r u„ 



by the > 



their oirn cipericnee, that 
want of [bit ejpratsion of 
Interested kindnc'i, than 
beauty, Ibnl ulloni 



:a plenao- 
Perhnps she will tell me she 

lo otherwise. To which, I at 
imiablo and i 

ler iHibniiur 



tsinihisinnnn. 
id iiDgcncrons 
ttt, If K bo u 



ictico lownrdfl those whose hops 
ip withers. Tun fulling otT nflc 
I rcgnrd na so modi lo he deulor. 



ForlhoCallforalaFiiiiDer. 
Hnvc Ch,irit>- 

OnaniTy, my friends, charity I Dclicve me, that 
no difficulty will ever be smoothed (limy with 
harsh words. Harshness only begets harshness 
agnin, an lovo begets love. Our pnlb through this 
world is rugged and rough. lVc must needs hear 
much Dint grates with strange discord upon o«r 
henrU »nd brains; but n little pntience, a little 
forbearance. It is not the sunrp-polntod word 
that most Wins upon tbe human heart. Would 
you right nughl tlinl is wrong, chase B scowl from 
the clnudcd brow, or win n. flmilo from tbo nour 
Up 7 iryelibrity; yon will find il the surest and 
safest weapon of truth. It never descends in bitter 
drops to poison n brother's sod], wounds no ono, 
nnd where il will not win il ennnot harm. 

There nrc, indeed, trials thnt sorely test thu 
heart ■ limes when gentleness and forbearance ore 



islblo. 



the eye will 
need not ( 



il Hi- .j' 



TVoi 



keep i 



irt will givo 

such trinls nnd provocations wo 
Undoubtedly Uicv will meet ns 
at; nnd ho sure, If wo go about 
ind Haws, we will find enough of 
; in a perpetual broil ail our lives. 




11 them, that tbe change 

the-fceKogi/oro friend, 
icnuouce uf uur misfor- 

lornnklc Inn husband's 
uuld only hnve deemed 



will, a ricn 



i that 



tbe metal put guts tjut e. very ut,k .,-, 

"■« l-n-vl,,!,.- ,1 real cbnraeter. The pe.r-.k-, 

n iU0 llymce,in,hehey- J :,y u ,i„„, I , miK , ll 1 ,...,. 

-.'iv.l„|, ,| l( , v ,,„ 1( in ll,e .„ lf l. m d,-<i SDtts Si.„ „, ; 

"'e. Hi- irniuiunl enitaii-ors'lo jilensenrnrewnrd J 

»y«'«ia,lwilll nBnla „tob L -,,l, ,,.|. T |,„ 1V „. 

;';" l '; ,,i ^;'i-jina t itua,i„ n „.„„■,« ■ 
;'?""; ":"'""■-' i ibi-de^of 

nsif.be iru. i,„ ,,.>,,, . 1 "" UI|| - V her superior. 

..ingiofauit. i-.ri,., r . ",.'";:,; ';:::' s, ^ i ! <m ' 

lake, spenks of her own defect. , 



grace, nnil WWi , 

irti-li.-lul. lint 1, 

ami we ore by „„ mean, ^rcdThal' 

belter piffled il flionlil bo so. 

4 for Instance, .ho ieall r ^hes him to huo„ 
that bu iMiipi-ri- nBtorally bad, . ■ 
riaMy Mlr , Ildi nndhhmd, and [0 i 



Hi I ile 



•o olteulively wlien he ra.i, „ n j _. k 
qantioiM cnleulated to draw him ", 



rthy of 

us ; or should such offencts be thrown in our way, 
let us pass them by silently ; for pointing out their 
faults to tbe world will not mend them, but it iril! 
beget in Us an ilium] bible, ilneliiiriliil.lv di:']nt.''ili(.ll, 

euro to make for us hosts of enemies; yen, our 

best Wends will weary of us, and wo will bo 

counted ns il pest upon the earth. 
But if wo, on tho contrary, resolutely turn nwny 

our eyes from tbo faults of our neighbors; if wi 
ico for their shortcomings 
■cdii fur their virtues, nni 

icily away; thou will nur lives Ire truly blessed, 
gnod aud noblo will ever crowd mound us, 
even old age will come nnd pass away n; 
:tly as a bright summer morning. 

Imjiiirtiint OS Ibe Inw.i uf ehiirily ore 10 U9 in till 



selves to send our thoughts nu I 
be read by thousands or our fel 

all personal grievances, alt bitl 
let truth und virtu 

. Tli.uig 



eraon Ladle*' A'-iotlrciii'ii ^ '■ 
underfilled, the duly and 1 



ilygui 



ind i[i:,]iii 
le with " 



atiir, lliird, 5leel pen," ire will sol'U-n ill .-harp point 
in tbe gentle dews of charity ; for if wo do not, wo 
may ere luug regret that we ever learned its use; 
for we must remember that we are giving our 
Ibooghislu on uncharitable world. Wonrcplucing 

inglocinlt their.:- clvc; by degnnling others. IIow- 

creful that no hnrsh, rude, or unkind word 

I would write more, but I flee that the sun is now 
setting, ond other things require my attention; so, 
for the present, I must lay aside my pen. Though 

some of tbo writers in tho Ladies' Department, I 

tunily. BtcTUi Day. 

Oakusd, Febaonry 20. 



Health of Daughters. 

SIotuehb, snyi Mra.Sitjoiirnoy, is there anything 
■ can do to acquire for our daughters, n good 
nstilulion? Is there truth in the sentiment 

ipfl ns our grandmothers? Have our daughters 
much sLiniiou, H.J much opilmle, ns we our- 
i-f.j po-ieij V These qne-jliotis .ire nut inlere-l- 
; lo us simply as Individuals. The, uileit the 
Ifare of tbe community, for the abililv nr Inn. 
ity of woman to discharge what tho 




inr hallowed ipoi, Ina pltsrunt CQthcn 
nnw at ihe Itepublle, can feci but one 

M<m nfbl E h ■lallon and lulcllccl (il 



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iil lii-jraliam Kij,. II. II. McAUe-ier, Uarry L Tbomtaa, 
■a ll.iliieiM, IL-,11- i', , luij, l..)LU,Jl.:L.,ne, K.biar.1 Sl.uilv. 
'. FtmIob, E. C. Bator, Edward J. Prlnjlo, F. P. Tracy, 

. COilNITTEe;. 

■ ri .11. |.. .1 ., Mm, .■-. i |, ii i I ..I I. 
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Fruit and Ornaiiieiiial 

TREES AND SHRUBS, 
Hoses, Vines, and Exolic Plants. 

PARSONS & CO., 
Flushing, aeax H ew York 

eHJ NVITI '' ,in,1||lil " 1 L " llis-'ir tine®ffl 
■-"' '■ ' '"f-rO 

rica nnd by ImportaUona 

Their KXOTIC DEPARTMENT, occupyjne n 

iii; 1 m"',. ::;;l: ;;; ■;:■;■,; n.^.-.f.!v;MVi"i- , .:'n.!;f»"l 

i! contains a largo assort- 

-. llr^. unit Ll,,. |.'H[ .j.ii,.]., r ,[ ru .,,, 

,■■-,'■" ■'■.'.. 't.;: 1 , 1 :.'." ' 
■I ■ •."v'^;':^ ';;:.;■::.; ;i; N :! ',^' ■- i,i ''« -aeker U] , ivaj 

'■■'■ ;' ' ■■[■'" .••['• i.'R[v.iirMttn-.i. r - 

■'.l.'l'^l. ")'Tl,.".'V: : ;'X'-' ^ ''''.'.j'r" ' """:'■ "" Jri ,!; l-i- : . 

'';;■ "[■■' .i ■-T.iKiiAiVti'i.Li , ' r Dl7iiVK%Fi l i?i uJ p!i.!l',° 

,,) v.'i'M '"■ ''' 1, '" l: ". ■' i| - | .im''-. i.. .,,'.■!:.'. 
%'_?;y. ,'!n,' t ,ESr'.? A u liu, NTA1, DEP ' iR T- 

Larcti, AMk, Jffi^lM, Bach, Ltidc", 

'ii'.'luki! '.'.','.' ' ''',' 
o Jilaccd th™ g pjQ ; d 



PIANOS, MELODEONS, 

Alexandre Organs, and Music! 

Prices Gre atly Bednced ! 
HORACE WATERS, 

re— a33 OroadKny, Wow lorH, 

^riKMT FOU Till-, v'.U-: m ■!:.■ |..-.: 



mfoctnrer., of rttrv eaW.iy "f tiflf-fmm tbo.c la 

,.M.i ni..:«.- .-'■ '"' »-' -11 " ""'■'■ '■' ".'■"";' ,ll - r " ir 

ii.tM, li.rfli'O'. Ni. Ii-...-- In N,-- <- r ' J <,." e:>ii e.:.-i.i •■■■.'. I;- 



.. r .;.'.i I- 1 .11 ■ .';■:, -I,', i .■.',. /;-.0-i. -i.i ■>'.'". i. "■■ !■'■ f.i 

dbcoual. Bicb lmlrnTn<-n< .inrmmed lu Biro perft« lotti- 



Alexaiidre Orunim, five ,lupi, SITOj debt .Iop>. BISJ-, 

H-|,| ,1 , iilljl |. .■..■. I -IMN. f .'.'-, . I.vll. -.[.,!■,, H-:':. I-.V.T... 

l.:...i.-,.lnrj.:i. ?:■-". I... If; -I.. i-lf!t |:-i.:ui-Lo, *M0| (ilieco 
IZ-' !■■ '"'■' ''I' 1 I' 1.1 NO A at sifM t»rH"au, comlsnOy In 



f..r, 1 .; ■ 1 1 1 v 1:. Hi. :r ,.-.■- 1 ,,■:■. lily .,,1 .|,m .1 : L ■ r y ."" — I IVi. i ... 
'■II 'iv'.i..',-.'i:".i- [i!.'!.r Sir: llarln- nied one of ronr 
lnflrutDfnL— [A. Oner. Prfnc^'r.1 [.:, ■ !:lyi, H: ■:,:■ '?', ,,''■ I ■'.' 

ffldaryi and 1 Iftliuii ivlM :.e.:.^.l jny llt.inli- f.tr' ll:.. Very 
liberal tarmi on eflneli y.,i i,u;,vl:-nl i^. m : j fur ihr-yorj bua- 
ornbk' mnaner In i.m'.Ii y.n II „■■ lull: II, ;!. ft!, 1 rn.n- rj.in nil 



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■." — [Tiiuifja, ,V. I.nlletin. C n m ii te] IOD. Ccarelr. 

■■W,;„r,. .erj-n,,,-.!, i-Llk^iii, yci („r b a .lt. = .vr,l ej neb o 

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[ri"r.'[J-L'iii|,|iil'.-|,t.] 



'"■'(Ju'r 1 *!."".!. ..v,ll l.,,i '.',\."y, 



The Anniversary and Sunday-Sohool 
SI iisi c Book. 

C i'l6tMi:E°VA-i'," (';-.'" ...',.'. l /.','''!il'l , M r ! ) , l> j'r^i(iS 
■;r.-«)i,j I., .111, ■ ■■K.n.I u-,,,,1, ,-,-,„ „.-.-,. r l.,„. ^ (Juodfcr 
tbeSa^brJ^icbrwI.-^n,.^",, F,,l, rl 111 i 1 „i'„ n Jjcd L.od,- 

':!,' li..ii.'irii...U?|,,™"^| 11 ™Sl r S|i l 'L* 1 ' 



n llauic T guartelto ; E5c 



■-,■.,,..,„: 



Thttjiopi 
For Hedges, thi-vw^iA^. 

■'I H I. HI a:. A ,;■„,"" ,:l 



•11 ntlentlon lo tbo 

l-.y'lli".- L , h'i'.j''/. '','|' N : ,! '.,"'''"'"" "" "■''"'iii'liti-, u',i?, 
,'■ ■< Tf,:.l, I'.iijla,., I,,, , , _ „ , 

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1 IlMl i , , RoV™Si»l". ,, a6 TTnr J ''*nd r i'j,''.!..- 1, ,' 1 L t.!y 

a" w","^;..!';'"."',:"!;,, ■■;,"'„' "; ';Tv '"')'" 

' i j 'b L "uld 3 * h" u " "" ""'^ 

I oil "' W °'V"^" l '' : -'''.' '"'"^ ^'■'■'■■■■-"""'ra'T^io 
;■,- l l | t,..-,.ii",i. .]„.(|,u! h.tt-.li.i IIOtt\ci:ivV|-LKtf..i i -,." I , |; 

1,1 [."(.;. '"- IH--l' . .1. IV .-:„,.. r, I „','„.' M-.ViVlv |, , ," v ".,ie,:. l ; , r, ,l r ' 
P»aa.oiidMUi«lce.c. |., m ,"., 11 ,|M„!,,!„„,-, l!,,,, „, ... ,., 

h™ Uii ro - ,,,1 iiuii.M-i; w,iri:n?;,i;., ;; . 



MKtV 11LS1C._|. ,.,-„■„, !llnl r„l k , „ 11Q 
L> in* el J Flt-t-olon.ini. |.rico Mc ; pli 

|.l|. V'/lo'Ii".'," I'-'hii ""''"■ ' '"' '? ' U ''""' '""' ''''"■' i: "'- 
edbyllol!: 



"I" I li.r X'l Uri-i I., in- )l. -I,, J. ■,!,. Till- 1.,.,'l 

wriar. nook, Km i mi „ „ Mt 

lrl,;eScei,!,,.l„..|,.; f:, I- !,i l0 ,|,,-J 



poatorje, fl cuau. [B 10 



COAL YARjD- 

C. H. EASTMAN, 

Ifliaicxaio and Retail Goal Dealer, 

Cornor of Bnlloiy and Orogon Streets, 



Hags. Wanted. 

'I'lii: [iiiim:-r 1'i.rui: imh i;.- e.isn f,„ p n .,„ 

i^ii, ,'; : l' ", V'm""' "'" l '""''"' i ' ii|,, - ,t - K " '-' 

1" 'iii't 111 I In. I r 11 ,,;., mitt .-ell 1 Hutu l,i i' ",.,:' '^'/ 

Sm^P^V^Vhwl noi'l"" ' C " D *"" '"^"i "i'h " l " 
n -"' 3m TATMK4P0ST 



THE CALMOBNIA FARMER. 



39 



" Sad! 7 armvered: "Tile Scriplnre speaks here of 

!,,,. , Tmt |, ,., i;,»ii. iiml in i.iln.-r |.lu.-i't lit in c.ilkd 



"All," siiil 
him: and tli 


llln. 

bo 


■ f;i.TL).l!ir«- 

,!' Kmimii.i 


nppca 
speak 
ber. 


-i ,:1.-_T, l". 

to a fnllei 
ng ininiiiM- 


ble liit ot ri 


s FAsaiosa.— Tb 

ku!oo.= ttamaos 

be shelf: 


TZ 



Win! ts,o.o nilb .v.. -mil i-'i-.j refUM Vo 

FnaLconuHrfeeriojiDl 
An. I ..ii.-n l,i- .ir.l.nl ;:,ir<. leturiiine; 

TIil- ,Ir_v ;;,, 'I.' Ii.-^vl L.i .loop-dratm tight, 



Eiiii.r— "Shall vim urwa much to-nijjlit, d. 
Liliuo— "So, as liilk- ns possible; t am goi 
a ball." Oh I 



L FARMER. 
PROSPECTUS FOR VOLUME ELEVEN. 

Ne» Volame, oanbrriailhoElctcnlb.ai.ilhebllhc.-t 
attained by any Kcckly Jooraal on Ihu PacIBo Gout, and 

»hll« Be do ec-l . -li r. -.;:,;,■. ^1,. =.:■ r- ■-! ■-■,_■: til,- (:■ -I,:,; i.fWin;- 

.-..■■v'f.'.'ir'.- -^Vr.ri 1 ..' 1 .' ;,V-!lSi-'.'in!. : t>M J n1«n™rbli° 
!■-:', llV. |.-jl-.IL: lb in , ■„ -,.--„-■,,,., ,„.■ v.ljirlj :'. !,.!.■ I lio 
















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«hhtrjr»?LkJto n ri^fi ,i 3f. 


oryformlifevo,, 


", 'uh^.iV^"^;^"'^™. 


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HOLCOMBE BE OTHERS, 



She- 

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M 
H g g 
SO o g 

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s-s „ 

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BOO 




TS, SHOES, AND GAITERS. 

Hi this ettabluhmcnt are superior lo any offered io this country, as regards their beanty.shBpo, 
,1 :j.„ .. Mm ■■-. ThP-Mc^li M.Ji|.ri.-«, Goal.' 1 , L-iJien'. .Vivrs", Y.mllis\ rioyt'. and CliU.lr.-r..' ,.,„r. 
L 3 (i.-i, •!.,.,«( -i -• •■- I <■•<.■■•: ■ ■ •-' - «■--«. It- a, -b- '."1 '■ J" It. I'.rU It- 



HOLCOMEB BKOTHEK8. 



FOBBHAM, JE]STN"I3S"G-S & CO., 




'Hi. 




Families', note), Ship, Farm em' and Ranchers' Stores, 

Put up lo Order, and at lite Lowest Rale*. 
3-Qoodidollvorod«.nra»l. I9-J0I PORBHAiT, JENNINGS 4 CO. 



Cannon's Seedling Pie-plant. 



Ill IS PPLESHIll VE6LT- 

AI.|,L i.. ,v..t ,.[r orc .l i ■■ 

■ ■ - - -Haa by Ihi 




Pbioe— Lirco Roots S3 iloelo 
to lor t-o; small and ml Finals 812 far down, 
JAMES BAILEY k NATHAN COOK, 



JONAS G. OLARK & CO., 

IMPORTERS , £ '~ J 

MANUFACTURERS ^BtB 

FTJENITTJEE, 

138 Washington street, 



j3l .3?OLKBj^ 




, hiro.ulTore.lBHb 

rn.'ijj ;,-..ii irilb n,y f.. uiily ■ I ■ 1 7 1 dj .. ; i!j..- l'-f 111 . f n:) ii.i'unl 
■T >-.i[ LLiil':Jl^riri.: I.-.1T..U.-.:..- 'LI: I ■ if]| .|i. vlii.il 111, 

.m'VI 0, ■ i.r ■■■ ■ ••■■-•• '■ — ■•- ■-■■■(( 

■ br.-iijb ill mv :.■.!■ i.- 1. .^ f.,ilu!in 1 i-.iliI.I 11I.. 1 r','0 juu 
a foir raaioos fur J tut ccolionod Mlrutiaea, ana induce- 
tniiDleta nmt pnlroni Hkonlio. 

IJClBll 



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HIST at thoroiuli 



.Ktiinwlll 



11 lho:< 









Etaty i1a«lo inbicrlher, nllh S3, (ball I.,- uiidiu- 1 
i-.-l- vc .L-,11 .li.Ti ',!,:... in ! , ,l. : ., 1 iy,.Mr-iiii, .-.,., 
■ 1 ,1 rl. ..j.-.e, J. if [■i-.i:iLjc... 11 llh_- Lli iilhT nil. ^ril.-.r I', r 

ClW'.F'inrir.'gteorlUn nod SIB, nill ns.lvn II 

;,. .:;!., I ,.,'.. ~ r I ,. I. ,-, ; „]■•:, !ir„rr,i ; FniiU and ft copy 
lira 1-nile I'ilL-riia, f„rooo jDir. 

Foruioml.,,,!!...-,.. unj :,;. -,,:-. ill , ,-^l ft .■ L . .-=.-r.i.-» 
',;■ I ■'.'■'ir.11, tli L > Alli.Hic M-.r,:lilj' ao-1 Arlhur'l lion 

1 w I-, rabarrltwn ood «M, »o will lira bin ooplo. of 

■ 'J,'! ■■ I- ■..!!.. I.,. II.. I'H.i,.,,. ,,l ,,,..,,,, 

■^^■i'lI'uiV'."^;"^" 11 ' '"" rrl50d ' miir k,n,li ' f *™ r 
uVjfmi , of*?i.;';U ,, .'J..i'^ .';.. '^' Li '■'''' : " f ' i "," '■'■ ,; '"': 

onrPAOHM. T "VABREN'r 



FINEST FTJBNITTJKE, 

and Boald larila llio ■EltnUni of iho rublio to 

OUR rUESENT STOOK, 

The Largest ccer offered on tlie Pacific Coast 



WM. H.- MOORE, 

1 Francisco Brass and Bell Foundery, 

■ - — HALLECK STREET 




Gauge Cocks, Cylinder Cocks, Oil Globeu, 
Steam Whistle., Hydranlio Pipea and Nozzles 

POlt MISutg PURPOSES. 

»g- couruK'' J'irsift „r n ii ,[ ]0 ,. vio-93 



Pi: iv II PITS — Piftr bairols 1 
(uiiorior rioalliT, <->< "It V; 

!:,;!>■ I nr MiifL'i ' '.ill '(I'llIO .! 1-. 

Poiiala at (ho Ofljco of tha E 



inch PITS, ill voir 
barrel, or baihol. 

li, 130 Wtubli 



1 picked 1.1 . lha 

cla-jIhav'otboVc.narlobolf.air" 

i.l-.i in (1,0 AllriT.tir. M..^., a ,-„l 
■iotnj Tor Urn lott BiKhtoon year.. 

IB 



ovine Ihat life 1> 11.00I to all, aod lhat the 
, kaorr nhoro Ihey cau «l thulr ir. .;.!]. li' r. 
>blj&Ii«11iban>Bn«r fill ib-i=. 

Oy olbtr^DroBBUU, iyiilm™o oMIIo^ialo, 

I Inland my itoro BbBll bo ONE or the litJt, If no 
REST plico In Cilifornia lo obtain oiorithlne, 
ODD and STRANGE In the Drajr lino, nnft ospuol 
■ It the meat o.tenilTo ilciut ft 

I Medicine, Dru„- i,i, I i"Ij i- ' 

r.'ofvilanljlaao'lrellaujo I'ali 
ilone. Wo have a larco and 

W»I0h0UJOtob..|.llli..li,ii:i.| 



,ind ., 



for o.orr vsloj.1.1 
'''"nllclncito.e™ 






IVc K.i j, Open nil NIglill 

And charso no mora fjr medicine) thin In lh< 



aafteriro trill do o 

ONLY. Tha amounU no 

ir.".i.-iiH.:r,.li...|i-!ril-o!' 
tboruloro.lDthBdcKTroaH 



1 a.isn basis 

otoroio byoiodil- 
leoarpitrODJ, la 



Ssfia"*""' 



call aad'Wli'wiLL 



.11,-i. .1.1 ,:•...!. WolhlDkiroknow 
and how to loll thorn lo tatbfy tho 

[J. L. FOLIIEnlDH 



GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE 



BK. F- G. JOHNSON'S 




PATEHT SELF-EEQULATING 

"WINDMILL 



MANUFACTURED BT 


E3 BAN FRAXCISCO. 


D. VAN PEL . 


Opinion) of tho Nov York Prou. 


MILL IS NOW WITHIN THE REAC1T OP 
(.-, and bclnit conilmocd all of iron, la iRhoot 


Wo prefer than, ror/«Uj. «-rrilw. 
Thirj ore ike ft.orlta far/iHUi™.— Tf.™ 



npui 

,1,.l.i,i lb'.;' [ii;;;"i \-irtL-J 7,o J dVrabToi as liiifiTlhomost 



Tho nbovo pil«9 ioclado aicrjlhloyi ready lo orret. 

DEPOT OF MANUFACTURE, 
N09. 90 and 02 Rtisli Slvcct, 



SAN 1 



1.-CH. 



ion nny jroater powor la roq aired, tho price* nl 
nrt. r.ifi aiiliu r.-.n-jr i-ir,. i,-.i oi 1 Ik- t iir,. ■ ,j :,-i-lil 
bcln E lucre ajed to 'itj hi.rM-j: ..vur .-..- ni-ro i un-l npi 

aj r maaatj'co t ido' ! n.™ a r Sloam'En°LiTorwR r h no ri*k°crei- 

WIiti'mlll). «houM L nU'faii Vu^iaraino'Tufs 'SViLl' 
,0,-1, ri.i-uinati,-,n fill rin-ij 1 1 1 ,_■ r . » ..( ii.. n,|jj',luii..r,. ,in- 

anilkoo"horWin'la,'iil..''| r |'], ; .'.i7. J ' i-V-l'.'l till' re(tniaUoi!i 
tboy have stationary Fiinj and small 

n their odgo" to Iho 1 
h?r.n'™dgo*( 



__-pleasoealIotlbo DEPOT. N„= 'Jrl nn.l nj 1II'.-1I 
STREET, 5anFionciKo; "here Iho Sianufactoror wil" 

- ' .liii;oiein<t|.jKiti ! ;a[i.loij.l.iiLii!i i : il...- r„.,.:l, mi;., 

pie opcB *hlch reliant lAl'l fur llieir lur^ri-jr'ilj 

.... ill other Mill) knonn, or of ivhicb wo have knonf- 

iV" D. VAN PELT. 



PAINTS, OILS, WINDO WGLASS, 

cttbo., <cfco., eJ&c 
OLIVER & BUCKLEY, 

HAVE HOW LAUDING AND 1H STORE, AHD FOll 



III. ,.. I cj.11.-ji-. Si,|,i!,, Toriii-nllni., 

Jwo £101 WtwIoiT tllau (u<orud lien), 

(1 7I-.I |,.iii:J., fill:,! i...,„n.-j iimllUe.). 
.■n-,-i]:.-r -.1 ii]i i, l',rcc stock of all onlclca In oar 
o'nj-e rccolvln.ij rejulnrly l"r,.rn ihi- I,.-. r Mjhi U ic C[ i 



1» Xcrtet -to enxXX, 
At 86 and SS Washington Hlreet, 

And ST and BS Oregon stroet L'-3™ 




Df p0T s^ 



L. HASIiELL, 



:■ '■■'-Mill .' r 111. ,'"i i: .",'!':i,,'puririillto. ' 



PEODTJOE. 






WHEE1BS. Bb WILSON 
BIAMUFACnUlIHG COMPANY'S 

SEWING MACHINES. 

:t-i:J Broadway, ISciv York. 
Agenda Virouglioat the United Stata. 

lilghell Pmrolnm again anardod i>r tho American 

Institute, nt tho Crystal Palace. Sov. 6, 16ST. 

Also, highest Premium avrardoJ at <ha Illinois Sulo 

ar, an * r Mo " no s "| al ' pj),.* monli nn 

SEE THE FIRST PREMIUM 
SEWING- MACHINES. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING MA- 
■; NINES i-.li Hi,-, IIIWT I'llKMlUM at tho Mo- 
chanW Fair. Sept. 1359. 

WhdPlpr & VVEUon'B Sowing Muohinc* 

Worn .n I.-,. Ill 1 11 On del] ll,n HKlllE.ir IIItEJirUM at 

tbe Staio Fair, Marjjrilk, Ao« \r-S 



Wiicelor S^ Wilson' b Sewiiifj Mnohinea 
Aro eij.pl>, not liable to tot out of order, n 

,ti :h nliko on bolb ,-i,k-. of Iho fabric BBHed, lul 



; for fumll-y aic— Ade. ai&Jaar. 
luiatnannjlhlnfl moro perfect.— Ewnf. 



Ailniimbly nrfsjiteil for fnmlly ni 

In ,11.. \, ..-:,.! , Oil In pvcry CaraDy. — 
We praise It nub oolhnjlajun. — 
Wonhy of ihe hlsbot auranl — 



— Jrs. Agriielwria. 



AreptcnmiIocaUysupe.lor^-£ao7u t'i 
Ono of oar household gadf,- V. S. Javr 
Uflrivnlcd tn OYery quality. — Daj Book. 
Pretty, nscTol, magical.— Ltiltfi Qai/uz, 



JOSEPH GENELLA! 

■pQ PIONEER CROCKERY STORE, 
%* 180 and 182 Montgomery street. 
Near Jackson street. SAN FRANCISCO. 



NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOOK OF 
GOODS, 

Invites his Old Friend) and Cnjtomora to call and 
examine. 

The Goods have been Bonght at Low Prices. 



TCE GOODS ARE OFFERED AT LOWER P1UCEM 
.Than over offered before. 

LooK Ing Glasses t 

Loud ins Glasses t 

A largo lot of Gilded iad OrnamonUt 

Pier, Mantle, and Oval, Looking Glasses, 



LAWEENCE & HOTJSEWQETH, 

if^^^OPTICIANS 

177 Clay street, 

Optical, Mathematical, and PMIosopMcal 
INSTRUMENTS, 

Tho wsnts of tho F1VF. |,:„ll,:ul.,rl; „u.-r„|.<l lo. ■"■' TlJ,' linf.t 
fil.AiJSL.l, I'EBHLKi. m,.| lo,r.ri..-.-l l.-n-roiile OUssca 

. I'-;.- 'l ..I .."..,.",," | ll..lV -iil.I I--.- H. H lH I'll I'lj^U 

ll.l-v li, l.l'.i I : ',| -r v.i:, 11 |,J.l,i..: .111,11 |, 1 11,1, or l,r ...n.lii,; • 
_.| . . ,,, .,, ,[.. ir , I I .|-:-.-i. .-I. ■ 11, 1, |, -■■■!. ,., ,.- i r- .-.irv lri.nl 

A/mlflt Opatl, Magic Lantern*, 

Mag*,!,, Simiaae hua. 

MAtitarilHQ GLASSES for Eiamining 0RAHT2. 



LAWRENCE i HOnsBWOItTO, 



MAIN & ™ lli Z n n.„!( ER ' 

f Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Si 

SADDl-E WA'RE, AC, 



ri. |i — U-i :l,l„.! |.r.„.i|.1lj ..' 



40 



T 



itE CALIFOBSI A FA BMEB. 



H.iiipml; -' 



dcni mo AHontlo Sldo. 

Kiir To.*, Fcsruor, ., 

-s Ilh-uvrolu, nil thi; world, 

ig sloir- 

on Cenlml 

perfect rush, crinoline 

nd'rjl "ifMfT «u Ktw York T ™ a DUl l0 "° "' 

Some W -Vol "Wraj don-n-cn.t," lo witness Ihe 
sport. One joung tody from -""""'. "" ^ ^'-'« 
skater, weighine, as 



including Gol1ir.ni, b 
It, eiccpl when II 
Pnrk i when il 



bhi think afirtfghlng Ibit ranch avoirdnpi 
[hoi would be decidedly "ngin Ynultce noiur. 
any rate, thoy bad a very glorious lime, nn 
hare nnotlior staling parly on Iho Pnrk In 
the Fourth of— July, if-ihere Is ice enough. If 
not, the; will he obliged lo row oTer the sparkling 
Waters in Ihcir gay and Hannling boats. 

Tbe weather has been unmnolly pleasant fnr t 
last two weeks, with n. lew atomy days thrown i 
by way of change. Last night we had o qm 
kind of storm, too ranch like rain lo bo sleet, a. 
loo much like slccl to be rain. Dm this moraii 
the earth, and ererything upon il in this vicinity, 
was covered wilb glare ice, which made thi 
ingquilomMlA "mlfrtlg." 

Of the Torions Stales now io session, afford just 
enough news for our city editors to get out pretty 
spicy morning sheets, by weaving in home items 
about matters nnd things in genornl, and Bandy 
Hook in particular. II is probable that the Pre 
dent will be obliged lo both it to the Unit 
Slates, and then sell it to (few 1'ork for a qunra 
line station; the 10U benefit of New York, N". 
Jersey, and the rest of mankind. 

The usual quiet of tbe winter trade is now fe 
generally, Ibrongh the country; for trade roqnir 
n holiday now and then, Just to brush up, 



reryyei 



eathe 



,undb 






id, tariff or no tariff. If il needs rail* 
il will make Ihem ; will hew down the moun 
and Gil up tbe valleys. While Uncle Sara, good 
old soul, with his capacious packets Idled with 
railroad bills, comes toddling after with i 
and good wishes Tor all. 

The Pacific Railroad bill bus passed the Senate 
ffn a born], while la the House they nre unable to 
cipher ont the actual cost of building it so as to 
rua through the farms of all the members, and 
hare a magnificent dcplll built hy .their doors, with 
BEOod stono flagging thrown in to match; and 
though they cnll their oW old Uaeti poor, if any 
one will promise Ihc abote, you may depend that 
they will foce Ibe music. 

Com. Vnnderhili advertises the Northern Light to 
Ball fur Aspinwall, on the 10th of March, lo con- 
nect with thb Uncle Sam at Panama, ir this takes 
place, and tbe Hermann comes down, so that the 

Kirar.ii.-u ' line should lie put In successful opiT.i- 



[The following Idler was received last week, 
rowded out.] 

cry stormy 



snow has fallen Ibis 1 

now occared last night n 
nplelely demolished the la. 
I. One man was killed u 

i avalanche of snow, nnd h 



tbcm have hcen found. Their dog re 
It day. They were, overtaken in a set 
no, ond were perhaps only n few u 



gnny would send up their wall of 



uicir l..v L ,l oniy coinc not." What is the 
»U this weeping and lamentation? Tis 
of gold. Thi, ual|l , ci lnefl |0 



ranny voices 






1 Tin- [|„j lijsjory of L 



Is Btuiu Coo*ry, the white ml nerl h . ve , , 
''^n'n.b.ixorinptoc.pi.l lb .;( '!,!„,.„. . ,", " ' ' 
ti.jn.lr—l l,,ve been driven from tbe ml,,,- ' V 

Will hi, .h„ <;, _ ..- . '.'" '' '""''""■" '1 ln..llv 



•uch«« " etL '" e ' 1 - lh ° Lc ^lnluro vrUl „„. lol 
cctsil I "' ^ ^ZCicto rhlTrlwn'hnnd.'.''' 

« aim*.. 1, Wcb^ ""* " '° *■< " 
U day. I buor'uil in m?*' '"'"IS w ° jio ,bo "Ip 
b«l lima, Ud, Wp, . u tj?! .s" '' "* M "■" " 
nrato, Thbiswortlr r •"I*™ half ut II 

■the Colir.niL. 1 W, (n i,L , K? 1 L''.! 1 U 'he first tin 



Great Voloanlo Eruption on Hnwaii. H. t 
Til* bark Melitia, arrive! last evening from 
■ he Sandwich Islands, bringing dales to Iho lath 
Feb., from Honolulu, from which wc lenrn thul t 
\Tmmt tea has again burst (orth on lis west flit 
.,i,„„i ,,.„ ||,„„.,inilfeet nbove the level of the si 
A new crater has been farmed, and thojets of In 
thrown up to the bight of more thou n thousa 
feel; falling, Ihey formed a vast river of Fn 
which Bowed down the fides uf the mountain, in 
reached the ocean, destroying the village of Wui- 
nnnnlli, nt a distance of forty miles from tbo crater. 
As tbe burning moss rushed into tbe ocean the 
scene is described as grand nnd beautiful; cloud) 
or dense sicnm rL'ing rapidly and gracefully abovt 
Hi., battle of il.eelcmenu. II is estlmnlod, bj-thi 
correspondent of the Alia, that nearly eno thou- 
sand square miles of the surface of Hawaii have 
already been covered, nnd the stream wns still 
flowing. This eruption far tweeds that ot 18M 
which burst out on the other side of the mountain 
nnd -truck the ocean but little distance from Hilo 
I In, :, inn in l i" 'It- ''. r.-v lliui d.-liijlilful port nnd ill 

Ua is over thirteen thousand feet in bight, nnd 
large In prnportion, the grandeur of this great 
lovn distributor may bo conceived. We wish wi 
had more space to give lo this interesting subject 



Death up Twts BsoTnuna Joseph H. and Lewis 

F. Richards, twin sons uf Mrs. Emily P. Lesdcrnier, 
the well known render of poelry and authoress, 

rliirl iv...iilh-, in Nviv V.irh, bulb f.l .T.ii:-inii[ili'.ii. 
within two dais of each other. They were nt- 
lochcd with tli» iiiHiflii.il!; di;i:i?e at nearly the 

Sl.it,' ..IT,-!. .'I,.|" If m ft,.!-',, I, lii-M. d II. SUV 

l\.rlt, purniiiit- the ;.im., bi.-ii,.>.. They bore their 

ivi-arint: .j.l.H." IV i lb JMlinPI,-,, iirnl 1|,'.,'UIl-. 

,111,1 tliL. I.r.;.ilb>-,1 Ibiir l.v-i in Impjiind rcsignu- 
tirjii, In" vli.it , i t -Kl.-.iilli nir. Tlu-V wi.T.; u-.il.in-, I 
over with moihctlv Il.tLth,-- , ml uittnin™, ami 
lli.-ir p.ilbnav l„ tbe irr.ive n ,i:- lea.lered a- lice of 
n li.ri n l: and sorruW id |ir lj9 il)]v. Tbe i.llli.liiin l.i 



it thnt 



L'iriid i, 



will, -b,. could nut Tail to be prosi 

iloiil.l.; ...irruii. We dr. nut i.itn, i-lir- 
touching or singular case. — [Atlas. 



any Inland starting 
called the Oakland. 



Wholennla Pmanoo Report 
(oofof lVuiSnrtOD lirc^'s^F^iiti'ce-l ' 



1 -,|.ii-l,.i' !■. 



loor.yuii,'— ' 

niuiic.ytb .... oa eldbtujs, . . . .v#a -a 

m.cki 2 J032 7S|'il,mp.ktiu,woo]on isassc 

G 01 " 6 *^ rw ,'u, , c -li in " |: " >1 " S 

to ..— IJc I Ran E h T jlow, V B ■'.' «14c 



Eauu SltHao 



Gan Francisco Oittls llaikeL 



llebllj. 17o iniu ■t.a s ai r m'i pricv, u ftOlo»i : 

J :,n— .!;;.■ r:-.n. ,:,-;,,■:-,: | V . Ii-'v |' I-, j-. ,,,;.!, „ r -. 
.,:.-.'.!>. II: .■<-.. .1 ,.. Jn- .;.'■;."; (; Uquility, cJ-'il-. 




i'.Tsori.N about Pniffa,, Vp Foace „ 

\\ < !.l. ill. 1 il much lo IWir adraatiiiri. i r . i r 

'•niVDE'S PATENT «™"«"H logotoBaef 

Bvlf-Atljusting Post-D rivers. 



hide i in.ir;iiiiTii.'v, 



A sure n.™ , ; ™* uuisers, 
^ ^-WSflaSSi* Fo-l..r*al,arte 
"I"' JioufWi i,. tidy f,,,V "' "«"'a».j, .ufflslaai 

'■UUJ ■■■ r,,li,r,„r tbi,ILH„.,„. „ 

a«oinn»ciiD (0 ^h|, S cV.i I0 "i'rtr i '"dions far oar, 
., ,'«««1* hi WAtSJin, . -r. 



^IWI^tl tS2 



'•"*«, Ban PtuneW 



B. F. ROUNTREE, 

111 CJiAT HTR1SET. 

BUTTER I BUTTER!! BUTTER!!! 

T HAVB IN STORE, AND FOE SALE, AT OREAT- 
J- ly teduced prices .- 

300 firkins Choice TABLE BUTTER, 
100 firkins Cooking BUTTER. 



'|~l|» "aie.i Cra,l lc d Suui.ri tj&tfM! 

ISt- GL Son Orleans Sojar. China 5uuar;iS»"« 
__ _- 5f Cotr.e.Tcci, Caudles, E'jap. Dried ArplM,e"M 
tnd nil other poods usually found la a Orocory Stura. 

The trade oCuTmirl, families, boardloB-houso koopan, 
nd rarmau, Is roipecUalty (olielled. 



Pianofortes, Melodeons, 

ja^ MESSRS. MlbtAR A. COUIITAZ, 
IFyTr >ffl M ''" '*"""*• •>< I'lAh'OFORTEa and ME- 
" U CldDIOHS. Doiod, nave atiblUhcd «. 

Agency for the Sale of their Instruments, 
MOORE'S PACIFIC FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, 



■a PlacDfunca u. SlclmUon 



',■ [Til ' l-rly IrjTtlrd E 

Thrived yj aearly- erary iklp Irom BuHdd, duito^ rhe comln 
t^" Ho ana will go nnny diuiliiued with [he Initnoneal 

' f ' CALL AND SEE THEM. 1 



SEWING MACHINES 
fint Pr emiu m, 18-59. 

hb : . 

t the Stale Fair 

enini-:" V"ir Sia FlrMcCS l' '' 
LUi'.VUl i BAKER'S. 
Wbal Machlco look First Premium at San JoM county 
i'air, |,.r l'a,ir, ^,.i.,- and EmUroidcrrl 
QROVKlt ,i D.lKEK's 
* rillrimiilj itoto thall hare the doenments 



SEED, PLANTS. &o. 



SEEDS! SEEDS!! 

Jost Eeceived by Expreea, on. tho steamer 
John I- Stepheni, 

A FULL ASSORTMENT OF BSKD3. _— 

^ s ,, l ,,,i l , J i J .,n.^,.i,,iii;.vvi ; i-.;'v.:.'::.--,.- : 

^St-"i^--'p.-lM» nVo«cr.. ...d ™raa«d ro I 
OROF OF lStSB. 

TAKE NOTICE, 

Tho unoarilcned being acatrnu. or e.tablWdli» o repa 

una Wn; a,-. ,.,.: .■! ihu liapojlUan ibat hai bacn pije" 



Foreign and Fanty Grape Boots, 

Peach and Cherry Trees, 



AQEICULTTJEAL IMPLEMENTS, 



ALFALFA SEED. 

A SUPERIOR LOT, JDST RECEIVED, 
PURE, hi the undersigned, from Valpsraiso, nnd 



STOWELL & STODDARD, 
Il 3m ST Front itreot 'op itatri]. 



.lllti, :■ 

IT KSiiuomc 



E. O. BRIOUAM, - 



and Pie 



Tbe Genuine Dry IM 1,1 

SANDWICH ISLANDS, 
JACOB SOHEIEBEIl, 

Next door to Iolamatlanal Hotel. 

■9" DRY PULU Is Iho Hcallhloil. Sofleit, Cheapest, 
and moil Durable material lur Bedding non lo mo. 



Gas FIxtureN. 

THOMAS DAY. Imuorler, Is eoailaatlr rcenlrlnEQ AS 
fiHM-i;i, [!.:.; i ■ s>.\:; i m 
and ororjlhin/r coono^toa >rith Iho Ou ' ' 
silo, irholuula anil r.-l»LI 
Alliwdi 



2J-3m 



nod njn 
1E3S1 



pot up hr eii.cticnccd nork- 
THOMAS DAY, 

San Francisco. 



SAORAMENTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CHAS. ZEITLER & CO., 

DBALKB9 IN 

American and English 



FINE CUTLERY, 

1 FARMERS' MECHANICS' 



Best Agrionltnral Implement*, 
HARVESTING TOOLS, 



WM. B . HUNT, 

UIDES, 8KISS, |^E 
WOOL akd TALLOW. 3^- 

Uleo on Second itreet, near H, 

^^ SAOBAMENTO. 



Premium Mathle Works! 

P. J- DB-raa-B Oc BKOTSEE, 

_a*caAaENTo, CAL. 
Marblo Manteli ond Orates, U^noncoti Totnl. a A 

" : ,'.;,.'v,' r '.'."..-.-/ ::::■-■. '&.'**£ 



RIPPON & HILL," 



PACIFIC MANUFACTOR 
EMPORIUM, 
aaracturorsoralllilnd.or 



f S° »na atn.ll, for owy buain eSa , 

1 VTay UEST KATBOIAL AKD BY 
TBB BEST WOHKMEM, 



SEEDS! SEEDS!! 

Fresh Ar rival M 

'2 AgricuKural and Horticultural fa, 

S SEED S TOJIE, -*- 

NO. 108 CALIFORNIA STREET. 
New Crop of 1853 : 



2U bus Miied Lanu do, 
500 lbs. Vetches. 
3000 lb,. Eirlr Kent Poos, 

50,000 inuortad Frail Trees. 
DUTCH BULBOUS ROOTS. 
Double njulnthj, I Raonncnlns, 



■lir,..- and IT-.,;,, ,t Knlres, ate. 

K- B— All ordor. forwarded lo J. P. SWEENY 4 CO., 
Scedimon and FloriiU, irlll meat nilh Immediate at- 



New-York Seed Yfareliouae. 

ALFALFA, 

Hew Crop ; 
HUNG AR IAN GRASS; 

Garden, Flower, Field and Tree Seeds. 

ma THE cilenjivo Variety orSEEDS na orfor.su* 

Agricultnral and Scientific Books, 

FLOWER SEEDS, and Collections of Flower Seeds, 
put op in neat packar-es, with directions for enlilTa 

Goods lecureljr pnokod, lo go to any dlslnnco. 

All orders bj- mall or otkarwlso (with* n roll ta 
will bo niteuded lo nlth cinctnou and promplimd. 
[.^'^'Jflnds of Seeds can bo fumnrdej Ihi 



Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Line 
TO PANAMA, 

VIA. S'Ji.WA.IMrA. RAILROAD 

United Statei Mail Steamship Company 

For New York and New Orleans, 

THE 0KLY 3AFE AND HELIABLB ROUTE. 



By the Fnnnmi Bnilroad Company, 



ipected iiiboln r 



il'.'l'-' ■^■'!";'v'| 1 -'!'l :.- : '■'■-.■: iii- T.-.-:"-I '. 
r^y Treiuuro tor .ill [.rami "III Ire rcceirrdnn board 11 

I,', l.:lnof I.!...";, .ifflfl" 

FOItllEy i D.IHCOCK, A,-- :il.., 



California Steam Navigation Company. 



Bed Bluffs. 

J. WBITHEV, Jil, Prealdenl. 



CAPTAIN 10UH PATV, 
— hiTlnj superior BieoioiDodatloia— or 
UcRUER & MERRILL, 




UTAOINTHr'TULTpS^ILmsl'uROCOS 
JAPOKIOAS, 

And a tnrlaty of olber Bolboni Roour. 
rntlNlHO AND UUDDIKR KNIVES, . ni „ 

nortlcalturnl ImplenienU, 

™° ,r Enro 1 'i,°r tI co ! ra l 'r H '""" "" BMu> Md 

Keld, Qarflon, Pl 0ffer , ft^j ° nd Treo 
SBEUB, tL C- 

7S!ct?b7 ' ani *° d ° n W<">°* oy man or ex 
'»^3,, lio'w^^^^^^-W.^OOIl^ 

r.»l n t'^'i'*.' "j"*""" m,0 ° I" Uo Trade. Dran, l" 

-io in ion to suit pnrohOMrs, by 

8. W. MOORE, 

„ Seed WaraUouae, 



OAIiIFOTI -KT-T A 

General Intelligence and Emigration Office, 

Ho. 333 Greenwich Rrset, corner of Dnnno, 
NEW TrTOH^. 

rpHEaUBSeRIIIEHL.pr c pmrdlotlvolnforni.UonlolhMe 

f*^llei Wuiheiprn-... ,„l. : ln \,. otnljH i.v «;.'■■"' \-..\u"u 
i. ■'.'■:. (■ '■■ ■,i ; ,'. > Ji! 8 nomojuil what <ruuli) bonacjirj 

^| J «i™erail?ta| Tl, ''', l1,,|, '' r i , * :J '"'■' , ''''" l "' "-''lulred. ' " 

loanuA Btrrra, 



SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM 



Washington Street, Ban Franoi-co 

",.,- , ',v;;; 1 " -,■■■■.,,:.■;.■;»:;.■,;::■.',." „■■,. 



OAilFOHNTA PAHMBH 

.o^b™..,!;;.*'.."'..^" 1 '. 



".■ Hul-r'rihl™ r.r'.l" r """'"*" 6,a *<'»«. 

ufesy by Olui™ ' * 
leetoibecnn 
Jed. Piblillteri 







VOLUME XI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1809. 



NUMBER 6. 



dealing 



Warranty of Soundness. 

Important en 
irld was decided in. tfic Court of Qiieoi 
d Is thus spoken nf in IJcll's Life : 
\ pcraon (mil bought n lior;o with n warranty of 
indness. It Lumti) mil tlim ttn> Imrsc hnbitusllj 
ed. The pHrtlin-iT 1tuiij?Ii! hi- iiclion on the 
— inty. It tbennppea - -■ 




THE CALIFOENIA FARMER. 



43 



L i s c e 1 1 a n n 



[The Mowing boantifol «™g 'beuM to " l l0 ra" 1 

nd™ng in every bon.choidr] 

Fur I bear you b! jour play, 
AbJ the qtiosUena tbnt perploicd mo 

Have vanished qoiui array. 
Ye open the Eastern windows 

That look towards the sun, 
Where Ibonehls are singing swjuenj 

Ana lh» brooks of the morning run. 
In your hearts are tbo bints find the sunshine, 

Id jour thoughts the brooklct'n flaw, 
But la mine: is Iho wind of Autumn, 

And Ibo first fall or the snow. 
Ah ! what would the world bo lo'us 

If (ho children won no more I 
We should dread tho desert behind us 

Worse law. Iho dark beforc- 
Whal Iho leaves -r Ihe fans*. 

With light and air for food. 
Kre their sweet and louder juifes 

Hare been hardened into Rood* 
That la the world are children; 

Through them it Teels lie glow 
Of a brighter and sunnier climate 

Than roaches tho trunks below. 
Ceroe t'i me, O, ye ehlldrco ; 

And whisper In roy ear 
What the birds end Ihe winds are singing 

In your sunny atmosphere. 
For what are all our eoDtrirlnES, 

And the wisdom of oar books, 
When compared with yunr caresses, 

And the gladness of toot look* 



less orient. Buckwheat Is raised on the hills nU- 

joiuiutf. liUl I,l>t l-J-tcTliivi-lj.,11111 111' Sllv UIJ 

or French portion, while p,.|.|-ii- tf-r ..ill. ,:..,:.. 

»ume con-idem I.] e eilent, 'tndi mi corn grows very 
small, ana will not ripen wdl. ■■■ lU.rH ttt.t cuniiti- 



Tltc 






(■V.l!,,T 
er. II i; 



Inrge region, to « 



In,-- .i 






front "I the hum--, Mir yuke tilihiunctl to pre- 
n[ iinii-iu,-. Nut liiLlrt'ijireiillv n jurl i-l" h.irm ■ - 
worn in addition to (hi., to us-<Ui in It. .Mine, 

ncrnl furm team of llji- repiijii. but it i. i|nito 



and at tilts: 
in drawing tl 



cforl 



SEED, PLANTS. &o. 

A L FALFA SE E D. 

A SUPERIOR LOT, JUST RECEIVED, 

PURE, by tbo undersigned, from Valparaiso, and 
For ■ale in lots lo sn II punch am n. hy 

STOWELL & STODDARD, 

N..v. I. Mam &7 Front street 'up it sire'', 



SEEDS! SEEDS!! 

I' res l« Arrivals 

e Agrlculluml ami HorticuHural « 

g SEED STORE, -**■ 
NO. 108 CALIFORNIA STREET. 
New Crop of 1868: 



European Agriculture. 
The Transactions of Ihe New York State -Agri- 
cultural Society has an article on "The Agriculture 
and Agricultural Schools; of Europe," by Prof. W. 
H. Brewer, a gentleman, says the Gcrtnnntoirn 
Tiltiropli, long known as a thorough agrieuliurUit 
itu'irtii.-'illv, a good farmer, an accurate observer 
nnd sure rcasoncr. The following cilrncl applies 
chiefly to the ngriculture of Baden, nnd is full of 

The traveler from the new world landing on (ho 
shores Of the old, is more struck with the new and 
strange look of tho landscape, than with the 

features of the country, as lo those imparted to it 
by the labor of man ; and as the great and chief 
occupation of every civilized people must be that 
of agriculture, the different systems, or I might 

landscape, frequently imparting to it its more 

Although nearly the same grains, gntsscjf, fruits, 
nnd other products ore cultivated and grown in 
Central Europe as in tbo Northern United States, 
and man calls lo liis uid the same beasts of burden, 
yet the whole features or the country are very dif- 
ferent, arising not only from the slight differences 
In climate, nnd other natural causes, bnt mostly 
from the political, social and intellectual condition 
of tbo people as «hoivn in their labors. Customs 
of previous ages have been perpetuated, making 
Ihe different countries as unlike each other as they 

only to eneb eounirv, but to it certain tiienl, to 
earn dii-irid, or even limited et.Uev. To notice 
tut:* diiii-rentea and peculhiriliu= it, detail ,-r,,, 
ofljtrjuanvor F ranee alune, would rr-iitiro've-ir. 
of observation, and then v.-oiild but poorly jep.iv 



,nd laborious. 

There i.=, however, one branch of rural labor 
luiily allied, of which we have no repre=eulu- 
ive— this is firat culture. 

As the region bos been illicitly inhabit. -J i\.r 
jres. since Ihe duyj of Ihe uueieut lloiuiiu., tin 
ore.- 1 i 11 Hill.} have lung -in...' ill- :ipp e;trerl hail nn 



fores is on the [plain, meetly of pine {pinus iyh 
Irit), bat by far (ho j^-ater purliun or tho wood 

valley on either -i.io. Th.-.. mountains are ol 
roodernte height, scblom in\-r 2i,'i.n.i feet high, ami 
their tops nnd sides arc clothed with forests, tsuint 
ol" (lu-.-f heloTif 1.. [, rival..- individual;, butthemost 

Lei g 1,. tb, government, and all are euilixat ' 

Tbi- i,a -traOL'o -ij.-1'l loan A.a.-ri.Mii: nccn=lo 
ed to his native forests, he can icnrccjj belli 
that tli,-,e v.o,,d-, n it en manv miles in extent, w 



.,; llo-i 



r.- .ith.-r 
: plaote. 



„,,,].„„.-. 






hey a 



They are proti 
tig, and can only be cut hv nntlitirity. Alternate 
rops of different hin.ln succeed each other as do 
r..p.- of grain Ihe cultivate. 1 fields. This impurU 
peculiar feature to Ihe forest scenery. From any 

IS place: here a fiire.-.t'i.f o;i!;. there oi pines, and 
nuttier or beech or chestnut, the line; of division 
re as rslronglv marked as between lie-Ids or grain; 
ouie arc- large, some are :mall. The foredl i.- but 
great ,- nit i vntt.-d tiel.l ; it b:,= none of Ihe appear- 
and upon the landscape; he has tamed it. Stt- 
ure cannot even cull the forests her own. 

:.,r,-folh studied, oiJt, morc'thuli ,,grieultnrc in 
proportion to the numbers employed; more skill 
ad knowledge arc requisite- Voiuminons books 

There is a depart met) I devoted t.., instruction in 
is branch in all the Cuiver.-il ies, and there are 
uplo means of illustration mid practice. Lu- 
re-- are delivered and example- li-r ill'i.(r:,iion 



Labor 'With Cheerfulness. 

We often wonder botv some men ever get alone 

'isages. Tht 



ir ploys upon t 






t for 



ais. It was thegreut plan of exercise for 
physical power, by which nlono ho could 
in those powers ina healthy state. Lookto 
the hard-warkiog man, his cheerful song, his active 
ip, his robust constitution, and compare him 
th the idler, who does nothing but live by other 
men's labor, or bis own wits or fraud. There ore 
o many such ; and, alas, loo many of tho 
ambling kind too. Hear what Henry IVnrd 



ardlyp. 



Fear 



:re(es acid, 

imspcaknkbJ.plea-_;,.Lt 
" he ever did in the half 

Everything goes wrong. 
I made of em: :--r,.it,cd 
been trying lo dig, .1 „ 

mve entered inlu a eotn- 
i death. He is not only 
over with it. He is in- 
action :, through which 
I. Friction bus lit, ralh 
I -ooti v.'otry himself lu 

vybody eLse. Wni'/hi,,, 
■oug. llesl]|ierstitioa.sly 
■ devil Int.- a : pili- :i;.airi-l 
is nothing but his own 



LAWRENCE & HOUSEW0RTH, 

®^OPTICIAKS 

177 Clay street, 

Optical, Mathematical, and Philosophical 

INSTRUMENTS, 




tlie viae. Besides this, lh. ,..._ 

,_,"„]■ ' " '".""' "■ ' "'■■■'■ u' 1 . I'.ul. ,; IV, .'.|.ill. 
,| ' |n l "' ',"'""'■ ""Siir-bM-i,, tobacco, clov.-r, 



fMr \Uit, ' 



MfiMOtfb AEscsfKC, 



HAGNIF7IH0 OLMaea for Elamining QUAflTZ. 

O TJ T L E H, -y 
For oia bj 

LAWHBXCR i UfjiWEiYOIlTII, 



.-■'■ ..::■:.:■ 



20 bus Mixed f.i- .:■:-. 
500 lbs Vetoes, 
iWO lb,. Eitly Kent Peas, 



■ rtedkl 



Turnip, ;; •■ 

Rodiih, " " 
Cucumber, " 

Hi Frail Tree... 

DUTCH BOLBOUS ROOTS. 

Double (Iraeinilis, I Ranuneulus, 
Narcltius. Anomooni, Tullpi, Tuberoses, 

Crowrj Imperial, Crocus, Iris. 

Dahlias, I 01 ad lulus, 



Sold n hole.' ile and retail, la qunutltlot Id lultrmr- 
hasors, at oar Seed Store. Alio, Pruainx Shears, Dud- 
llng aad Prunlog Knives, etc. 

H. B.— All orders fornarded to J. P. SWEENY 4 CO , 
Seedsmen utl Florists, will meet Kith Immedlato at- 



aUon. 



J. P. £ 



EKr A CO., 



Xaiv-VorU. Seed iv:n olio >■«<>. 

ALFALFA, 

New Crop ; 
HUNGARIAN GRASS; 

Garden, Flower, Field and Tree Seeds. 

Wg THE eilensii-e Variety of SEEDS we o(r ; r.sss=e 
Sfiangmnn hj 1 (peril Dultlraton in IhoSi 

SsAtlaatie State} and Eurore, nod no hiro-J-- 
ken the eresteit pains to locnro onli the Purest and 
'St Stocks, and bare no doubt Ihoj rrill giro tho utroort 

Agricultural and Scientific Books, 

FLOWER SEEDS, and Collections or Floacr Seeds, 
put up in neat pa=Va 5 c(, wilh direcllons for cultivation. 

Goods securely packed, to jo to any distance. 

All orders by mill or otheridso (olth remlltaneos), 
will bo attended to with exactness and promptitude. 

forwarded through 




TOOOhLtrrTeropei, 

■J.'.r.„ r -...sm:[, il.HV„.. 1 .aec.„nY.l.-0; 
1 l-i ir,'.~H.u;i.!i.- in i;i's , n ,i iii:;in =■ 



uVuu ci 



THi:E3i 



nYAOINTHS, TDLIPS, LILIES, UROC0S. 

JAPONIOAS, 

And a variety of other Bulbous Hoots. 



Field, Garden, Elower, Frntt and Tree 
SEEDS, &c. 



Ibeounl mjiJe to luo Trnde. 
to salt purchasers, by 

S. W. MOOBE, 

Seed Warclioub-c, 

110 Oallfomit strae 



SEEDS! SEEDS!! 

Crop of 1858. 

Juat Received by Exprera, on the steamer 
John L. Stephens, 

■.■..lA' 1 -' ,',■:.!' .■■ II., I ,'.| 11 , 1 ,,..;,. 1: 

orop oj? lass. 

TAKE NOTICE , 

.■'■." ">■:■-•: :' " l: - '"i- in-.r.'i!.:ii 'i,V.'.- , ,'J.I;, , ','; L -'r."a 
Im'ii "■' -Mio':' "';"■"■]'■': !! '"..' : :' }\ ' '",' n " '■"■'"--' ' 



Foreign and Fancy Grape Rootg, 

Poach and Cherry Trees, 

AQRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 



SMITH'S 

POMOLOGICAL GARDEN 

A.3STID MTTRSEBT, 

SACRAMENTO, 

On Ihe Atiicrkaii llivcr, 2j miles from tho City. 
OFFICE AMI DEPOT l"lllt TllKKS, 

«f^a The Trees offorod from Iho 

and In the NUMBER OF VARIETIES, or 
ol fruit, no possess Ihe 

LARGEST COLLECTION IN THE STATE 

our catalogue embrsclhs: 

Over Vine 11 11 ml rod Varieties, 

as follow: 
Apples, 245 varieties ; 
Peabs, 276 vnriflies ; 
Puiita, 100 vorietiofli 
CiiEwtiEa, 90 
Peaches. 75 vnrioticBi 
nectahine8, 20 vb 
Apricots, 12 

Grapes, 00 variolic 

PEAR AND CHERRY TREES 
Are the Finest Ever Offered 

[crista lathis State, of all s lies, being from Tj feet to 12 

and 14 Test high. The creator poilion being not 

only of very largo siso, but alio hindsamolr 

shaped, an elegantly adapted to planting 

near residences, affording Ihe doable 

ADVANTAUE OF SHADE AND FRDIT, 

Of tho abate two Qua Fruits He OITer 

SB.OOO TRSSS FOB SALE, 

of different sires and prices, and as lovos good Tree: 

can be bought at any Ilrst-elajs Nnrjery in Iho Stato. 
Mam persoas bale bad but poor success with Che nr Trees 

in this State. We slate for their information that 
Our Cherry Trocs are grown upon the true im- 
parled Maizard clock, and noL upon com- 
mon Pfafive or Oregon Hock of this Coast, 
the former being the only itock lit to groir them on. 
Wo have also a very fino stock of tho follatrlng, via: 

APPLE, PLUM, PEACH, BECTARDIE, 
Apricots, Grapes, Figs, Almonds. 

Besides a Miscellaneous eollec- ilg 

lion ol other soil (mull fruits. -0, 

Particular regard has been paid lo tho growlnrof the 

Trees In 000D SHAPE, and parchasars or our 

Tm-yoars-old Trees will Cud that lacy have - 

been noil "cut back." and are now 

firm, symmetrically shaped Tree*. 

Wo guaranloe no Hear or bealtUer Trees nill be round 

in the market this leaion, 

We also olfor a superior anortrneet or 

Shade and Ornamental Trees, 
Shrubs, Roses, and 

Greenhouse Plants, 

Embracing all the old and vrell knoirn popular varlollr 
as well as a gnat many album bjth good nnd noir. 



NURSERY BUSINESS. 



1858—1859. 

SAN JOSE NUliSERY. 
FRUIT TREES, 

ORNAMENTAL TREES, 

SHRUBS, PLANTS, ETC, 

18'000 ROSES, 

QBEBBTHOUSB PLANTS, 

Grape -vines, i;u-. Etc. 

PALM OR DATE TREES 

Perfectly hardy In California. 

FOR GALE IK LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, 
Trade supplied at n Liberal Discount. 



W I OFFER T 

Sa Fruit and Ornamental Trees, 2 

BHRUBS, B09ES, ETC., 
iat can ba (band in any one Knrsory lu Callfbniia. 

ALL ORDERS nill bo promptly attended to, Uil 
TREES earorully packed np In bundles or bus, 
irdicg tosiie and the distance they hare logo, sod 
delivered f I00 on board the steamer at Alviso. 



« R O S E S » 

IS THE LARGEST IN THE STATE; 

HAS RECEIVED THE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

At the STATE FAIft, held at San Jo.:?. 

rtlY CATALOQUB. gl.lng Ihe dilTerent Tnriotlei, 
ive for this season, and other lironnatlon, rrill bo 
to every applicant. It will also be found nlth my 

A DENT-, ,L,f.. Il„ ,■:.., : 

MONS'R DELABIGNE, 



MESSRS. STOOT & SARGENT, - Stockton. 
MONS'R JACQUIER, ----- Somoha, 
L. PREVOST. 



, of Jiff, 



nhido tree, so full 

i Boy varlotlos, but 
ms. which are of , 



minbtconeos of homo, the 

<NE0 ELM TREE 

f tbo Amorlean and Seotch 

) of vnry rapid gronth. 



Ladubhuu, or Goldeh Chain, 
Mapi.e, in variety, 

LtKDEK, Earopcnn nnd imc 
Catalfa, 

Cuina, and other Trees. 

We call partitnilDr uttentidn la our collection or 
THE CAMELLIA, 

blob, has becoma so woll acclimated that no havo tht 

elegantly out or doors hero as thoy possibly could 

tilth the ..... lere-t care in a conservatory. 

IlUnoloogorahouse plant, buleee or 

Th, Oem, of tht Pleasure Qrwuds. 



[.plica, 

We invito attention lo our very targe nnd geacrnl 
assortment of 

VEGETABLE SEED, 

hloh Is very Dao and largo, and no aro non prepared 

to supply THE TRADE In quantltloi to suit, anil at 

Lower Prices l/uin can be found 

at any olhor e.tKbliihmenl In tho Stato. 

tnibor of 



, and hivo glron unlraraal tntbfacllon. Wo a,u 

..rei.uii.-il [.■•i>|.|.ly liirfie.|u.n,i[i:,„, I |. |'|(j:~|| 

SEED at rorjlon rales Thtuo jeodi nlll bo dono up 
, u,.| .„,,-!>- in paeiagojj for Whulesula or Iletjil Trado 

CITY OFFICE. ...44 J .lroot....BACHAHErITO. 



Oinauttnlal Shrubbery. 

THE GOLDEN-GATE NURSERY, 

Comer Fni-,11111 nnd Foutb Streeia, 
Sdlf FBJKCISCO. 

tOitHAMEMTAL TREE3 AHD SOaUBIIERHYsBiJ 
of all kind) can bo found at thii estab- - J — 
llihmsnt, ombraelng also [a catalogue at 

TREES AND PLANTS, 

3 of beautiful overgrccn Acacias, 
Mycporoms, Casuarlnas, 1 



j^rirrs""" 

ul'X,"' 

Caliiinihuj, 



C }■[■•■ ; 



tfoiMLbiuA, Laurus linns, 

Hydrangeas, Krleas, 

Aristolocblas, Dlgnonlaa, 
LaurlorAmandior, Wlstringliu, Molalouoal, 
Nlght-blooinlngCerous, Caotus, Eplphyllums, 
Togatbor trllh all non and valuable Plants and Shrubs, 
embraced in a Kir.; ■ :.-!!. ■ ;,: „. :!.!:.,,;; i t.: ,!;,. i,.\lVN. 
thoOARDES, ortljoOEalBTERY. 

§H> Id this collection will alsa be found 

g$ Two Hnndred Varieties of 
MONTHLY ROSES, 

among thom eitra-siio Planls, for tlandarda or climbers, 



and rarest kinds. 



uar-CiTALooniS mil bofornardod by ma!l, or. 
calluo to the undersigned. 



TREES! TREES!! TREES!!! 
GRAVES & "WILLIAMS, 

JET' KB. "_ r JK r aC< 

GENERAL C0MMIKR10N MERCHANTS, 

BAH FRAHCISCO. 
(Opposite Wnshinglon Market.) 




4A 



^tttt. n A 7TFORKIA -FARMER. 



■% ©alifflcitiit farattt 




Oin Anrsw.— J.B.-Mw*o Is no longer in agent If 
the CiUTDiwiA Fabhkii, and wo desire tbotc who ran)' 
him bcroaio subjcribcri to him iinil who inrt nol n- 



Prt-iii v u the Oaks. 
Wno Hint remembers (lie fine old oaks of '43 
nnd '50, that .Vera gathered In groups over onr 
Stale, In man; of the finest landscapes, or flood 
singly endue the spot trill) n now beauty, bat 
nill mourn M their loss as ibey recall the spirit of 
specolnliou or utility which has robbed nature of 
sonic uf her brightest adornments? Tl is greatly 
to he lament, d that ihere is so little regard paidlo 



it ion or the fine old oaks that 
l if there was I 



cstormir 

often bear it said, that these old oak? are danger- 
ou's around the dwellings; ibcirlimhsbeingbritlk 
are liable to fall; thai Iboy are unsightly nov, 
byrcasoD of their id ready broken branches; but 
tee answer that all these evils can be remedied. 
Tho oaks can be headed down, tho loo; limbs So 
shortened as to prevent oil dnugorfrotu falling, and 
ollbrok, 

an entire new bead is made to the tree, andamuch 
more comparand beautiful head than the original 
one, ami by Ibis process the tree will becontit 
many years longer in existence. We wish 
■lo prol 



nnd also i 



iiohl- 



1 of fen 



i Urge 



Kale. 

given fur pl-intnlions or fifty 

of forest tree?, it would be the best thing the Suite 



a desire tbut so 
preserve our oats, and (o iuti 
of hard wood and timber f 
earnest on the subject, nnd h 
passed down the street, whei 
was made upon him which ci 
him of lire. Mr. Norris has i 

stock, etc. etc, and we sbnl 



vf. was deprecating It 
rold oaks, ondoipressr 
- would bo adopted I 



Currants and Gooseberries. 



Sow 



the 



Gooseberry Irttt. Wo ten 
kind of a shrub should b 
cullivnted like minibiuri! t 
growing rrom the ground, 
growing from that stock, in 



> fruit 



tvclve 



i the 



rrfnllyfon 



ig the head likean inverted hni 
lo branches, a few only in the 
center — bodily hack In. Idly th. List year's growth 
taking off half or two-thirds of It, according 1< 
- the strength of the shoot. Dy tbis system tbi 
fruit-spurs jre strengthened and the main curren 
of the fap sent lo their aid. 

Tbis system will also give a good supply o 



■ right 



refully .- 



and after a piece of ground has hc< 
pared by digging very fine and raking smooth, c 
be planted in rows eighteen inches apart a 
twelve inches apart in tha row, Inking care 
moke a hole for Uio colling before inserting 
then pressing down the earth round it closely wt 
the lingers. When the cutting is forced into I 
ground, the bark is injured, and it docs not he 
and thus tbe cutting is injored nod dies. By fi 
lowing these directions, every grower can Imvi 
new supply of line young plants lo supply those 
that become " 



Effect of Frost upon Peach, Trees. 

(hero is considerable danger attending those lb 
ore in norm apotura. Tho experience lhat i 
nan now of tbe liability to injury lo which car 
blossoming trees arc subjected, should call the o 
tontloa of orchardists and gardeners when plantii 
iritlies tbot blossum early, to place the 



where the m 






ting; by t 



lime, all tbe fro 




somioYCI 


night 


will have bee 




alnioipht 
Iheso n 


e warmed by the 


r'".Ttt, k ."", 


danger „il| fc.. 






Jury, but the KIXm 0( lhc 
«d leaf, while Ihc fro.u.wpo 
Trees already exposed, cao i, 
Uaoger~or loss of frolt— by , 


i that docs the in 
*asily saved from 



Remedies for Smut. 
Ai.THOU0n.il may be too late fornny considerable 

who arc wheal growers lo try practical 
,1s on a small scale tho present year, oud 
rcpnrcd lo nit wisely and well another 
guard against that pestiferous disease 
died smut In wheat. 

A gentleman residing in Nop*, who Isn practical 
rnicr, informs us that he has been making some 
:-.,erini,..uts, which the present year he thinks will 
inclusively settle, and he promises lo give us the 
:sull. In Ihc meantime, for Ibc reasons men- 
nned, we giyc some notes of his praclicc : To 
rcvenl smut, our friend soaks his wheat in iironj 
Mm, and then rolls it In lime, pwvloi 



■ ihini 



II.. I. 



,e for tv 



lircly effectual. Tho brii 



■■iik. i 



;e Ihe pre! 



c bluestone 
, and fonnd it en 
mother advantage 



oc) thai the faro: 



jiinty o 



vcather 



soaked the 

bnnge, loo ranch rain will come to allow him 
i sow it, and if it has bceu soaked in bluestone il 
i liable lo sprout, and Ihus be lost ; but with tb< 
rinc It does not sprout or become I 



,rcd, if kept 






n the u 



ne. It is known that by the process oi 
!ng wheal in a machine, many of the grain; 
icked or tho hull becomes slighlly injured 
ig bluestone, il is said, that all tbe grain; 



n i„,,,r 



.1.1V «,ii 



causing quito a loss, or- the use ot an 
sed amount of grain far seed. But Ibc 
docs not affect tho vegetation or such grains 
thus requiring a less amount of seed. 

ine and lime not only nperales against smut, 
mses the wheat to grow boiler, bolb sub- 
■s probably contributing lo this effect. Tbi 



an he readily 


Jislintzui 


bed fr.im that which ha 


icen sown will 


out bcin 


prep 


ired. 


Wo hope thi 


brine and lim 


remedy will pro 


lo be generally 


effectua 




•event smut, forw 




t willb 


bene 


cial to the wheat 


other respects, 


and it w 


11 pro 


cnt tbe farmers b 


ng at the mercy of th 






more remedies 


lie hill" 


r. It 




that smut neve 


prevail 


in w! 


at is called a lim 


stone country, 


and thus 




re led to think th 


ime must he a 


goodrcn 


cdv. 


Will those who n 








to inform us. 


We are mud 






Triend for bis sug 


gestioos oud n 


marks, d 


a ring 


neighborly call a 










would favor us 


in tbis w 






. 





Abundant Watering for the Earth. 
pious a supply of rain, and never hove the grcc 
offering a more cheering hope lo Ihe fanner. Tn 



CrtWh 


will sny that Ihtj 


, and others may be u 




a port 


n of some c 


op 


gc table 


line; but the 










Tclsc 


it and bo tha 
that from a i 


nkful 


n, tbe 
ar plan 


ODg rains ma 


ndls 



Plowed Lands. 

r questions will now a 
vtivc to those lands w) 



ing, hi 



nbyll 



lo this oi 



ill roll over like 
111 lands that have remained during tbli 
feather, should bo again plowed before usln| 
f first plowed deeply and hack- furrowed, one 
day cross-plowed, Iho labor will amply rc| 
All lands that were prepared T.ir grain am 
apposed too luto for early graios, can be sov 
uckwheat or corn. Tbo taller will pay w 
hinted and eared for as it should be. 

Blossoming of Frnlt-Trceo. 
Tub blossoming of the earlier kinds of froi 
robohly bo some weeks later Ibis year th, 
evcral years post, nwlng to Iho prevalence of 
liny, cloudy and cool weather for many w 
crop offrni 



ar, for 









though 

much, in this city hardly seeming I- 

vnnced nny for a week past. The 

Jr1s priiliiililr uliuut two wei-k:: 
■atod Inst week. At Nnpa, 






i . i, , 




II the 



:. . [ 



i^Wo have often spoken 

m of our State, and her ability 

•Irivo to bring out 






! that 



is the last 






Wt! 



ojwrlion of ibc several reports mode k 
know of many valuable hints and suggestions rrom 
members of wious committees which were never 
made known j left off, cut dowo, for economy s 
sake. One vcrv im]iortnnt omission occurred last 
vear, which we' hope will not occur again: there 
"was nu IWaiurer's report published. This report 
we hope will bo embraced in the publication of 
the present year. We believe a Report of tho 



^.iltuf.-d inul [ircji:in'd, winiki nuiiii! a most ^n 
bio document, and, wo think, unless it good one 
can he prepared, it were better thai the Stale sore 
the esponse, and publish only biennially. 

The Reports of the Ifnssacbuselts Unriiuiliurul 
Society have been got ten up with great credit lo 

Their Report contains not only their action for Iho 

commiltccs for the present year. This is an cmui- 
ple fur all Societies. It is very important that tbe 
List of Premiums should be sew forth early, so 
that those who contend for prises may know 
tvbal is to be done. Il is important also that iho 
nomtro/commrHcubo published, their location, etc., 
so that an interest nnd a confidence bo given to 

Is- reply In an Inquiry for tho cause of the delay 



Tli.it such requirement was not complied 
fuel (1,-plv to he regretted. But whelhei 
was a personal difficulty between tbe 
and Treasurer ot Jlnrysvill " 



ccted tf 



a little indeliuin 



Though "tin 

fur the year 



ihc I.', m -lil mi cm under tin' 

That iii .urumenl makes it Ihe "duty of the Cor- 
r. .].. -.inline. S,r;r,[;irv.- Vim ill;., suggest lhat ■■,! 
lieiitm.'- ..f fnml, in Ihe Tie.Ljiity '.I lb- Sieietv" 
niav be the oillif of thia deliiv. This, I am liai.j.v 
to say, is not tbe case. The funds have nothing to 
do with tho matter. But to the reasons. 

The amount of work to be performed in securing, 
classifying, onrl arranging rctuirt.-i from nearly all 
the counties of lln-Sinle ; obtaining, -ni'l iiri'ji.iring 
for tboprcss, dueuuient* In. in score; of iinliviijii-il. ; 
iririving. en mailing, eorrectiug and putting in 
shape the report, of ,.v. r eighty rommittccs of 



nulling Ironi ollieinl inn el llirongli 
,■ CDiinlies. and a distance i.f more lliun 
ind miles, under ihe direction ill" the Su- 
it 01,-ily i,ni,gi„e,l, especially when it i. 



■■-■ : i-hiii.l tliciver.ig... of ..itch works, elen il 

't. Hi-; ell-roil is mil all ntr. Permit me lo Ba- 
lm' 1 know of no oilier recoil for tbi; .lelnv tlini 
heaiiiouitl (if wurk which lirlls upon lb, -ii,e|. 
iDiccr. 

Tho Tap-root. 
Dows, down, down, and up, up, up, it had gum 
mtil it could go no fiirthor cither way. All wbi 
leslie lo satisfy themselves upon the ulitily of 
.-rowing trees for an orchard by planting the sect 
md nil Iroiuplwmo Mr irr. n/lMTrartfj, ore invilc 
o call nt Ihe FiaHen office, and we will sho- 
mple of 



. |nal 



5 fcetro 
lenglb ; 



md J feet top, o 



icoeplnblo on n beautlfu 
ragrance of these delicion 
ie had 01 Moore's, Kellogg'! 

Env.— Show's Agricultural 



Siuw'b Sew Jlioiusfnv.— SI 
Workshop now presents a very 

getting out the now Reapers and tlOwei 
Shaw never sends out bad work. These n 
plcrncuta will be ol a fine style and superior finish. 
Ilc.nlc, Ihesc nmelunes tbero ore Choose Presses, 
Hay I'resses, Plows, Harrow*, etc., all i,igl,l,- , Nvr - 
itorlotis and worthy i, -peelal visit to examine 



1'toon Stook (Iommo..— Wo menlioned a littl 
ne since that tbo fine herd of Devon slock he 
""glngJoC. A.Ely, was to be brought ncross lb 
Inins to this country. This plan is being con 
-—.t'od, parties being now on the way preporn 









TuE great in 
,f tbo slock t 
lecd ony spec 
these bmnds I 



We think it very Important lhat tlicsc bmnds 
juld be publicly made known, ond wc are glad 



and Cattle. 

marks' nnd brands 


nn well 

on. B] 


known to 
means or 
nlify, and 
; by them 


erfsTf 


stock DDW 



i Ibis, 






lenrn from a large stock owner, th 
a meeting of those interested, on the Ala- 
side, held nt San Attlonlo or Clinton, on the 
if 1 May, to arrange some plan by which all 
Iho various brands in that section can he gathered 
ind recorded, and other measures adopted lo pro- 



st of si 



■it ing B- 



Highly 
to promi 



drawing of their brands, and Wo will prepare a 
ook for registering them, giving tbo owner's 
nine, residence, town, ond counlj', and any fact 
gnnccted (herewith. All that will be nocessary 
ir them to du, is simply to trace Hit farm o/ «(ir 
■and on papa Kith a pen, nnd mention nny pnr- 

iich brand and all its antecedents, wo will hare a 
ul carefully made, and publish the some, with tho 
wncr's name and residence, nnd thus wo con 
inks known tho brand ; and ony slock wandering 



of Ihis plan for public 



mc^«oek...JDPatter«n -.W.-.- :: i. I-;;;:: : ;o ; -;; v .'. 

1 ■■■ ■■ i :, i ,■■'.:■ 1 

"SrS^H^^ra^^::::;!^ 

.lainodi County Milk nepol'.. ABBipta ft Co .. TS9 Kc»rny 
'Zl\?ri. ^'* C UEuim^. ^"wr'iiittri.id'Srejoi 
T»rk, JoniwGft Go..fBrnlturn, msnnracfr.-f-- v. ihlajmn 
lctsl>lEue cainmlwlao produce racrcliani c*J Ct\y 

i., y . 'I-,.ii-,.....i'.i-!.»i, I f,-='".t'-ei'-o>- ...!•■' -l-iii ■;-;;."■ 

!.:;; l, .i';:\t"'iT^^:^^ c hoir^.rauy h s i r ^riS'ei '' 

■.....■:, ,-..". I'-.. ..lif .= -'•■ ■■<■'-' HorilK-JH'Uei-, 

.i l„i„,-rCr™:i C rr*Io,^..]t->-lc2MoaI f n,,i-rT 
lu Flxtur«'..ThonwD>y...lE-! M'-nt:: ' --■' 

lnck» ftLimMrf.-Aiiti I rk laleOi va.:,siSll'faoa 

[olcoicl«Dniltari..1>wiU,ili(.i!',eB..K™rnTeorw»itilnrt.m 

it,-, nt It .'. C:,....Will-,ol-„ - ■■-.! .(>... :i.... M-rket near Pine 
llomnof Bnul>-.V aI . : - ' ! ';' y V^^'^^™ Hom".m"rj 



Kauw i i '.':,' i , ' ii K '°$,ziZ 

■ ' II,! , ■■ i ■ ■ ■ " 



Tho Grand Ball t 



Eht.totenray.a 


nd tbo rfnirn caughl them there 


Kurli of Jfnre 


.' a memorable day, memora 


calendar nf ma 


ny a nahlicuui by reosoo o 


ml associalions e 


oaoected with the day, memo 


, in the calanda 






i tbuucbls, wards, and rrlrai 


du not iotend 


lo Rrils of the i/iy only, bul 


tho assoeiatioo 


and more particularly of tho 



anion of the Legislature, to bold a E 
ie name of the "Legbjla live Boll," In i 

.gcthcr Ibelr families and frionds, i 



snty, fasl 






ir Stole, 



ond the late fe 
illative Boll, just held in Iba National Theater 
cnto, was Iruly a grand affair, — il was grand, 
it sense of tho word. Then was indeed a 
linglo line 



,.1 it; th-r, 



„n> ,„ gr.„ 



if tho wbalo uffail 



Georgo Cufrau, 100 
162; Corresponding 
Reeordlng Sccrctar 
John E. Klneaid, 
211; S. C. Ilobhi, 
Elliul, 2111 ; llcnjan 



cnlng last, March 
eleoled: Preside- 
aidant, G. D. Sire- 
a. F. Hcrrick, IS: 



I, Why is Iho Editor of Hob 
flighted politician I Becnuj, 
lo,„ Iho 'Tanner." [Omi, 



names, great 
cad il we will 



affirmed tbovalii 
itlon Act, author 
;ted hy tbo owe 



making Ihe properly fr,„. 
*uch repairs. This docisi, 

Mrc-I l'„i„n,i-sL,,„,.r to "k 



Ip our IndorotiEnbli 
ending -tho streets. 



I sleamer, brought hither by .Mr. Graver, 
in. One la a largo dapple gray named "State 
' of tbe Mesieoger stock ; tho other n sr 
dark hay, aod uf tbo Margan breed, 
[loyal Oak," a great p„ccr lu bis day. They 
at S'ju DO each. 



l.MK'o.,imir ,„.n,:r. i,n,], T „„ ucl of the Uginmun, 
o Meet a die at e,ieramento, on which lo creel boil 
obs fur Btoto Fair purposes, give uotico that they "n 
icclvc praposliioos fur tbo sole of bleaks, lots or pare 
ooo-fourth of o Hock, ii 
y, the 16th iasl., at 12 ii. 



nuon, form, unlil Weill 
The mail steamer Son 

leasurc Th, 

n-1 #l.ll,:!1i(l 



1 17 pas, 



innra, which loft on Saturday las 
passengers, and $1,0*7,423 S7 i 
r Oriiaba corned 747 passongon 
sure, n, !h Tohuontepc^ rouli 



F TUB OvEOtAXO MaII The (dago f,„ 

ru lr >- 1Kb, reached IhL. city, 1V,,|„, ,| ; 
l/elook, haviug made tb t ri p tl , r „ ut 



' ' ,l,,,,! '- 1 «■■.■■!:. -i-lii.,; M,ir.:h III,. Ill ".-,7 s t 

FiMjHw FawTOM im Oi^ P EA «._ Tll(J 

'ppenrcd to-day, nt Savoy k 



Co.'s, No. a Wtwhlmton llarktd, 

Fton « Fx'i n .-C,,,, s ideraTirb7. 
manifcted for tl,„ rum - F|( , nl| 
hedntoakland.oo,,,^^,, „■ , 
milted effort i. mBd . ULer0 
joeno presented. 



[JE5B SIBBOTOBT. 



■j- 1 '. '■ ,.''■! "i ,."[ii.- II 1 1 "c " :■ ■ l ! ■ i.e.-; ■.— !-.,.:■...!■■ 
TbjIoc 4 Poit. -taper mj. wanted. -firi'Fptpe'.. 

ivhX'iivn™'i™in 



Ha 






aoirdl ft EtodJoril >lftJfoir«d 9T Fr 

BdfJ>dJu>tln S Ptwtdrl>er....Hjdei:IIeu}hlon. 

Cis1hv.ii'* ..:■ ,lliii;iil.-|,lMt....J Bslk-y i H Coo 
it ;IJ,r, (It- Nii,.^ry..nm>mcnLi!ihriiiin(:nT-.S 
Ifopo K.,ro ry... . II T A.l.nu—. fruit .trees, «c 

ll*"b"'l vl iViJirlS'^'rV 1 ''*"' Wmrj^oD^ 



Cheating ton Boa 



ii ii„. nu-, 









■elf. 



grows poor; nnd experience, I bnvo no doubt, will 
confirm tho fact, that it is equally unprofitable for 

and she will manufacture for you without charge 
tho valuable products yon may covet. Bob her of 
the means of labor, and her returns will be scanty. 
Sho cannot work out a miracle. 1 believe that 
many of one farmers pursue a very impolitic 
course. That only is valuable in a farm which is 
capable of being converted into vegetation, or in 
some way aids in the growth of plants; nnd that 
is Iho most valuable portion which may in the 
least time be transformed into vegetable products. 
Every crop selects lie most ovailnblc pari of tbo 
soil, nod when removed from the field, tbe hind is 
deprived oT lhat pan of ii-Wf nlii. Ii was especially 
useful in producing the crop. The soil, as it were, 
becomes culled ; each stasim parting wiib its most 
valuable constituents; and in a short time all that 
was worth anything is gone. The man cuntiuues to 
own his land, bul has lost his farm. Il will 
usually tako but a little while tu dispone of all 
tbut is valuable in the soil ; the farmer owns tbe 

can pay his annual lax; but the fm-ui Ik uuuixh! 
has boon sold— [Prof. Fisk's Address. 



Hoga and their Weighta. 
je New Hampshire Journal of Agriculture 
s tho following memoranda of mt hogs, that 
i been killed this lost winter in that Stale : 






I'll." lo 



eight 



-■-iLliio- ;k>;t! pounds. 

Alplicus M.^-r, Newbury, ka, been in the prac- 
tice hi equaling nu,- ot" these— Inning slaughtered 
" -'■■ "-'"-nibs-old pig ...-!,; :;oT.i pound*. 

l.lijah .Vhilli-r, of iiimii-v, IJHed n pig lately, 

weighed n2ij pounds. 
And here is the "bio; gun." Sotbanicl Flanders, 
[literod a hog on tbo 1st of Dc- 



■mber, 



The premium nig, 
f raised by fill,, 



l th.-ll,.,-ki,ieli.mi Fair. 



i Marc 



uf Kvel, 

.uds. It w 



K. II., 



■SB, 



j killed on 

January, ihju. ,veinhe,l r,t3;i.' pounds, 
aiol w.ij | ,, |arito-;l of Iii. „-,.. (lirjuo'eu imintli,-], 
out l-.ill-d in \,: W lliunpsliiro. 

[And wo nsk, can wo not report soma fat hogs 
InCalfornln?] 

New ltotTE io T11E CoLonAro.— A new roulc, 
says the Salt Lake City correspondent of the Alto, 
Is opened from this city to the Colorado river, 
about twenty-live miles south-east from Fort VegOj 
(distant from hero about three hundred nud fifty 

lies); thence by llght-ilrufi steamers lo tbo Gulf 



of I'nlifi.r;. 



n thc-r 

son- of the year. > 
rebnsing ul St. Jose 



by sniliti 



to San 



ties, snys Ihc .In ck, on,- ill- S-uiiml of Lhe 'jOlb ult. 
the news Is ([altering. The Industrious minor tins 

season lo be richly rewarded for his labor. The 

nuee, warrants the belief thai tho mines will bo 
more thoroughly worked than any former year 
since their discovery. 



Bath peneofnl and happy. 



THE CAliWOBNIA FAEMEB, 



45 






DOMESTIC SUMMARY - . 
TflE le-nfl or Nevada U to be supplied "iUi ivi 
n pies laid through the principal ei™« »J 

Water Compaivy, tafciue; tno sratcr from their 

reterviur on 1.0.1 HilL 

At Flaoervlll*, says «"> Observer of Wednodi 
the weather "HI remain sclllod for a few dayl loogcr. 
wo will hair livelier times in every department or 
ncsj than wo baro enjoyed for many n long day. 



S^orrirMMVeral inches deep in too lo»n of Mariposa 
(be 1st iasl, and unBoarVallej eighteen inches deep. 
,c Gaicte tbinfci there is mure soon in the mountains 
the caatsaid of Mariposa than bu been before known. 



nend by the Columbia Nows 



The first stage from Chinese to Big Oak Fiat 
through on tho 201h nit, the long projected wagon-road 
from Moccasin np Gruody Gulch having prograuo" 
Hoiontlj to be traveled nt lart. The stage was wcleomed 
with cheering and the Anril CAirut. 





oallei 

It on 

Th 


Ibe 
toe 

,1! 

So 


ranch 


,-Uo 

of M 

nlho 


tie. 
Ibis j 

he* 
..luh 
Mori 




j« 


ear, the aUtlkcT which 
of which L- in bloom 

o Kalter, about seven 
osaroad. 


At 


IF 


weather M 


tho Mariposa Gazette 
lies, a parly will go 
cparing for tho spring, 

w on the mountains.' 


An 
has e 
l.v M 
gentle 
orally 


wG 


XV 


'£: 


B 


urnb. Slants Zeitung 
published Iri-neeklv 
; edited by (he latter 
Zeitung"mllliclih- 
nns ..four (islcr city 



operations are necessarily suspended, 
the enuw is from ten to twenty feet deep, 
niention between the town? in that section 



The Solano Herald rays: Our neighboring if 
FaiiBclil ii my rapidly improving;, and gives or- 



Will pre 


eo, a tow, of 




able proportions. 


■^ed" 1 


hi'' 1 ' !'i*!'i, M 


ix^r 


rom St. Charles, U- 






Ibo Ohserr 


r. It adds: Ihii ia 








miiUkahlc evidence 


that Iho 


innils ore fonrarded with 


equal dispatch over 










Hera 


*i. Bio.— Son 


tin.- back 


the ttaukiog houses 






i-i.-j— HIHUHH 


higher 


alnntion than 


forts eeour. 


Since then the re- 


fual to 


lako them an 


olf dollars 




Tho ma 


kel folks, bote 




Betting 


'down on 'em.' 







A land slide occurred at the Bnena Vista Ranch near 

bill'i'lt -til iut'i llii- lallei, ij'iio;.' £■:.[] -Ue rale damage 
to the ranch. Another .lido is mentioned by the Grasi 
Valley National, which says; Sinee the recent heavy 
rains, about funr acres uf "Old Block's Now" but Lokeo 



aula, in relation to thoCbinue,bod 



ed had been discharged by the cour 
bad disbanded bis posse. Hot die : 
termination to <J get quit" of the Chine 



Mu. CD. Linton, forraerlyni 

boncy beer, most of which ho f 
ditlon. Mr. I. V. Hong, ofWs 



A. J. Sloan and IVm. Anthony Vice Presidents i A. Mc- 
Pbenoo. Treaanrcr. and T. T. Tidball, Secretary. Tho 
object of tho League a? announced, "is to settle our 
boundaries amongst ourselves equitably, and to prevent 
the unprincipled few, who have been accidentally Io_ 
>,.;-. ■[LL^.'l'.llL-'inXi^ly "■■'-'"■ "'"'' 



-t.ii-'ri-i- 



TtlH diEcnlticJ between the stock holders anil erod 
on at the Columbia and Stanislaus-rirer IVulei Come 
ny, are progressing favorably, tnv* ibc Columbia Noi 
towards a scUlrsncnL A lung lilt or the creditor! be 

then an their claims ngainsl ibo Company; and It is 

and .mi-,),]... ,-„i,.,[.,i:,iL 'ii',,;, inler.'-!."V.'( .i.'r'-.-'.l' 

I" >!■■ ■ ■',,-;. ■.-!!! 1. ■ F „ Jt H- :,| V -,„... I l,v j,. 1, ,■„;,. ,, 
Il«N'....,,i„ ,1... ... ■. "... . h , 



ITib ulu, eajs the Humboldt 

by uvivirlBash of lightning. 
Jflowrt. The severity U f ,ho 



Of tho murnlo K .,t i u , 
Eureka. Il was precede* 

law moon Uinr and bald bills the put ,i, « MK . , 
has rullen there buf.ire hince the Hltlement of ikfc i 

in one *co>: IB . l„,l,,,i, a [■■ (,r.,T.A l.v if,-, ,.,„, ,. 
I'«n in Mi, -i..;k r.ir,-.-- in III, |..d<l hill ■■• h.- la . ,., y. 
f-tock it-nl Ki:,:,!..i,l'. J'roiri^, nilliin ll.o |,:..| „ 
'hat Hi- .:.,]■! fl...f N, i.lij.], ,,-, l,-.,-.-,v l .ri.-l)..-..|.-i,„, 
!'''!■. vill , -L... ..,),.. , „,l, [„ ..,!,„ cr^allj. Tin;,- 



CdUMUXICATtos between 1'etaluma and the inrronnd- 
ng counlry, aajt tho Journal, L« nearly closed at" pros, 
nt, in conrequeneo of (ho eitrcuie muddy eondltion of 



iX Bihibitlon or Horses is to take place nt tho Finn 
tier Hotel, Fctolanin. on Snturdny, April 2<\. The So 
noma County Journal says tho owners of tho variop. 
•tall iocs in tho county will uxhjnlt their homo and th, 
oflspring. aud a fino opporlnnity i" thus offered stock 
raL-ers to sec and judge Lko merits of tho blood [no 
blowiecTJ horses of Ibo country. 



TnECAMEE's-SrnESnTir.— The Gi.IVlt.Mii |T..^n-l 
Sowsofii late dutc.BivB Hint one of Mrs. TVntson'a 
nurul- roi-enliT iin[ii-rted, ivm loaded to tCBl iU 
Elrcifi'li. Il '>'"' " f lh '-' lafftesi sin-. Upcn Ibc 
word of command bctnp; given, Iho enrntl lay 



boy. iv i/i, bin 



.ourffl^ho 



Aojtts with tbo bending of "Continued," Iho Sicm 
itiienof IhoStbinsL, says; This is chapter four of om 
orro slory. Tho scene changed slightly during lh. 
ilddlc of (bo week, uneoveriog Ibo sun and diHusing i 
cry mild temporary warmth. On Thursday night lb. 

ricks from tho limited number of Downicvillo tniel 
limncys; and then il snowed Ufco Iho fl— end Dfivinler. 



Ban, is comparatively a ncrr mining camp, 
tayo Iho San Andreas Independent. Watoriiahundanl 
isinesi has assumed tbo liveliest aspect. Two 
have been extended to tho bar, and it Is asserted 
no place in the Southern Mines, nirept Cob 
:h opens n wider Bold for profflnblo employ. 



n.,1 HI.:,: 









Tttc Humboldt Times says, tho Falo of public 
n that Uislriet commcoeed al Iho oEco in Hum 
.n the 14fh nil., and ended on tho 17 th. All the lands 

Dered, and tho following nggroga to of lands cold i 
District: IlamlHid I county, 



II.:! N-rl 



30B0 a 



y, i!6 a 

ounly, : 



incEpally by oon.rcsidenis. We are glad that pcopk 

n: Ti,l .li- ( -,.-l I" -[..;.:„1:,(, in llie I.H..1.- ■■!■ -,.ir <::.un- 

, for Ibey will now bo subject to private entry, and 
ecmnty than if largo bodies of Ihcm were held in the 






,.:. lb... p.ir.urnpb about the inhabitants uf 
ilng tunnels under (bo mow Tor commnui. 
lh each other (copied by us last week), the Hy- 
'hc story of Monchaoscn riding 
now-buried town, and hitching his (Iced to tho 
a church-splro, Ihinking it a post, might almost 
cd in California. The fuel that tho tremendous 
irms do not depopulate the sections they visit, 
oarkahlc proof of Iho mildness of our climate. 



tbo approach of 
ad herds down to 
with Ihcm until 



11 (!ji-iij 



Tan Colombia riews of the 3d insL, says : The Stnn- 
laus Itiver Flnming and alining Company, having 
diposed of all tho shares in Ibe undertaking, ban com- 
t, nod we have no doubt but that (hoy 
dy during the 



■cthe: 



. al,].- I 



o bed rock in that locality, it has iaraHably [iil 
;1L The chief obstacle, horcloforc, U-iog the water, 

il, in kogth, for Iho purpose of ovoidiiif ih.ii I, ili- 
um.-, v.i- ti-.-l , .1,1;. ll-.,! ll,.i ill, .in, l,rh, tin- nill I., ;, 
■,r,i;,l.k- one, au.l "ill nlf.ir.l nn.illi.r |T,-.f ,f IIil- u.l- 
inu..-,.. I" W il,rii. 1 In .-..inl.ii.i-i.- .-.,]. in, I Willi ].,l-.r 

,rr,;r i.lijtfl. whi li mill, r. .-,ui nl,,„: r , r„ r li:.|,. 

n, n„-i., I},.,.,,i„i„,ii.:, ,ir..M ,v, ; ,tliiT o, l,;,v, lilll, 

il .,11 r....rlv nil rl„'-„,-|.|v ..rKj'-rr/all (lure |J liein B 
hal_ llic ;.ld c.,[l,|.:,„v -„],[,li,-: I i.,i„,,,j,,L!lv ,t„„- :„, 



greil deal of tho (raveling here, at this season or the 
year, by females, is duoo on mow shoes; though coa- 



tho parties with (i 



in going to tho place where tho 
I muse" was to preside. Picture lo 
r of loilics with woodon appendages, 



no a -i^lil (.. -.,-lii.li iv, li.no lai.lv l.rrn 
■ i...i.ill : , il,.. -.:,;,|,!i. |.,j,. 111. 1 r . miilil.ri- 

im.-r, 1111,1 llicn r,ll..iv-. ground uudlofly 



-l'r„f,:-i.,na!p I eJndieodlejhnrd, 



■ i(,l..wn ,v,-rvvl,..,. Tl, l,i,„,l. 

tin- fnt ul iv ndraii IU, v.di.o or Ibe mil 
(bey may, for it fbnraes luo old ireolmcnl 



Tur. TBim Brsrnr run Rvsitsphi a» Iso 
,0S.— It is acknowledged on all bands (hot the 

..lull,.] IliM.ir,' i.. llu: Inn. roiiieily tor lh,:.,, eomnli. 

hey ore free from olrohol, and contain, ju,]L,-i..,i-lv 
.i.il.iin.l H, ill, I, } ..,„i, ..„!,. i. ,„,.. ..jy K .:n, ll„- cl.1,1 



VALUABLE PUMP FOR SALE. 



U""oi,-.il],. „ alJ! „ for u „ nrxit "Mnsio bath 

cliann. u, t, MDt „ utap,," Ac. rjoeh won our luv.il- 
unta-y rtdlesHen on blaring two Indian boys whistle 
"P-p i;.^ (I,. , wl JllBn i,^,, „ Tcry [aBi of 

""*"' l«w»Itr«ir«|, The amount D r Ixunbcr 

used fu, mining purr™, In (bis riemKy I, very large, 



OreyhoTinds. 

BEVP.iiAI, Fl 



wool i 

Pnrohaaed at the Higheit Market Bates. 



OEORCEIIOWEBic, 



For sonic cnttEC, probnbly from the fuel of their 
superior strength, laws ivuro pnssed mecntly nt 
Galveston, forbidding the camel to come into the 
city, tacept lo pn.'.i through in leuvlng llio country. 
Wise legislation, Ihfit? 



8PEOIAL HOTIOBS. 



-tunily, by applying at iho 



ty My AmhrotyiiMwcninoloihlhllcd at the tsi 



lfb»chcloi.lle.b)slc, (htu llTe -Dluoljiaclc 
&jcanjetoJ.SCUniEBER'S,lbeTgo whew, wbc 



fyTHE IIOSIB OP BEAITY. 



That we may raUe • i 



JuLoedasod In baud Iboy'ro link.-.! i,,:.il„-p, 
Hcie, loo, Ihaaged, ibe noblest nhow, 
Thcj, hand In bond, together go. 



«bold, eilci Genius, quickly E l.ueel 
inoushl Iho -.ii.i, li. IL VANCE I 



i, Croep, mooting Covgb, pi 






ill; l,i rr.,1,1 ,,, i, CiiiiIIiii-:.! i;--a,niiij,il,:ii 1 au.l |m power « a 
...'jV, -v.::.,, .-;:-..,:-, j.^.-...j.u i.i.,] r^i : .:„ ij n,j tf cannot Lo 

inn tnuldlnjl, llq.lun','ka.™'' "*""' ™ mDnI "«*' 

■ r.-looj-i .nates MoaaiL L , Ulnar JoinooH A: Co. 
n.lLMello.vSLOiro ,Wnmtetlloi Bmll], i' I .."„!'. '.' 
Or.^uii] .dJ lij ill uinJ Jeilcrs In medicine orerywlie™. SJ 



INTERNATIONAL. 

Satt Fran <> I sco, California. 

— -1 THE UJJDEBStOSED INVITES 

the attention of Ibe Traveling Publlci 
indslrnnirariln particular, to Iho mortis 
f Ibis House. 



A. S. HALEY, 
JNO. J. KAIiE?, und E. R. ROBINSON, 
"oihor uoum', cannot buf recall Ih'o marked lovor wllti 
ialingpub1ie"ia r neon..(anlly increasing paliuaogo 

FIRST RESPECTA BILITY, 
showing eonoliutvely (ho SIJPEHIOB SIODE in 
tho lloiol ii eonductnd. 



DESIRABLE STOPPING-PLACE 

For Families or Singlo Gentlemen, 
during thoir sojourn [nthtseity. 

THE "INTEitNATIOrTAL- HOTEL 

P. B. SMITH. late Sts £ 'o Aeontnl Sncramcnlo Ciiy, Isi 
altondanoo at all hours to convey pas joosers to and froi 
tho Holel, for One Dollar oaeb, Inelndinit Itaggago. 



JiAXk'KRS, KTC. 



MARK BRUMAGIM & CO., 



Bank of Comnit-rce, Boston. 

SIGHT AND TIME BILLS 

Amcritan Exchange Bank, New York, 

Available in the Principal Cities uf Iho Union and 






-.;:•■: ''illl.'M.li-.is! & L co 



A. L. EDWARDS & CO., 

GROCERIES, 

At 81 Clay street, above front, 

AL. EDWARDS & CO. HAVE JDST OPENED 
. none assortment of 

Glial co rum I l.v Groceries), 

which Ihoy oner nt Iho lowest rates: 
FLOUR— Superior brands or damutlo. 
■ ■Mlr.'-.Ml-.M.-l-'ro.h, inll.l. i, andoO-lbsaclH. 
DUCKWUEAT-MlilAL— lluminr. coarso and fine, 

Com. starch. 
COFFEE— Old Government nod Green Java, and 

luperlor Rio. 
TEAS-Suoorior fresh Grcoo and Dledi, la 6, 12, 

and 30- lb boiet. 
CANDLES-Cbomlcal, Sperm, Was, and belt qnfll 

Ity AdaniaMino 
SUtl AH— Crushed, Powdered and Brown. 
11 KE3K— California and Durham Farm. 
PicitLEB— EnglL'b and California Piciles, In pints 

PiE-1'noiTo-Eocli-h and American Ple-Frulti, In 

alas, and tins. 
Oil— China Xoi nil, in i;, ■ :,,-l 
Yeait Powr.Ei; IT- ■ '.■ r, i Merrill's, IIopo Mills 

and Cnliforaia. - -- - 

MooTiHD-Cnllforaia, Enirlisb and French. 
Oi-STcas— The mo-ldctirable brands. 



Mlneo Meal— In qoarts and habT-gnllon jars. 
Cream Tartar and Soda. 

Preserves— all kinds Jams, Jellies, Sauces, Ac 
glass and tin. 
Our customers may rely upon every nrliele sold by 

Tlic Prices, in ecery respect, Lota. 
Goods delivered fieo of charge lo any part of the city. 
A. L. EDWABDS 4 CO., 
10-sm Ho. SI Clay streol.ahovo Fron 



)?ABM STOCK, &o. 



Dome si Ic FoivIb. 

■Ill OaJIE POWr.f-. ami Hi" I-" "KNS for ln T loe, 
«■• cenbe .u|i|ill.:,l )■-,- cllirnoi Hie rannrr Orlici-. A 
_^Sxa , ? wot <"""• 'lo'' fn'inlc Tncy are a emu ot 
Qajfcaisf ibn DIIAHHA POOTI1A, and ot .-tt tuferl-ir 
tlnds, voiced al (|0 lo tAO V pnlr. "I 



French Merino sheep 

DURHAM CATI1E, 

JOHN D. PATTERSON, 



Prenoh Serino Sheep and IL-J 

TliUfongh-briid Durham Cattle, 



COL. WARREN, Editor or Iho California Fsrroor, Ban 

- i i ii i; ,., ,' .li/nml», u[ whom Circular and further lufur. 



JOHH D. PATTKllEOH. 



& 



Large Flock of Sheep For Sale. 

good WETI1ERS, ono to (Wo yrnn old. 
.'.:! A — "™" L ASIia! olid Vp'o'Siaol 






fl- .-ill"- 1, we nun uiier Bin iruin ll 



in', .i l.\ilii«, H. D. Btanwood, Eaq.,ia 



Sheep Wanted. 

ESVE9, of the besi oaallly. wantl 

)oe lot ot 400 Ewe., of two arid Ihr, 
ther lot of TOO Ewes, of lame > S 



MCGIxrVUFLIN & DAKIN, 
Farchosing and Forwarding 

COfflMISSION AGENTS, 

Pur chii^og- and Forwarding- Ooodi and Merchandise, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 



HSuo- 



il Uclliiiee onbid; : 






.."ih^llmes ^KiaX'^l™." 1 


a, and am. 


owralc. 


ehindhe™ ^ bEcSS. 8 - C»/l™n"3 


wI^c't 






























' I'V.Mfi'irii'luKs , Forall lunu less (ha 




oorcent. 














Cu., or otherwise, slBllnc (.liinly wlul 


-lo^udLaeec^u; 


"We stalt'iend'lh'e bdi\"b" e'gr-od. 


tailtimoL 


Ihatnar- 






hot oil [unics may son at a jlsnce bow w 


o stand. 


hri 






iiii.l ,n-j' 1 .V'i'i, ,; 1 r eapaclUCs tl 



MANSFIELD & WOOD, 
Cloth and Clotlsinij sTaiehoUHe, 

WYAIAN A CO.'S SUPERFINE OLOTIHNG. 
Cloths, Caalmeres, Voitincs and Tailor's Trimming 

Geirtleraen's Fine Furnisliing Goods, 



„-, ^— „ A ™ T nni1 N » r T- " na ftl1 » bo "^o the ij 
CLOTHING, made in tho moat approved stylos. 
169 and 161 Montgomery Street, 
21 Gin 0|i[KHito Montgomery Slock, San Franc 



LaulcH' DrcsjK TrimmlngK, 

HOSIEET, TJHsnaBK-LIlsrEXT, 

HOOP SKIRTS, . 

Lad lea 1 and Child i 



1 11 .=.- 



Ml'.s Ii. NOROHOaS, 



Pacific I'riiine aiauufaclory MI, 

1RES3 TRIMMINGS CORDS, 

GIRDLES, IaS3ELS, As. 

Conslantly on band and made to order. 

D. NOROROES, 
i U-l Saeraruonlo ilroat. above Monlitomory 



ALAMEDA COUNTY MILK 

j»» Mies jssr?- «» rmr • 

PUB.B MILK 

ALWAYS OH HAKD. 
^cViImWs^U, wl-^ls'ono'ori^Tr^rie.ori!*" 

Fresh Runcli Butter and Eggs 

.'onsuuUc on hand, and delincred Co Fainlllu at any pari ol 
*- H TAPLE8. H. A. MOWN. W- OOLDEH. 



an, Morrihy'fl. 



SAMUEL PILLSBURY, 

DEALER IN 

BUTTER, CHEESE, ECCS, 

Hams, Bacon, Lard, 

APPLES, ORAISrS£BP.I£S, 

No, 48 Washington market, 



lo.irs, rm.i. i',.„l.,xl, &.C., I Mr. IL 0. Btasdetl, 
" tlcnchloy t Co., I Mr. T. Ogj Sbaw. 

t^T Ilnlela, Restauranu nod Families supplied at I 



B. F. HOUNTEEE, 

110 CLAY sritHli'l'- 

BUTTERI BUTTERIt BUTTERlII 

I HAVE IN STORE. ANlrtOR SALE, AT OREAT- 
X ]y reduced (irlcoa: 

oieol 
DtioL- 

Boeoni Clear and Most Pork i 

Lard, Inkenudosuna] tft^* 

garni, ] 0-ShodM^ ^ ^gg 

C.offeo.Tea, Candles, feoop, Dried Afi[ilo.,cto., 
And all other eoudi usually fonnd In a Grocery Eton. 
The tradoof Btaceis, families, boarding- house heopara, 
od farmers, li roi|KjcifuIlysoliolled. 
KB" My goods are (onerally bought at forced saluj 



Tabic and Pocket Cullcry. 

HAS ON HAND, a Urea assortment or Fine IVORY 
TAlli.i: ■"( 1 1.IOKV i iiIm couimi-n liiblo Cullory, 
Klih Of Tii>, U-iooor,,.! Ski.- Ilon.lk,, ,.u- . . uiv.l.ln 
f,„ it,,, t.iuiiivy train l*Cn:Klil' 01' 1 1. LL : ,' .IVoninr, 
ll„. 1. ].,..:. .nidHr.ifdti-KnivoJi "I "It—' Ki.itu, otoi 
r,-,-l.. ; '■■ ■■- ..„.,,■.-.! W.-.-lonli.,;,., .1: S,:w. .Me- 

ander's, and Kdmid U.mas A BuO'i Sheffield 
03-s'orssdo, wholoeale. ?3-3»l 




fi i-i' j"! 1 ''"' " ! ' 1 ' 1 '"' ", --'"ni'-i i>.-ij .>i.rin;i.. u.i. j 

' ■ :JI-n ;i Nil;;' .-...I-, li.'..,-,,l.'iiil ■■.' 



THE C A. L I F O US 3ST I A. FARMER. 



HOLCOMBE BROTHEKS, 





splcndidlv p 


□portioned n 




:it.l 












11,.- j.f 












icy pniii, bef 






w'', 1 '," 




w-hnt on en rib O 


linn 






G 






ii word lrr.il 


either, 






















tic '■mochiDo": 










loo color. II i 










"S^SSfSSw 


iionv, naked, ' 


what on 






i do with lb 




Ho Willi ft! 












f rnili>. r 


marked : «Wh 


, G 1 that 






skirl, n 




et." G 1 


oktii ar 


mi. 
















lh hlshandsi 




wis. 
















oorof (i tobi 


CO Ebo 






Aluiit (lie «n 


etime, on tighldollnr 






is picked up 


on the sidtmiik. .1 








Fmnll come, 


Eluded 




evening 


for a bear hnnl- — [ItnrvsTillo 


Eiprcs". 



IVeabiso Flaxsil.— Tho very bust thine; thu 
can b« torn ncil the ukin, in euranier os well n 
in winter, is ccimmon woolen flannel. One coin 




U-iiotJlo-nI. Thc-^ ar- 11i. ; |.rir,.:ii.|(... ih„, will 

■-■'■ "■ "' I' I i-'.-.r.-, .in I -i lb- j,ii linj .1.1 :„-,.| jri-ll 

li:.i. ..( |,„ lilt L, mmiM, ■» »iiibillei,.-r r lc-Hr.,rlb- 
g^JJ Jj» '< ""=>« « ll"> 'ore way tucinrnto and purify 



Etnry ■ln a l B .ub«ribor T alili «, .lull be not, 
E«d. "<i .bill distribute in Febmirj, H!HutiB E 
• nllh.iujuidior pgekigct. Eleb now uibMilbtr 

Hii'- ..r'thr'tr'inilwrlbari >nit 816, will int.! 

>|-l"-l'l ■: ,.-i|.|,r..,r,:,llI..-l,l„ fruit* »nd »< 

!!■■■ l.ii.i... |'iii-,i IUl f.,r one year. 

, f... li.e • objcrlb.-r. an 1 >■;'.. r.,- ,-rill .,.„.[ n.-c copies -it 
'Jj- l i ' | '""- ""' A'!:""' 1 : M'.lLly nod Altbur'a Homo 
■ Krl inmbm-rL - raHldiSO, «<l»ill c i<» tea coide. of 




CO o 

M = 

B 2 

n 

[x ft 

^S 

H 

Z 

BOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS. 

Y .Bared 1 " 



. Thojlock c!)miiri.-c», t;cn 



it their Wuolei 

HOLOOMBE BROTHERS. 



FOEDHAM, JENTSTESTG-S & CO., 

StGBTTi^oat Bloojk., - Corner Front and Jackson streets, 

IMPORTERS. JOBBERS, AITD BETA ILEUS, 
And Dealers In 

FLOUR, PROVISIONS, FINE WINES, TEAS, 

WOODEN-WARE, Se<D., 

Pain II lea 1 , Hotel, siilp. Farmers' and Handlers' Stores, 

Put «p to Order, and at Hie Loaeil Rata. 
iryGoodadalivarod Mutual. (0-101 FORDHAM, JENNINGS ■£ CO. 



GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE 

DR. F. G. JOHNSON'S 




MUSIC. JNS TlUJM ENTS, ETC. 

Pianofortes, Melodeons, 



■ " f L0D1ON3, liorton, hi" cUbHebed u 

Agency for the Sale of their Instruments, 
MOORE'S PACIFIC FORSITDfiE WAREHOUSE, 

No. ISO fllnnlBQUHTJ- Klnct, Nan Frnnelwro. 

Mr. COUIITA2 itlll t.ij- ,l..l,o,l ,1,,- I liii„ = u,, BD il Tuning 

i-T- ..cT-'-ri-d « loner [""-■■■ '■!■-'■'• '■" ' li-efori; -"1.1 ( ,n ibu P.cllju 
All pn...m v-i-lit,,:: t. |.-.r.i, ..-■ P„-o:.Imip . ..: .'Ll-ll:::,., 
' "" ■ v .1 -1'ir: "I llii-j .il.i.v,- yili.r,-,-, null «ri> l-lr,^ 

Ltf7 Hn nrm n-[|[ j.i in. i ■.■ lIL- Lil-ll'il ii-i 1 Ii the lmtrumcoU 
CALL AND SEE TIIEM. 1 i 



PATENT SELF-BEGULATING 

WINDMILL. 

MANDFAGTOnED BY 
D. VAN PELT. 

THIS MILL IS NOW WITniN THE REACH OF 
All,} Ullil Ili'liiB ror.-lr.i-! i-il ,11 .■! in.n, I- r.i.b'.nl 
' "■■-- ■-!..•( jwrr«I nn-l durnlli), 01 noli mtho luojt 
Wlu'lmlll in lh« iiorlil. 

n hnuj 1)10 
....(IIS 00. 



CKiIi 



Cnlioon'§ Seedling Plc-plant. 

UTS SPLENDID VEfiET- 
BLE i> no " 

:.b--l T trl"' 

lire 

<')'[-" 7 r'l'l'.-. :.i.'-l" . 

now rmilY to ulToi 
jIib bctl tciuu. 

Tho IBhsCrilMI 

nridol neor .Mr 




JONAS G. CLARK & CO., 

IMPORTERS £3S9 

MANUFACTURE/IS 3Bb 

FURNITTJBE, 

Waahington street, 

S.IN FRANCISCO. 



'INEST FURNITUBE, 

«od would Inrito Ihu ottcnlion or lb« [inbllo to 

OUR PltESKST BTOOff, 

Tte Largest ettr offered on lilt Pacific Cotut 



FIRST PREMIUM roUNOtirr. 

WM. H.U O ORE, 
San Francisco Brass and Bell Fouriucry, 

NO. B8 IULLECK STRBHT 
(Rear of Aracridn KichineoJ. 




Gauge Coc!«, Cylinder Cocks, Oil Globes, 
Steam Whistles, Hydranlic Pipes and Nozzles 

FOR MINIM PURPOSES. 
COUPLING JOINTS of ill tlici. tI0-93d 









;; ■'■" r "' ib«--k I., ,„,„,- ,.,„, .,-,,.,,:.,,,■ 

,b '"'■' VrARBBH 1 00. 



COAL Y ARD. 
C. H. EASTMAN. 

Wboicnalc and Detail Coal Dealer, 



Chile, Lohleh, Lire 



■ieiT.il), Scotch. snilUhgr 



j.t.POLi^j^ 




%ma>g yrju with mt fllrlily.lurir,.: the 
Dto.l rao'l.J [u/'Jii-:' ilNn.lrr'i'r 



m-tn lhi-;.,rjnc.jli.-.Tiwill [iloi'Ci.lisoiTO that thoi 
u.-ti rKtloronco oolnoun ft DOCTOR inrj o. 1)1100 
ft» thnn ii botrritcn a Unifeut ud t DmUt, iu 
mora m holnocn ib-.roshj liavo |.i.:l:,.| U[ , lb 



Unlicrlnic that llfo la .wool to nil, ami tout tho neon' 
•ruh tu know nhcro tlnv fin cut lliclr nro-c.i|ill..u' till. 
-Ill, ..if-.-lv, 1 "ill hu.caflor fill IbBm Tor 

Hoir lli= Price U.nnlli- Clinrgiil 
i; otbor DrurroisL-, lojlilmntu or llloeilimio, and 

I Inland mjr tloto (h.vll Iwj ONE ■>' Ihc belt, if not Til 

I'.I-ST [.tuce In r'ilif-.,nil.> l--. .,1-1., in .iv.irvihinir.NEV 
ODD in-l STEtANiri: \a <h': Jir.i.- Ii,... nnd ciuccinlll ' 
niko 11 tha nw-t n!ai..iv.- .l-.-|.,t l-r nrurT Tolonb 
'i.-i.l M. -I. -ii.... ll.-l.: .,„.| liL.-mi-.,] IV i. lrr.il.- ... 
■ri,-(.-. -.1 v. > i.ri...|.,nr l .l roliuWo Pjlont M..|i,i...i ... l- 
hntii aloft!-. Wo lia-o n lir^o rind ttioMUtblj Hio-r.ru- 

u-< Ii.,-,. (.,„,. ,.u :;i--i,, : 
Ud ehargonn m..i,. r.-r .... Ii-....-- Hun in tho day tlu. 



Wo will fnmlihthr.o. in ir,ji tC r,i 
ii:ii[.'i:-T- A'l ..'.>.-■( : ii,, ,,,[„.. l 
rthroop>xlcltlieai. 

!l.T,-if(..r irg v.-ill do a l,.i-li','..-- 
ONLY, Tho imounlj no hftra In.t 



■"I. -.. I.I...I--,! Hi. l.-.-.lin C-.lil.iral... 
). Ili;lil - -1..1..I.M LlMltM, fer'bp 



1---.-1., i..i|-,rt Ifaom, nr,J b..a 
[■ulilir -■'■ i" ]-ri.-... ml .iiiftliL- 
■mil. iv/i; wrLLTRV. 



MAIN ct WIN0I1ESTER, 

| Harness, Saddles, Bridles, &. 



ill Sli^c linrn™™,3i»jo El 



Iricludo ororjlblne roftdr to erect. 

DEPOT OF MANUFACTURE, 
Nan. SO and OS ltu~.Ii sii-eel, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 
WhoQ nny src.ilor nowor I- itnuircd. ibn price? "ill be 

being Increased to W li-. r -.-|oir,-i or m--io . .-.r.-i ;.,-,-li. 1 
f-,r ».,i |.,in-.:,- i.b-:r..- :i,vM.,-,:l.v |,.,,-r ,- .,..-.1. I .,.,-( 
ill ....in:..- 1- .!-.; Si.- . , s , Li._nn,- ivill, ft- rlikrt.ix- 

U.io.lm.11,' ■^■.u"/'nVt tl f'ii| U |'i| n cMnliii l B V/lls m1|.L° 

Ml.-b vi roil n Dili l:ili:-lV I b-.n i-f ,(., i,.l,-|.:;.li.,„. iin.1 

.il.ililj [.. i.-ii-t rb.oi |.ui-|--.-.. elEciiiiilly uml fully. Il L. 
i 1 .,!i!-..;..lh:r H'ii. Ii..i I - il. ir lr , .:..|. : 1 . ,li „.,.,l..t,„ 1 -, 
Ibov tl.llc ..r;ili--l,..ry I- ; L n:. 1,1,1 Miinll ,:i-.v, :1,1V l-.ll,-, 
..-.lil.-li »„. , let- , ,1-1 „|-.„ I-. iri.i.jiulc ilm :.|.r.-.i-l of llio 
i„lll- -li.-r,..,-, 1-y It ]■' Ii .li.bnsin'a rment Ibo I'in> 

.■''.il'.'li, lb- Uif,' "T.I.: - .Mill-'^'i'ii"!-.- .,-'■ ri--':'-|l v'"l;' 
pote "here itnljuoiirjr rnncr U Wlnleri. 
KT PloiM e«ll nt the DEPOT. No» TO nn-l !U BD3H 

^ J l'.!;r. I , ,-,,. 1 ,:u..,i --.; ■vIl-ti- 111, ',l..,, u l ,-,-j:- ,--.-. Ill 

rJii'..ii-k. , .ji.'-n 1 -'li-'.i. '!■' . i,",'.'i"i'",- ;'";.- '„,.' 

orer nil othot Mill- l,,,.nr., or „f nl.i-.-l, in- 1, ,-,-r. kn.„-.-|- 



PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, 

<oibo., cfcc, cbo. 
OLIVER & BUCKLEY, 

H*VB NOW LANDING AND IN STORE, AND FOR 
3.000 keji Wlii [..■ I.'-,), 

11 I I I I [I liuidnw), 

lli.Oil c--.ll.li,- S,,ln... T.lrrHTjUne, 

■i-WI L-.,ll-,r.- .t!,-..:,.,|...i-i,.,-r..-.-„0l ! i lir.-. 
i'.fOJ L-.H...-I- y-.nil i,,K, " '■ - - 

»« dOKB P»i"l Md W 






In lots -to suit, 
86 and SS IVaslilncjIon street, 

And BT and S3 Oregon itreet M -■-,. 




PIANOS, MELODEONS, 

Alexandre Organs, and Music I 

Prices Greatly Reduced ! 
HORACE WATERS, 



















coo lotlfj to lh'-ir .-.- ,1 .,.,..l:lv .;.:,! J.ir ,1,11 ,,-/■_ (Wind i 

■ II, \V,,t. /.-. K-,| .- [,. vr fir, INtIoi: ,l-,-J one of your 

-111 ' 

v j.'.i iir.'-j '■','; 'k"'"'2\'' ''""■' "''""■ '" """".' ■'.*'■ 

.1- ■,. ■ .!-- „r..i ( .. .1 . -j-.]. r : ■ ,ii -.-,-.■: I ,.l,---.-t i-.itbthoD 








M0? 



L. HASKELL, 



3?RODXTOE. 

uAtcomraunirjlloiib.-liit.o'ii.j'i, .-['u,:'.', \',"a". i',.',,".- ',',■ 



UKrnlV-oui on'w Jeh'yoii'iiirB 

1 ■ ■ ■ . ■ r. ".v'lM ■■ 'v.. , ,,.,",, :\: ,'V 



,- ■ ~;T....„.-l. -1 1. ill: .in i.-„ni[,l--l|..i,. II.- ir;lv 
-Wi- :.n- i-.T) iho-I. .1-1,;, ,1 ,-- ;.,,,,, I: , i:,_- .. n i o. mcll 1 






Wrtrerooms, 333 Broadway. N. Y. [2 



The AnniTersary and Sunday-School 
Mtiiio Book. 

N'i 




ryni-; \„„t 

1 lli.ok, \, 





THE OALIPOBNIA FAB MEB. 



Letter from Indiana 



tho ovorlanfl Moll. 



BniTOB FAME": 6llicc ,n) 
markablynnifunii w « lb " ; B 

Uonflnj, moderating, Kith lul! ' 
TucsdW, ra' fd ' cl " u,l - v - :liui "" 
rfjd „_ v . rein all daj;TbU«d 
rain ; PridV, cool, "f" 11 Tnu 
day, decidedly "blue,' < Jlcn 
about 10' beSotr '"•> '" ll "' ' 
After making out" ^-''"^ 
Heather Itfl °" ° vl! "' 1 '" 
how mcleorolo^cd "(Bin io" 
temporaries- We art "nf ""- 
we tvani a chaiijreT ° , 

acceptable, M "™ hflV f nt " 

melted uH". 
fccooftqnonccofioBi-ing ra 

Eoup ftwrinij, wheal U '. C " 
ground lo rather an BlannioE 
presents a very rJpii'J "J'l"' 1 '-" 
tbe ground about Wo men ■ 

Although the irielsr hai "J™ 
bare nude alarming inroads mlo 



B former correspond 



I promised s 



Ibing concerning o cert 
man is Wni- Taylor, <vho preached some y.ars 
ibe streets of San" Francis™ (not Sacramento, 
Slated In the correspondence referred lo). 
passed through Rirkv ce.iniy, = : '»['!""S" '' ! ' " '. l " 
,t Vrrsailtc.-;, the county seal V" u ' ol ""' '"' 
jifciw), and preached up qnile a reviral, sor- 

nbunt forty. Ilia legHiWale objtrCl, 1 believe, « 
lo sell books, two of ivbkli aie by himself; a 
vury creditable books too. The proceed* are lo 
applied lo building- a «»»"■" i» 1°°' <*T- We ° 
gelling onr moneys 



ookd, oluot 
much for ; 



away off there in Ike Und of gold, nhilc vrc are 
as much in need of charchc.=a_= yon can be. 

The women or Indiana art "up aud doing-." On 
or aboot tbo 2Mb day of January, Ibcy, in con- 
vention assembled, mcinorijliied the General As- 

lb«a. "On presenting the petition lira. Mary F. 

wis pleased to characlerrze it, "in tbc voice of a 
lick kitten, jet in Ihe manner ot n dying cat." To 
give yon some idea, both of the manner nnd mat- 
ter of Ibis address, I trill giro nn cilruct or two : 
•■All n*c claim for Roman it, tie centural of llie 
ini'iidid— ;ittc[il tti-r :].-' :• ritiitn. Nihv fl,,-. is 
denied theriybli.l ,-Siii.-n-:iiii. ujmIuII Hjv Imiilnr- 
inc lnii>l:ilir. B c.f rcnliiri! . mil nil ndjeut luT rf- 
Inliuna bjnii.i[iir.i:-ri ,.i ili< v.nrJ.J <iiki] ilu-iii. 

fully unlit rlic 13 llins lit 
:b lie true dignity of hi 



3(r. Gwin, from ilio Cuinmiiut' Lin P,.M Run its. 
cnnrl.'il .Li] miL,ii.lr,HTi! .,[] Mr. Iir.„l.:ri,-I.'.. i.ill (.,! 

FociBc Telegraph, woicli vr«s reftrreii. 
luecn of Spain hna been in ,U, ...iWr, ' ■■■ ; i -- 
rHhthoPr<aidrat B l»u^nrrpnKo%r n oX. W 

Fnoii oIbuco.— Vera Crai dalca tu Ui's mh Feb. 

,..„. v.li.i iv, i: in.i.ill il I'l-.-.-i'ltiit. The !n(t,T rv- 
rrolcl 111,- ].i-ILliu:U ! ,ri-,,[H'l-lil,.; [ „I,r,l l..y Il.il.lc •. 

i:.i.-:l. fill'! ■N|.[,r .1 KnI.lis'Vl"-'- Till: ["r-ll.ll 

in! 1-iL-l ■ : fi .-ururiiiiii'lcr- luiil iiicrui'iltd if] cnfuri-- 
i(j lln ir .IcfTiiinili. nl V.'tn L'ru,-, mil liiirl] riili.-.- 
-,-ru rt-slori-d furlli'.villi. Tivu-iliirdi of ihe rcv- 
nuo Is seturc.l Id En-land nnd France. Tho 

mi-Menu Cfin.-ul [iruffipllv pr.ili-li.-il ii^-,iiii.-l -mil 

UerfercDco. 
A hill DWli-liinL- .j!n! ]'riiljiliiiinir ~liiien- in tin- 

Ti-rriliirv, Im- pn- 1 lln- K ifi-.ii Lc^ijlallirt'. ti'.v. 

Mtdaiy will doubtless veto it. 



She 



veiled nidi tbc sinctiuns anil privileges of 

ship. If lie iT.crr.iit ul iliii riplil i- ]ic,-f,.-..rv lo 
H.,. |.iTfL-Li.l. i<-li.|:r!i.::il .,i f„:if,-; iiiiml iiud wl'mk- 

being-if h..- (,.l, ],ii.,/..n < Sv,-jnV.|. i.,1,11..^ ■,-, 

I...I- I,mii ? dL-jiriu-J nf th.ii ri.-ln. Hill [JUl tllf .• .11,11- 

ar L -Quic D : ippfj io traawi, * * * 

°Botwerfo»itl)atiiol[--!it Ji^ibiliiits pbulll.c 
any » 



Lrii'.lnr., ia i.-i.-.-. r .| l,. v ,,Uii 




Ifw 


IT 


pirn 






















Other to. 


laconpc 


ency 




the 


II'U IS,-, r'ii.'., 1,'.'" ,.,'„'. .'.' ''.'!. 


andcr, w 


fillly bel 


eve 






















<"■'! -■'■■ I'Jfl In r.-pi;.! ll,.,i 


















































"!"'Hv •■-llll ,I,.l,:l, Tl 










li .' .„■■ ■■„, ',' ,' ' " 




















'?<**«** laid upon, 

^-'r[:;;:,7f;;; 










•objects to lie slum of iri 










And here Ihe nrgumc 










'■■■I- - [ ■ -..- , l ■ L ■ i,l .tn.vi- r, Hi 










*», vulgar earen,™, an 












TWljolesnlo Produce Report. 

|' n TrL-v--! <■;,- I." ri!^, II. 'II .V- C.\ C-'iiiMiL'-lun Merchants, 
l,fc* JSMaBMJPculoei, 4»cvt.*2Ma 3M 



Son Franclacn Oattlo Market 



'■.- i|l,:.v.' .|:,|,.I,'.. i.rr 1 - j.ilc.-., a.1 fi.lluiyn ; 

r— ,'.[„.■.',■■„,. |it.[ ,;„-.ILl/, Jin 4I n . 3 r .„,Ul|. Q, 

, llc^HI: Wqwilil,. 1 -.; '.II-.,-; :i-l n-j-Jllj, ■; ;j ic. 

n>s-sje i> a. I.ju.n— ]fJ i Mc 1> m: 

.— Tl,. |r.- .:■!. IN ;. 1| L - ,lj.. : ....] [^ . .. p. 

L-Al B « 10c Jp BJ._[BiilltUn. 



With regard lo Itic obi 
cltinunot Iiidiiini, 1 .I-,, 



CUrlil-, l-rilla,,!,!, ' 

J- , -il.-. iMTin, M ,\,' ,, . lv 

1H ;- l ;? r :'| " ni ';■!■■. i-i-ii; 



Betnil Prices at VaihiDirton Mat Let -' 



;..'-■ iv ,7 




T*BKBBV >T h". 

Press, in noticing 
Tannery, ai that place, by T. IV. Unoclnalcr, vi, n 
"ill conlinuo the busin.es*, noys: Tbc kUhci 
lurncaoutM this yard linj i,eca of a uniforail, 
■Uperlor eUameier, and found r^dy in | c at Ihe 
best pnecj i„ jr^njariUj. aT , a BncmtDeDto. The 
only 

roper energy 



ft ootn,«nilltcly suon pcrt od. 



WHBBLBB Ob WILSON 

M4HlIFACTimiH6 COMPAHTS 

SEWING MACHINES. 

343 Broailivsiy, Spiv Yorli. 
Agenda throughout Ihe United Stata. 

Hlghral Promliim ajjaln awarded by tha American 
ln.-liiolc. .1 lha Cry.lal Palaco, Kov. fl, 1667. 

Also, blchejt Premium anarJod al Ihe Illii 'I' -'UH- 

Fair, anil .M.irvlno.l In.-lil.ite, llilllmora! and 

alaine Htato Fat.. 

SEE THE FIRST PREMIUM 

SEWING MACHINES. 

WIIEELEll k WILSON'S SEWING MA- 
i.:m.\i:s i.Mk the FIRST PREMIUM ol Ibo Ho- 
chanTBy Fair. Sept IB58. 

Wliei'lcr oju Wilson's Sewing Jluchinos 
fVcro ncomiaciideJ Ihe Ullllll-MT HflEMIUM al 
Ihe Slate Fair, alarysvllle, Angutl, IKS. 

Wheeler & Wilson's Sowing Machines 
Were recommended as Ihe 11E5T FOR FAMILY 
USE, at Ihe San Jots Fair, Sept. 1 SS3. 

Wheeler & Wilson's Sowing Maoliintid 
Aro aiMpLi, nol liable to «l cut of order, mako a 
Itleh alike on t.,Ili <i lc. "i lb,, f-il.ri- -nv, 1 :■.:: 
'■-■" ariglnalsiiwil.bj- ' 



corner MonlEomsry and Saeramonlo it 

Oplnloai or tha Bow York Fran. 
prefer tbem for/onn, M.-TrOvnr. 



MobI banonblo Lo American geattut. — radrjvtti-iL 
Wo caanoE Imairlne aaylhlng mare perf<Kt,— Afran>r 

Admlnnlv BdapTcd lor fomlly rue— (AronicJt. 
IndUpeoMblolncTerjfnmtlj.-^TiiiiPrfiiottT, 
Wapndjollwlih cdlnulium. — Cirltitan ImlrlL 
Vfunliy of Ihe hlgacrt atvard — fo^eatA D«urJtr. 

MaijlcalloopcnUiiB.— -Vn. SUftaif Maililt. 
Bajowl all quutlnn, lii nuchlnet— Hfi (tlaj, 

Our noiiHiliold li In cotulca wilh It— ratta'i Spin 



NURSERY BUSINESS. 



30,000 

FEUIT TEEES 




ii.lly .Tj|:--r:.,r- 

etriy qaallty. — Day t(-ut 



SACRAMENTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W M . B . HUNT, 

IHBE8, SKINS, g]x§$ 
WOOL asd TALLOW. ^*- 

Office on Second streat, a«a II, 

SAO HAM EM TO. 



Pioneer Establishment. 
FOHcnrlnE-orFISlI of all kinds; £j 
AN'DB\ro, 1 
"" 'lad-and I-tcklcJ SaluiKO and Ilerrinei, narranlcd 
ior i]Unlilj. In packagei lo tail, 
(ubieribor li con onea B od in Pork PaeklnK,Bnd 
JOJof wtcndlni; the lif.-loc-, f", fl, .- llllf , ,.-,. |, . 
rchasr, =ell-falted Hog. in an, qaanlky. 
ablUemnat h " ,l « 0,,c(l to •* 

On hand [and for fale-oae hundred tons of SALT 
rjtwl, = i. fjiuntm, Carohino Island and China 
jupcrlor qualily HEO. COOPER 

Fronl slreol, nppoiiio Wnlcr Wotki Baildiair, 



Premium Marble Works I 

?- J. IDE-CJ-IlNrB ae SHOTHBH-, 
aACRAMHJTO, CAL. 

Marble SInnlali and Gralca, MonnmenU, tomb and 

<::- -:.,n:.. Tibloaud Cjunlcr Tnpi, llarblo und Free 
»ne Tile, llrauitn and FrcCitono S1II3 aud !,!„;■ I , .■, . 

AJI klnilf uf Ornamenlal Work dine with dispatch. 



RIPPON & HILL, 




SS^Ef^c-s 



PEACH pus -^r^ b^iTan^^r; — - 

,J t Vr la " "" «" Ut "» ^», 1* Wa.bla.lon 



ACIFIC MANUFACTORY 

EMPORIUM, 
Uanafastnron of nil kiutli ot 

Largo and t3ca.ll, f , ovc ,y boBiucs-, 
THE BBHT WORKMEN. 

°^^^EITLER^-^- 

Americari ami BnriiMi 



S FINE CUTLERY 

BPAU1,EB3 ' MECHA8.cs 



Boat Agrioultnral Imr.l BW ,« ■. 



TOOLS, 
GRAIN CRADLES, 



Wwa 1 ht « nIiiM , ^ N \. 00 ' 

* " rB0 H oan f ranelic 



CITY OP SAN JOSE. 
D . T . ADAMS, 

M RESPECTFULLY IHFORBia 1113 FRIENDS ANE 
*S tbo public thai he hia Tor sale a ehoieo Hock of 

APPLE AND PEAR TREES, 

ire hardy, and bare been grown wllb mneb can 
clcitncrj.-r.'orl.. eileat nf variety, siio andvlir- 
enmlb, lo civo cntiro nallsfactloo. 

.. ..I'r.CIM. rill 'in'3l «-.■ „«„rl. ,1 10 tbo propridoi 

nr.iTOti i,,|,i, Tr "".2yei«otd,l luDT|lrlel[cl 
3.000 I'enr Treea, 1 yuc old; 



-1' :vlll !■.- niiJe, bftrelj lunicEenl to 



Fruit and Ornamental 

TREES AND SHRUBS 

Hosts, Vines, and Exotic Plants. 

PARSONS & CO., 
Flnshing, near Hew York, 

Their EXOTIC DEPARTMENT, occapjing 1 
Tlieir KOrfE* Oe'partineiit conioins"^ large afsort 



,|. l^..-.' ,.'■.■ ,,,r,. f,- ,'.,.rl:.-l ,,■■■ .] : ,f. 

i.hIi,,"hi'i:n i,i;i>i:.ii ih;i'ai;tment thev 

i,i',:r.i l.-,r:-.,l,,.-!f.,l ■..ill :t..i..i ■,...! II,, mv I J( MJ 1" "J Ji b . I ~, 
RIE.-i, p n LUMS, PEACHES, API'LKS, 4c. Tbeo',,,, nc™ 

In Tho'lIARDv' ORNAMENTAL DEPART- 



Spinau, Litars, Forsythias. Weigtlcac, 

Sttiiirlias, Andromtdai, Pyrus Japonica, 

Nuricay Spruce, Decidtiaui Cypress, 

Larch, Ash, Maples, Beech, Linden, 

They bnvo made the RHODODENDRON 

.■it I. Hi" ei'i-n-li-i.' [.nii'-i n! I'm ..( the RARE crererfcui, 
. . Rof lmr>t,rliu_- i.iii.ii li , I i.:-,. ,!■■ |. -...-, I i',,.,.. |.,'v, i..J 
lha reacb of nny but Um menltby. 

Thny car, lliii- .nil r iiIiii.'.Ih ril^r.ii'-n iliii dneforu, as 

Pfd'ii-iitpu.t, lii.ii 11-ji 111 rrtu in. Cciikittntunis, 

Thujiopsi,, Taxuscrccla. 

For UedgeB, Ihcjrwonltl rail attniiiion to (be 

oT^fTec'iid C u''''io' ' y'" ^ W ^^ ul ™ P " , ^™dn&™d'iI 
A gne-alor T-r.i.i- C^i(,.yi; ( mil I,., ..™i nn application. 
X3T Careful olid, :,.-,., !■■ ;M,. : i, t„ 1',i-,:i.mi , l ,..| e-,i:,v-ii: 



Pacific Mail Steamship Company's line 
TO PANAMA, 

VTA. IF-A.ISJ-.A-M: A. RAIIHOAD 



For New York and New Orleans. 

THE ONLY BATE AND BELIADLE ROD IB. 



*m& JNO, L, STEPHENS, gJBfi 

Fn'.i™jrri aod Trnuarrv for PAItAHA, 

- - - - - UAHCII1BTII, 

■ I u o'clock, A. M>> panctaally. 

tr/tbe P. 11. 3. Co.'. Lino are landed on Ibeb- 



e litbmna to Aspimvall, 



[?• Treason! for iblpmenlwDI ho 
Nf, nKtEhrirjriso frdili" iidi L receive 
Comnani'l Odlce f'ir If -blpnrr.l. 
[3?- Surtrclsbt or palace, apply Lo 
FORBES L B, 



i BABCOCK, A^enor, 



California Steam Navigation Company. 



Departure daily from Jndfrox itrttl diorf, el 4 <-\r<rJ.. )-..\r 
CARRYING UNITED STATES MAIL. 



CONFIDENCE. 

wii.son o. iiirnT, 

m;;i^i.i:v. Copt, F, c. M. Cluuli.1. 
— " it. Thoa, Sceloj i 



Hnrytiville, 

Colnsa, snd 

_ Bed Blnffa. 

Fur rurlJi-.Tnartlculpri iii.iiiln: nt tt-i- OiriccoftbeComnan 1 
..:„ , "iM.ri.,,,,, and Front itrcas. " ■ 



nnd PANSY MAJOR, 

"V^r^asJase-h^inV ' ',' 
Freight, apply U. 



HENRY HEWITT & CO., 

AHB NOW UANnFACTURIIIO TO OBDEn, 

Wiilart's Grain - sower anil Harrow, 

At tboir Mnnufnelory (rear ef nobh.', Ollmnro A Co.'s 
"■■- J-.Li-tt.ryl, MARKET STREET, near Pino tlrcot, 



San Ftanelrco. 



WILLIAM THUKNAUBR, 

Importer of French and Gorman 

FANCY BASKETS, 

English and American Willow-ware, 
Cana and STUloir Chain, Ladles' Work-stands, 
H TOYS, ETC. 

»*« Oenuinn Wr y fuit 
SANDWICH ISLANDS, 

J A c °^TiH^" E B E R • 

Nest door lo ,, T■,^ ,, 'I. ,lt, 

lnl °rnatloDal Hotel. 

'Nrstnis about jPn*ii nn TC7 

VV UYDE'S PATENT h ° lr "^nnla,., lo t ,. en. of 

.^taSf'J Poat-Drivers. 

ju l'onittrta ii,„." ,':■ ' :: '; ! ' " nrinl «i«y liava |,ai 
Bd.lroa^ji^^J^^tiaan^db.^iri,, .\,|." l ';. 1 ; 



o-ta-XaijPoxiTiri^. 

General Intelligence and Einigralion OiSce, 

Ho. 323 Greonwleh street, corner or Unone, 
JSTE-W YOKE. ' 

Till' SL'FU-i-lil(i!;rLi, uf-rim--! tl> tiT^lafur.aation tolbma 

[l i mll !SEvi*ierB C ! p "5"* f 1 '' 1 " ■ be '™nd by Ihoae goio B , II 
tccurini! p«!H, E cr> acainit Ibcijrcaii Sbijkkjijexhuxi .Htadlo, 






SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM, 



119 
Washington St reet, San FratiDisoo. 

SOC3A.KT BROTHEH, 
TMP0RTE11S of Ennlish Double and Sin ale -barred 
J- Onsa, Shot Pouches and Ponder Flasks, Colt'. Ro- 
jolvori Eloy's Caps and Don Wads, Sharp 1 . Riflei, Qon 
Matelals, RIDo Barrel!, and every arliele ia the trade 
necouary for tbo SinrUroan or Manufuctoror. 
. **" •' -••■'■ ' '■-'" ■-• >• •■ ■>-■• ." ■ '-J-.fi... 



OA.r.IF03=t3ST IA- FARHdER. 

List of Agonts. 

leLrbterntthcl\Ljl.oHico,aadtbomaBoywillcomodlioct 
V.lis, FiBOO i CD.,alaniarfrOjT«tfntit(AlM. 

l...t,.11^"r', 1 ..'iV','iV.'l:<Vt , /ro! , ** B """' 

I..W.rUtiaDUf,l>nieia, 

*' 
J. N. Dl'BLItlT, Eon., iVaoa Cl, t a „4 Caavlf 

aw ■i'.'^i:, :• -ifU-. Jia«a>. O. 

H. D. Illu, Muniy'i Maid, fu^il SoubJ. 

i-.ir. 1 lsl. Ageina. 
A. 0. Moon, Ken-York City, by tl,,ci SulnrrfHlJIi <ad 

.r.!i-Trr...jr,'::r,er, ■,. .,...;-! IJ:. , ,:< U<> fallen ,1'M 
11. M. Wiutnxi. l.-w, ll.-i-.'.ut*, H,-,.-.i,,.: 1 ;,:*,,*. 



tit*linjttini Iliad, JUradon, Kill rtciirr S*l icripl L.a I 
tl. Qoa«:o, S«..riln-,J 1 a r ;,, l -lllr.trie,S.i, -lplJ»n, 




VOLUME XI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA ; FRIDAY MOKNI> 



NUMBER 7- 



8>j}s fetliteia: ptmn. 



Apple-Tree Borers. 



1 It 


e tinui wh 




apple nnd other Trait 






nir™ 


cd with Ihe Turioos 






chn 


c among Some of tho 




[' tile tin- 


arrii* 


t and gardener. A* 


nn 


.[.tn- mi' 




snn sends forth his 






tbei 


sects begin to hatcb. 


nm 


of the cu 




rshooid he kepi wide 




sh the in 


ruder 


and strangle tbcmio 


Ivd 




linlii 


, a few moments spent 








where the web of the 






end, n 


id where the borer Is 




lis work. 


'I'm 


stray the first is easy,. 


the 




dling 


cr, and to entirely de- 
n little tin pail with 




uds and 




ge lo Trash o\er the 




tree when 




est was forming, will 


wr> 


k. The borar 


found by his chipsy 


nnrl. 


his path 


Thoy nee found in tvr» 




towing 


mm- 


ihe earth from tho 




of the ire* 


it ( 


easy to ascertain if 




>cre 1) no (ulijvcl 

•i St**. .:,; ,,;;,;' ;,;.;,''<, Zf.!wZ'7u, \ " iu °* ,h » n ihis of " p, "' Lfic ttni,t * a *. ^«< *» 

but rather, ihai -,vi u.jy . il.iLii iln- ' htn-ili-d to prut ti L-illy hy Col. Fiteli. Thelnti 



iniu Gn*iss — Tbnto who rood™ ijjeoUnei 
' «wJ« of araiu nnilgre!MS,wlllFle4H>noto tbemin tbrli 
' Iwolu, Ihrii pn»lh aid ititee'.f, and report lb. ramc. 



■Xcws about California, 
he: urn- Interests will now he regarded iibrond. 
[tend llib ktliT ofuur turtospoinient fron Sew York, 
'j B v"Vi, ^ rd "* caB be Ioft ttl onr of,itn for ** 



amies of tho peerless Snlrnno 

ialed in beauty "nd grandeur by 

ij*nnt den butiillles). Who does 

ose, tho iuoen of HowersJ Of 

extensive: collections we have 

ir Provost of Snn Josli eon pie- 

nssortment. Hia collet lions of 

budded standard rosea are surpassingly Eno, and 

,v is n very appropriate season to order them. 

, ln.rie tverrborly will iraul thta. ir they do, 

ilifiojnsl .Imp iniu ttrnvts A Williams, and 

k at the samples. They nre ngenta of tho 

itiii" pird^u,; of Mi-nsitur 1'revost. 



50 



THE 



"^HlFOENIAPAEMEE. 



M the luUtll 

id> as L 
We que 



Leaves of Tinea and *tanta 

Is his work od the "Klcments of Agricultural 
Obemtlby," Sir Humphry Davy, speaking of the 

Candollc, Knight, nod olli 

"The train, the great sources or Ute pci 
bcaalyof vegetation, though infinitely di 
In their (anas, ate in all case? simitar in 
organlmfiuii, and perform the same functions. 

"The nlliuniom spreads itself from the foot 
stalks into the very extremity of Iha loaf; it re 
Inlas iu vascular system and it* living powers 
•ml it* peculiar tutice, particularly the trachea; 
may he distinctly seen in the leaf. 

"The green membranous substances may be con 
sidered M an eslcajiou of theparench: 
ii,.,. ,..i,i ucjn c.iverinn u the cnldcrtni 
orpiui*" 1 "'" of the 
■raced Into the leave 

"Oue great use nf too. leaves is for (ho exposure 
onhcsnpioUioinlliieneeorthcnir, beatondligbt. 
Their furfiiee is intensive, the tubes and cells very 
delicate. 

"In the leaves taneh of Ibu water of the sap Is 
ii combined with new principles, 
organiniir fum ii™-, ami prol-i- 
bly )>»*«; i" its prepared slate, from the Cllremi 
tabes of the nllmrnnm into the ramifications of the 
cortical l«lic,«, and then descends through (be barb 
"On the upper surface of leaves, which is ex- 
posed to the * mi, Hit epidermis is thick but trans- 
imposed of matter possessed of 
n, which is cither principally 
eons clii'iiiical 
tnbstaoco. In the gnusEj it ii partly lllll 
the laurel re=inous, and in the maple and 
is principally constituted hy a substance ai 



Tho Bnttea and the AvaLmobeas. 

About twelve milts from Downiuvillols i moiin- 

In, one of the highest in Hie Slate, turrctcil by 

imcnso perpendicular acclivities, called "the 

1 In rr, la time past, tlio ac cumulated 

if snow nnd ice, frequently becoming sud- 

■tachosl from the rocky pinnacles, rushed 

i, bearing away 

fragments of n 




THE C .A. L I IF O it N I -A. FA.EMBE. 



51 



lisctlhnj. 



1 of Are ■ ■! :l .1 lightning pen, 

□pQD the heart, of men j 

uno the Truth's conricllcns send 



O'er tho world's darkened page 



Our sagos cry "How wo progress 

Aye— an lo deeper wickedness; 

A° down lio awful pnTclploe, 

Hushes Niagara's tide. 



Cold Pride with jeers and crocl taunL-, 
Laoghs In Ibo b»TC»rf roce ofWonlr 
And nuked Falsehood boldly vaonla 
Trnth is at end. 
Where is Ihc glorious sense of Bight ! 
Cowed back In terror's wild affright, 
I! i ■■ [■■ the ii si is ■.■ rs -.1 blight 
Of srla-nt Wrong. 
The Golden Age baa had its rule, 

Or Lucre and of Power lha tools, 
God a I the hearts of mortals knock:, 

Bat still Ibey on and heed turn cot, 
Knr let biro in. 



And with tlii thunderbolts they play ; 
As though Uierc were no Judgment I 
. Beyond the tomb. 



7k that e'er dnelt on a foreign shore, 
Willi lbe billons 'twiil you and tbo lovrf of yon 
Did tbo heart ne'er beat wilh a joyiios bound. 
As It echoed the word* of that Ttliont sound; 
"Loiters from home!"— Ob! full thoy como 
To the desolate heart of an exiled one, 
in springing m 

a lonely dole, 

llrioging visions of hope, and Joy, and love. 



doles, she threw nn air of novcllv about her fu< 
miliar theinc, mid furni»lied her audience niih nv. 
unusually o uicr liiiuiiijr lecture. What more hack- 
neyed subject tlinn the training uf the rising 
gcocTOtionf Yet genius nnol goodn 
lllc bcolen bighvriivs of thought 
flowers ond fruii.-. Wliut mure n>mi 
log than ihi 



of a 



■yV Yet oil it 



folicilously [...inlcJ I 

the mclbodl "f tn'ti" 
tooirn that Ihc bopc 

■■hvdm-beoded eoven 



iriphlnc 
it by It 



■ iila pole through which tttfl three hh< 
is -Im tarh umolmd answered, "1 shun 
ciiflh oiiid impatiently, "1 told yol 
! would'nl ahul Ibe gate; you mini 



^h 




a led or home n 


mi 


assmmsaasj^sgainiiaiisan 


111 




nd of religion 
nl, social, esth 


111 


ue 


ce; of physical, in 


M 


id 


arly lead children 


la 


o the great school o 
them with the mniii 


ill 




me of life, of 






and of power. Sh. 






nleresl them 


II 


n\ 




■id 








l-i 


the world of fancy 




hi 








. She would disci 




■■ their intellects 






riding cntcrtnlnlnj 


',; 


a" 


c>llC ivuuld 

d obedience It 


,.,. 


1 


BimU, by fostering 



,■ ^veiling lo the vunng mind the Jove of God, 
id the loseliiu-' of i.'hri.t. riiildren am only 
jurcd In- iiilti.liii-iiie-f :inil drilling in creeds and 
ji:lrincs>. Many religi.iu= ]),i|iirs mid luniks di.-- 
gnud for youth, on' liurilul t.. Hil.ii. Thcleclur- 



■B.I. Discarding till 



, hcr%j7i™V r treatment. "While, they 
ifflrm Ibe ni^:.-iu r.f a change of heart as 
lllc lie ■ > in n i n i; nl' n n Iil-iou- life. ztge would trust 
' 'lilliBand goudnessof childhood for 
it of curly piety. Many of her 
(edly would deem her teachings on 



All, I 



t been impressed wirh 



ind nobleness of most of 11 



ighted with 

llie unite fill ljtarins; ill lilt lettiinr. iiil'l ihnrmr'J 

"". tbo beauties of her stvlc, sviih the Hashes of 

deliealo wit, and the variety of her store? 

ered both from reading and observation. 

:c Greenwood had endeared herself to (ho dit- 




to Ibis devoted friend of Lbe young. Had lb 
been a hull of twice lbe capacity of the iiclodc 
it would, undoubtedly, have been filled; asitw 
evcry pnrtnf the hall was packed an hour bef 
the lady-lecturer mode her appearance. B. 
brought in chairs ond rented them ; gelling fr 
twenty-five to fifty cenla for the useof them. 1 
The spacious platform or slagewns crowded a 

crowded before, leaving only spate foi 



the 
the 


throng. A more flattering rec 


in 


ur ailj, Would Grace Grccnwc 


tlji 


■clotionB of her eager auditory! 



given their hoJf dollar fe 
others who coming still later, could only 
This was the question ill many misgiving 
Al! good writers nrenol good speakers; ulli 
rdiioni do not prove, on trial, lo bo popular 
ers - all brilliant paragraph in Is cannot dii 
well j and this applies especially to ladies, 
ever girted n-jih tbo pei 

nally, Ibcy are rarely endowed 
irnlorlcal ahillHes. 
"The lecturer opened her theme admirably, 
banished from the hall every apprehension of 

orerjbodj inio a pleasant mood, nnd c 
criticism by her frank, cordial, orll 

n'i«Si "J, ™,7 1L, p> h, r K" l P l,ic 8t >; lr - h ." u 

'"" allusmns. and h,.r panoraraic pitlui 

rid how oHlre-liko 



NUI18ERY BUSINESS. 



30,000 

FEUIT TEEES, 




D . T . ADAMS, 

SBESPECTFULLV 1BF0HMS IIIS PB1EHDS AND 
tbo public that bs has Tor sale a cholco stock of 

APPLE AND PEAK TREES, 

f .-■/'(■."("/.If. PREMIUM w-J ssrunJcd to lbe pmpricmr 

Kllic CnlUurnL> 65 =-■■ i ■ ■ .1 :ri:-i!n:v,l ■■ -i.-.v. it IhdrAnnool 
ir, I >■:.:, f.-t liir HEST AFfLK K U I t--=t: It V. 
Ponies dtilrln E lopunrtuc InrBcljnio rapKlaDj (oLehcd 

10,000 Apple Tttom, ^JCiraold,I, M „j i ., l _ 
0,000 do do 1 rear old. { "™ "ncllct. 

1,000 do" do i |o " on tbo tmoi Brosd. 

Icaveit Aari'i" IJniliif. IOM-r,n, rlf ■ 
Atso-A iood i-.vmir n: .'I i; I ' rill. \K I.-? .„,,l liuoii:- 
BEltiUEiilJaltoniln 0};.-\PE-ri,\FS. 






nnd pernio" oidertoff TnT* 



Uodlag, Alrtso, To 






Fruit and Ornamental 

TREES AND SHRUBS, 

Roses, Vines, and Exofic Plants. 

PARSONS & CO., 

Flushiiig, near New York, 

«r3a. INVITE j"' 



Tbeir EXOTIC Hi-'.l'ARTMEN'T, ocenpjing a 

worthrtbolnji™ii..iiornJlior.. The turii-u.:- i I i:»'i Ii; 






^OPM^ROUNiTdEPARTMENT the: 



APPLES.ie. ToccoreoosT 
In ff \'iio"llABDY n ORNAMENTAL DEPART- 

U0U3 ond £VEltGllEEN TIlEfa nej EURCOi', fur Use 
"bT"«<.! , |T;ciyKr S e°io.nd«™J*.old otogrctl redn™ 

Spiraas, Lilacs, Font/thins. Wtigeteai, 
Stuartitu, Andromcdas, Pyrui Japonica, 



Larch, Ash, jHWcj, iJcecft, Linden, 



1 hoy hi 

iy-. -..Ill;, :,: 



, Muni 

■do tin; RHODODENDRON a 

;j™s?o ul o! ™rVa5 

Podocarpus, R'.linnsji-.rm'jiii, I'cphulotariu, 
1'hujiopsU. TaxuxtTtcta. 



•3T" Caretul auendon l> 



/l'jm will Iki bcoi on npidleiEkoo. 



HENRY HEWITT & CO., 



WillanTs Grain - sower anil Harrow, 






i Irado respectfully solicited. 
II. KB WICT & CO. 



WILLIAM THDRNAUER, 
Importer of French and German. 

FANCY BASKETS, 

English and American Willow-iron, 

3aao and Willov Ohaln, todies' Work-stand 

TOTS, 13 TO. 



Tlie Ocnulno Dry 1-u.r 

SANDWICH ISLANDS, 

JACOB SOHRIEBER. 

Moat door to iDtoTnolloaal Ilolol, 

■S-DBY PULU islbo llBilihlesl, Eofloil, Ohonpoit, 
aod mml Durablo material fur Bedding now In us*. 
abT-Eloa. *ill noi tiro In Pom Dbddiio. 353m 

Pomona about Pultlnn; ip Penecu 

WILL flail it much lo tholr ndranlago to gut one- of 
II in r.'.~ PATENT 

Sclf-Adjmting Poit-Driven. 

Ondor lbe din id ran tares or tuclr firit itlal Iboj bora put 
la PraUlbreo limes as fist as Iho iniuu foico ™U ■!■> il 
In any lilhur -ny And no ono need bo told hor. suiwriur 



NURSERY BUSINESS. 



Ornamental Slirubbery. 

THE GOLDEN-GATE NURSERY, 






jBgf^ OitNAUEMTAL TftEEi AND ailllUlinEHRV £■£ 
^gp or all klndt can bs found at this eitab- 3^ 

TREES AND PLANTS, 

Orer aO.OOO of UIITorelil Choice flnrita lii Pot. 

Among Iho Ornamental Trees and Shrubs nill bo found 
30 Tariolics of lienuliful evergreen Acacias, 
Bacaliptuj, Myaporums, Casnarlnas, 

Junipers, Cyprojs, ArborrliflB, 

tilaea, Snowballs, ejrlngas, 

Colicsnlliuj, Jexsmines, Laurastlnns, 

Oleonders, Hydrangea*, Eneaa, 

Pen 'IctLi., Arl'loloebloj, ftiguonfos, 

Liurior Ainondier, Wlslrlngiu, alelaleucos, 
Nig hi- blooming Coroois, Caoliw, EpiptiylliiDU, 

Together niih all con aad ratuablo Plants aoil Shrubt, 

embraced In a largo Jelteoilnn, adapted to lbs LAWS, 

the DAIIDEN, or Iho CEMETERY. 

5d3 In this eollecllon nill also he found 

^ Two Hundred Varieties of 
MONTHLY ROSES, 

among them eilra-siie Plants, for standards or climbers, 
and of tbo none*! and rarest kinds. 



.tonlion paid to ovary Ordor received, 
nitb co.ro, and funrarded according to 



;jvALooec? srlii be ronrarded by mall, on nppli- 
to the ondgriignod. 

W. 0. WALKER, Proprlelor, 
3ra Goldan fiala Knrsarj. 



TREES! TEEES!! TEEES!!! 

GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 
IssET- Wsst w^r MC T 

GENEHAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



(Opposite Washington Market.) 

WE TBE UHBERSIOHED, BE3PECT- | 




IVtcee,. ■ 



1858—1859. 

SAN JOSE NURSERY, 
FRUIT TREES.. 

ORNAMENTAL TREES, 

SHRUBS, PLANTS, ETC. 

lS'OOO ROSES, 

QRBBNHOUSE PLANTS, 

Grape -Tine b, Etc. Etc. 

PALM OR DATE TREES 

Perfectly hardy In California. 

FOR. SALB IK L0T3 TO SUIT PDRCHAF£RS, 

Tradn .ii|.].u.d at a Liberal IMuouut. 



B I OPFEll T 

SFrnit and Ornsjnental Trees, - 

SBRVBB, KOSES, ETC., 
lat can bo found In any one Nursery in Callfornii 



^ R O S E S m 

IS THE LAJ1GEST IN THE STATE; 
11 A 8 RECEIVED THE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

At Urn OTATE I7ATB, hold at Eon )oN. 

tv MV CATALOGiJE, giving iho dlOoroat varlelle), 
I haia for ibis Mason, and olher Isforraatlon, sill be 
sent lo eiory applicant. Ii "111 also be Touad wltb my 
AIJBNT5, as follom: 

MONS'R DELABIGNE, 

SB Clay 111001 3<t!t FBAI/CISCO 

MESSRS. GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 

07, OU, ond 71 Mcrcllunt ttxtet..3Alf riMItCISCO 

MESSRS. STODT & SARGENT,- Stocktoh. 

MONS'R JAOQUIER, Boiionj. 

L. PREVOST. 

SAM J03E, Ho,, is, leje. 



S MI TH' S 

POMOLOGIOAL GARDEN 

AND 3ST XT B S B It T , 

SACRAMENTO, 

On iho American Rieer, 2d miles from tho Cily. 



The Trees oiler cd Tram the 



of frnlt, -.to poiuss lha 

LARGEST COLLECTION IN THE STATE 
Over Nine Hundred Varieties, 

as folio <rs: 
Apples, 245 variglieB; 
Frabs, 270 vnriptioa ; 

I'i.um.i. 100 varieties ; 

Cdehribs, 00 variolic^; 
Peaches, 75 varieties; 

Nectarines, 20 varieties; 
Apricots, IS varieties; 
Grapes, 90 vnrioliea. 

We heilteto not In saying that oar 

PEAR AND CHERRY TREES 
Are the Finest Ever Offered 

(orsaiointbis Stats, of all siica, being from feet lo 13 

and II feat high. The greater portion being not 

only of vary largo >lco, but also handsomely 

shaped, are oleganllr adapted In planting 

near roildancas, affording tho double 

ADVANTAUE OF SHADE AND FRUIT. 

Of tbo abore two SooF mils no offer 

'; fj , O O O 7BEES FOB SALB, 

of difforont siias and prices, and as low as good Trees 

can be bought at any urst-olass Nursery in tbo SUM. 

In this State. Wo stelo far Iboir information that 
Our Cherry Trees are grown upon the true im- 
parled Maiiard ilock, and not upon com- 
mon JVaiirc or Oregon stock of Otis Coast, 
tho former being the only stock El to groir Ibim on. 
Wo have alto a rorj una stock of tho follcirlng, vtx: 

APPLE, PLUM, PEACH, NKCTMUNE, 

Apricots, Grapes, Figs, Almonds. 

ar; Besides a Miscellaneous colJec- 5Mj 

lion of other nnd small fruits, -jpl 

?artlenlar regard has hcen paid to lbe growing of lbe 

Trees In GOOD SHAPE, and parcbasars of onr 

Sm».j oars. old Tree* will find that thoy hiva 

Qrm, symmetrically (hoped Troal. 

Wo guarantee no llnor or hoallliior Trees Hill be (blind 

In tbo market Ihls season, 

Wo also offer a superior afsorlmcat of 

Shade and Ornamental Trees, 
Shrubs, Roses, and 

Greenhouse Plants. 

as troll as a groat many others both good and new. 
Also a Tory fine lol, of different sires, of that Tory po| 
lar ahada tree, so rail of reminiscences of home, th< 

GOOD OLO-FASHIOHED ELM TREE 



dies, 



I of tbo . 



Klin.. 



Labcbhitji, or Ooloek Chais, • 

SI atlh, in voritty, 

Lt.'Jucs', European and American. 
Catalpa, 

CiiiWA, and other Trees. 

Wo call parlicalnr attention to oar colleetion of 
THE CAMELLIA,' 

nllleh hlTi become so well aocllmatoU that ifo hare (hem 
growing Cnoly in onr open ground.., and blooming as 
elegantly out of doors here aslboy possibly could ~ 

The Genu of the Pleasure Gtoundi. 



'e invite nttculiou to our verv large and general 
VEGETABLE SEED, 

nhlcb Is rery Oao and largo, and no ojo now prorarej 
losopply TUB TRADE io nuanlltlas to salt, and at 
Comer Pricet than can I" found 
at any other establishment In the Stale, 
Wo hare now boon growlne SEB& for a number of 
oars, aod have glvoa universal sallsfocllon. Wo are 
iow propandlosiipply Luge onantlUes of OOOTJ FRESH 
lEKD at eery low ralos. These soada nill ba dona up 
laudscmoly In packoggs, for Wholesale) or Retail Trade 
,n\l will always be la, roadinou al onr Oajinas, and at 
CHV OFfICE--.d-l T strcol-'-SACHAatEflTO 
).r Tr— Sid Jlroi, ulli ii ,oU Jn CASU OHLY, a»< 
Orders sul (c ocriioynedduilAlAr CosA lo (jutinafttihoa 



THE ~C^L IPOE NIA FABMEB. 




dwelling. 


The 


e," W 


dw 


'VIIT 


be rou 


Vin 
















Ml side «n 




■itta^ 


he hi. 
wefo 


undii 


supposed ihe 
we lifted lae 


-and to the e 


row 




,lhf 


earth n 






M»dj- loan. 














Slone*— lit 




piu«rs 


rtbe 


vine t 


prospc 




jet llic owi 






nfl 








to eolt [her 




no two 


or t 


ice r<a 




e, nr 



Mora Fine Stock. 
e John L. Stephen!, our S 
• it four line full-blood Met 
Vermont, Imported bj- S. Braoni 
alto tune by ihe simmer 
Pony, and a white hor*e, bulb tr 
Circus, and belong to the company 
-•-•■ ">e Elephants. So we presum. 



Till .Vkw Yum; n t *, T1 

w. ,.„ ,», .„„,,„ .flZ2""" ";:™; r 

*"bor & Bon, sole agent; of tbii nun 
el of which Is al their Warcboun. 
.ugion street, between Front and D„ 
Arthur ft Sun 

tthicli nill be imported from ourond. Tnei 
certain. Sir. Arthur himself hi 

tbj , ,fi,,ii. i.i.iriiifiL'-trrririj.- rjtBblisltincni 
Extern Stales, „„d la lilt,,- ol the j,t,= 
nuking avt ih D ueoenoij inquiries „, [ol] 



■By the last alcomor i 



To ConngBPO!, 

receded a valuable letter n 

KS M w B ; w - t '' ,rDl,nm ' wHc " -*&£ 

diluting gem. "' 'J'W^Wti 



THE CALIFORNIA FARMER. 



53 



DOMESTIC SUMMARY. 
brick AIHcan Chun* I" beinsrrrcN.-dii.til'"*> 



At lb 




refer..* 


of I be 


Murphj 


tbirij-fl 








repaired 


nmi 


twenty-. 










f pure 


cold ims 






Yankc 






mne Courier, weighing 




ar L -rlh nllt.ul oU 









[;,.■ vn./iil.-r ka'|" I-' li.ni-->l'\ Liu '--lbkli ii- .i[-.\-r- 
triiuniih orcr an.v ether applied, la beinc. budt at i-i 
Lin by Mr, Hanar. sayi Ihe Republican. The b-ji 
over thirty f«i in length, and of pn.portb.nntc sil.lt 



and betoken in era of 
coming sommer. 



W« had nearly forgot [here "nf Each 
;=nt City, "hen ibis mjolt we received 
bilf-doicn namber; of the Crescent Ci 
mails onlj drop in there [no! Mini-] i 



tiered superior, to ils ['. 
spin there fur the bene 



A: Bed Blnff the built 
preparation for » brUlt be 
of spring. The Season 



ud yielded S3S0 to the Ion. The claim I 
& smell glitch or rarino whteb bos been sr 
last four yearr oa a placer claim, irithi.nl 



which lay within the; 



The uaifclc of the mountain) is a sell-prelector ; it 
-Bill carry tleclf out of ail difficulties: no thinks the 
Sierra Citiieo when It records the fact that the wvcrily 
of the winter compelled many minors (o "pock grub" 
through place) impassable to all bat stout men and 
. TfcJnk of a miner -wading through 



mlnA-ct 



rack! Roythcr 



wilbninety-iii pound.! o 



reighto 



that (hay will dispose -,'. their nropot 
the rottleri who may be on it ; and I 

-each party. The Bee thlnlu nothing 



■litcbei an si 
AgtmWg 



now is gradually H tiling, h 
irn from Eureka reports that 1 



The rcfroshh 
<ho month of 
lowing the toil 



F.-troj 






Tin 



in all through 

au a nappy effect In mcl- 

Lpsmdlng tho power of tniltlrntlon. 

ralloys will soon float with tho golden waring grain. 

graai is upringing op liaarbintly, oflording eieel- 

tnl puturige for hones and cattle. Our -bnle-nah- 

r« in tho boy have been tilremiy fortnnst, Uloly. A 
eeek or so ago, they eaplnrcd fiio whales En the tpaca 
if ilea days, that will average tliim-.iiv,. ,,r f.irl; ■ 1, -,rr, 1- 
■ full. <ia- bondrei m,n rulgl.t l'ui.1 pn.Subla tmptoj. 
□ent si whaling in our hay. 



Wt Bnve received 
friend*, contributors, n 
following worka: The. 
cbuErlts Board of Agi 
Report of the Commit> 



1 T.Ll.!.- : 






lug tbt- Report of the Fi 
counties;, from C. b Flint, Esq., the able and 
getlc Secretary of the Board, by whoso inlorot 
aen.1 for ngriculturc so many valuable reports hnve 
been full) - prepared. We have nljo Traiaaclfom 
of the SlatsochuMt' Society for Iht pronation of Agri- 
culture, number one, new series — a vnlunble work. 
.-oDtJiining the Act of Incorporation, dating back 
to the yenr 1T02; nlao, an nccoitt of the Grsl 
Cattle Show held at Brighton in 181G (the first ib 
New England), with otherreporn of great interest. 
Thil work was kindly sent ub by 0. L. Flint, Esq. 
We received, from the snmo source, Hie rm.tr. 
idiom of tht Suez Agrirultur.il Society, an interesl- 

Bxbjbitiaoj nnd Addressed before Ibnt Society, 
witbunmes of contributor; iiml iiremiuma awarded. 
Jliich Cow and Dairy Forming, is the title of n 
handsome work of over -100 pogts, received from 
(be author. Tins book is handsomely bound, full 
or plates illustrating nil the various breeds of stock 
for the dairy, and showing the anatomy of tin 
otv, os well as everything that will old the dairy 
ion in the breeds and management of bis slock 
io mode or selecting good cons, thoir rood, dig. 
ijts. lilt' culture of forage-plant?, an<] a r.ilunlili 
ind of knowledge, (bAt should be coftde fajnillm 
i every dniryninn; and Uiis book will do it. V 



f C. L. 



ared 



r of tl 



Aeon 



re indebted to Hod. C. L. Scott, 
re n l Washington, for sealed tinst 
, for which ho has our thank 



cs of Pafciit O^cr Btpotli for 1857- The issui 

lis year hnf inarka of progress tu all tbcvarioin 

rlmcnts, nod in the mntter reported upon. 

. C. F. Wiasloyr, formerly n citizen of Ibis 

and known to seteocc, kindly sent us the 

ifica of American Agriculture, being the Intro- 

dnctory Address of John Jay, Esq., before the 

American Oeogriiiihii-ul ami Siuti^ticil Society, 

■Iciivcred at New York, on the organization of tho 

society. This volume of eighty pages is full ol 

most valuable statistics not before compiled or 

mode known ; and we esteem ourselves fortunate 

in being tbos early in possession of aneh n work. 

From all tbo above works we, shall lay before 



inform 



■I n-..l 



uitiilrnt 



pply of periodical; 
Home Magazine, an 



i ngc. It is edited by C. Edwards Leslct 
and published by R. Edwards & Co., Par 



oryfor 



jin Tt,-n Factors-. — Th; 
ubs and Pails is now i 
and is winning golder 



aod light ant 
ported stock 

nor ore they 



, but from those families that use Ihcm. 
Tact in their fnvor is, that tbey an frith 
.nd lit for immediate use ; whereas, im- 
iged to be put in order, by souk- 
n fuel, the stock is not so good, 
ill made. Does any one doubt 
them go down to the Factory and sec 
le. The process is very interesting; and 
be a most pleasant aod instructive sight 



, tbe brass-hooped pail 



should b. 
We belie 



tr legislators s 

'o ,rlt, their 
re it to be a 
,ly to c 



HkiujicV Iwiitutb.— This Association is in a 
flourishing condition. The library hu. been censidtro,. 
bly auguuBted labely, and a large number or standard 
works an now ou tho waj aronud Capo Horn, for Its 
abel.es. Recently ibt Mineral >,gieal pnbioM has been 
onriched by the pucebase of the eullecllon of Mr. James 
M. Olney, whose cabinet was one or tho best private 
' osc-i in the State. 



Tun P. M. S. 6. John L 


fr-tonnen,, 


CapL Whiting, 




ay, at nocn 














nkpee. The 








uns of moreb 






L. Btephtru le 


VH on Monday, the 21 


, for Panama, 


Ton Goes. 


Overlajo. 


Mail eon 


tin u us tt, arrire 


FeWry^r 


a week. Th 


- : vl 


eh Lit St. Iw ml. 


atro'cloekan 


20 minulej, 


;. . , r . - „, 


■ 1.. Ili„ trip ii. i'J 


day., 22 honn 




let. The 


■rags nhlBh led 


6t f^uli February gait, ar 


red iu tl 


u. city [his nncr- 




iaeli anil V* 


rairtne.-- 




Wp throogb i 


n days t U 


ursand4 


minme*. 



rr— Tbe amount or a 



U<iu.il,was$Iro,tlU 
tn neeit'ed rrom ll 
ilendtnl of the MEt; 



r present Legislature, will attend 



: learned that their salts 



k IV.'s the place. 



bKr 



TJoIversjity of Uio Paoillc. 

Wi: have received n pamphlet, si vied the "Au- 
nouiicin.ui of the Medical Department of the 
Uuiveraitj of the PjtciflL-," giving the list of Ihe 
Board of Trustcv, with Ihe course of Medical 
Lectures and by whom to be given. The regular 
course befi.ro the Institute couimences on the first 
Monday In May, and continues eighteen weeks. 

One of the Professors of this Institute delivered 
a Lecture in the Assembly Ball, at Sacramento, 
and we feel It our duty lo copy, from tho Sacra- 
memo journals, what is said in behalf of the Col- 
lege | nnd, when we reflect upon the Importance 
or thO subject upon which the lecturer spoke, we 
know we shall be approved for urging, all in our 
power, Ihe development of the resource* of our 
Slate in the way urged by the lecturer. We copy 
tbc following notice of the Medical Department 

Tho Medical Department or the University of 



the Fnc 



n full ci 



.I'pr',,!.-:,. 



-ight that Ualir'i.rniii. in nrir.niiiai..' ivilh llu- cili- 
om or Eastern Sl.it''?, slinnlil encourage thi* nr*l 
rlTorl to build u]; n Miilicul i'.ills^c, ivlicre |nrs,un 
^an secure the ndvanlajie.. of a th.iroiigh mur-i. of 
ccturcs nnd a degree, without the exrierije of n 
•isll to the East." 
With regard lo the lecture of Froressor Rowcll, 

"The Ball of tbo Assembly was well Gilt 



1 1 the 



0V.cU acquitted himself in n ma 
ml;, applauded. The siibjcc 




AGRICULTURAL STORE. 
J? ST ARTHUR & SON, 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 

Wathingtorj Street, near Davis, 



AGRICULTURAL GOODS, 
LOWEST MARKET RATES. 

Reapers & Combined machines, 

OF ALL TOE VARIOUS STYLUS: 



r*itt's Tlu-asliors, 

Hall's Thrashers, etc., etc. 

In Constant Receipt of Fresh QoodB, 

well odnp'.a! En rhl. market, fir eltppar shjpi ftrrli'le^ diirle? 
WILL SELL ON AS FAVORABLE TERMS, 



(-/ !■ -,-. ..d dr«ler. will . 



WOOL, HIDES, and SKINS, 

PuuroIiaBed 

AT TOE UIOHEST MARKET RATES, 

LONING & FUERSTEIN, 

CO FROWT STREET. 



IrilSffJ ^n IFOOL .blpp^l lo iiur fri-ols 
LOHItia i f -l-'llM^i r|:i ' ' 



CALIFORNIA TUBS, 

California Fails I 
CALIFORNIA WINES, 

Califot-nia Ales! 

COLLINS WADHAfflS, 



112 Battery Street, 

SAN FRANCI300, 



" CAUFOftNlA tlUTTGB uul CALIFORHIA PAFLS 



SPBOIAL JSJOTIOES. 



SUW ILLUSTBATED 
HUItAL SIAKUALI 



lerdo. The iirios nnnprl 

The House 



P.ic.\ la jn|>v-r earrm, M c™ta 
The G a 



S Mlhtalls rnpr«cnted 



Tub Fak» 



tic Ami 



Ijf SLEEP : SLEEP I 



namy tells as to bar mD 



1. 3CUR1KBER. 












INTERNATIONAL. 

San FranclHco, California. 

i/ijj^.-, THE CNDERSIOKED IKVTIE3 

Itnu cjlabllshod aodor IU proiont tcabiEOmont on 
tbulitJanuarj, 1S57, m a 
FIHST-CLASS HOTEL, 



Id! 



.irllca 



S . HAL EY , 
JKO. J. HALEV, and E. R. BOBINSON, 
HhodnllcMf not Trifblas lo tracroach upon tbo morili 
if otl.tr hoMM, cinnot bat 
- .... Ti-.-'i ■ 



arktd fai-i 

.1 I,; ,1 .| ; 



(.ftlM 



j tho SUPERIOR MODE Iu rrhlcb 



"ill. 



ill times tho most 

DESIRABLE STOPPING-PLACE 

For Families or Single Gentlemen, 
during tbou-KJourn In thiicltj-. 

THE " INTERN ATIONAL-HOT EL 
iCOAClI," under tbo lUporlalondonco of 
P. R. 3 1IITH, [ato St»;o Agonlnt Soflntmcnto Citr. b)ln 

Hia'notol.fuOnoDbUaiBUn EnofecUis^kmB**- 



4,i J1 ,r U , 



BANKERS, ETC. 



MARK BEUMAGIM & CO., 



f\j: riuKtnaoo ■ ■ • ■ California, 

Sight Bills 



American Exchange Bank, New York, 

Avftlliblo In toe Principal Cities of tbo Union and 






Tbaj-, aanil In band, tojilbcr pi 
^iosli or pllialcd, UkojBKtls tore, 



is beiu ty iilnnar-t. 



»ul, lad Oniril DMlily, or an) dUouo LsvlcJ It. orijia I 
Tfacsa »™, is ill clsuos ol oar MIot eUUOns, Inclsdln 
others, U*UIf >rs tbe only taji, ct 




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.■ ! !.-l li-.,'.-..|. ,.| :r,-ik- Ir.i.l- III- 1 .1 [ii.-..- Ilin.. r , 

III . . . :J . L >- ll„. .„!!. ,.., il, ,i !,i. J,--..- I. ji.,,-,,,1,1,. i„ „.., 

Ii. i.-.il.'i.. o, ..f il... a,:.:., rar. • ■ n.^i.,1 \, r ,],[, RnaMy, 
■■■.■■,;,.-■■ I- I I I..II'- -..nil.:, .-.riifcilii (,,-,„ ,!-.„„ -jt.i^j 

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tj._J Q^oyHoiiHtas; 

}rj\_ SEVERAL FIHE f 

;tj V. ...l.li, ;[ .,n u'r.-.-i (u|:-.Lar'i. 



A. L. EDWARDS & CO., 

GROCERIES;. 

At 81 Clay street, above Front, 

AL. EDWARDS * CO. HAVE JTST OPENED- 
s a nao taorlmcnt of 

CbOiCO Family Grocorlen, 

FLOUR— Snporiar brands or don«lio. 

'■|.RM.Mi'.i].-i:,;..|,, in 10, SandW-lbjOfln. 
Dl'CKWUBAT ME.V1.- ilMininv eoirao oad Hno, 

Corn-itarob. 
COFFKE— Old OOTomment and Oraoa Jots, ind 



oil, Bporra, Wax, nnd but qua!. 

It j Adorn an tino. 
SUGAR— Crtubed, Poodorod ond Brosrn. 
CHEESE— Col ifomlo and Doiham Form. 
PtCHiia— Enjlish ud California Pidtlos, in tilnU 

PiE-Fnotrn— English and American Pia-FrnlU, io 

Elui and iFsj. 
Oil— China Nut-Oil, in Una andjan. 
\>,,r [V..[..:;:i- i'«,i.,= .' Merrill') fl... ■> Mi'il 

and California. 
Hmihb- California, Enslisb and Froocb. 
Ovstijs— Tbo mutdoiirablo brandj. 
Cocoa— Paste. Sboiv, and oraelted Cocoa. Broroa, 

Choeolale, elo. 
Stab en— OIonBold Patent 
Dlinco Moat— in quarti and hair-irol Ion Jars 
Crairn Tartar ana Soda. 
Pruersor-ill kinds Janu, Jollies, Sauces, Ac, lo 

glon and tin. 

The Prices, in ercry rcsptel. Lam. 
Hoods dollrorod free of cbarco Io anj part of tbo eltj. 
A. L. EDWARDS A CO., 
10-3m Ho. 81 Cloj itnet, above Front 



MANBFIELD & WOOD, 
Clolb and * to tiling Hare House, 

WTJtAN * CO.'S SUPERFUTE CLOTHrNa. 
Olotbt, Coulcaerej, \'cstin|;j and Tailor'i Trimming], 

Gentlemen's Fine Furnishing Goods, 

Abo, Brooki' eelebratad Cair, 1 
W„ ; .. r -|. .;-.f Boom, Trnulta, 
Umbrella), ... 
S. B.-PartieHlar attention paid to ordo: 
of tho Armr ond .Navy, and all "bj "Is 
CLOIULKil, made in tho most approved >1 
15 
21 6m 



Laillcti' Owena TrImnilngH, 

HOSIERY, TJMDBR-I.INBN', 

HOOP 8K1ETS, 

And every article foi Lodloe' and Chlldron's. nan. 
MRS. D. H0HCR055. 
HI Sacramento ilroot, aboro Monleomarr. 

Pacific Fringe Slanu tin (oi v 1 1 1 

DRESS THIUMiKGS CORDS, 

OntDLES, TASSELS, i«. 

Constanllj on hand ond mode to ordor, 

D. NORCROSS, 
I HI Socrato«ali — ' 



:u UonlrnraorT 



ALAMEDA COUNTY MILK 

x» :^ «^- «3» oar 1 • 

PURE MIIiK 

ALWAYS OS HAND. 

'"",■', ,M. ,."'.!:-"'[i"|.'.' 1 .Mi' -i'V,! 1 ! I'-ni'l'o'ino ifrlwr" * 

Fresh Eanclt Buttor and Effgo 

lanstandron lisad, -jnJ 0. ll.vr..l m h',„„llk'. men/ part ol 

a. staples. it. a. drSivn. w- ooldbm. 



54 



^^^T~CA^ I F O E ST I AJFABMEB. 



gatjig* J9fB»rtmtnt. 





urainB waldos. 










An 








rii-i 




riilken 




An 


dirtdn 


It* leafy 


Tina: 


And 


hegitci 


dom UtO 


[r.blhrt^J". 


Th 


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Ami 


!l? *>K 


r», nn.l B 




Fo 


IfloHUt 




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TO. noble intellect, disciplined in wMi. and 
truth 1 the hunt schooled in aclf-rantrol, and 
rrnirni ftelinij, both beautified and adorned by 
il„ ,.r,..'.r,L- r nope nnd purity, and all made 
^it..-crvitnt I" the interests of i\ lofty purpose, is 
Die highest pcrfe 



-a il 01 



,.,id,i I- 



muaf 


adc 


ply 


b.nUi] b 


,!.,,», 


roil 


r"»"h° 


our B i 


[W 

enlii 
■ nil, 


tec 



i. ibi 



mngs of portrtj 



node blller still by the 






ralul lu 



roc— nol for distant— when 
Irnlb and goodness will bothe standard ortunn's 
reel greatness, and wealth will be looked upon 
only a> the means of Increasing bis power of doing 
good to others, nnd Conscience will then Inj "aide 
iH chastening rod nnd smile approvingly nj.ua 
man's noble nnd generous deeds, and the dove of 
peace will fold its (oft wings In his bosom a. 
there remnin forever' Ebitii JIostOESSOH. 



POLAR OIL. 

80,000 GALLONS 
REFINED POLAB OIL, 

In Barrels ond Cum, 

FOR SALE AT LOWER PRICES 

Thin over before- offurod In California. 

Purchnaora of Oils would do well t 
omnUlhmcnt, before I0JU13 In ihdr ninli 



SEED, PLANTS, &o. 



Ifow-Torh. Seed Warehouse. 

New Crop; 
HUNGARIAN QR ASS; 

Garden, Flower, Field and Tree Seeds. 

Mbm THE Mlcnilvo Variety of SEEDS no oDer.MK 
csJCarn L -r,v Jn bj eJporienc-ed Cultivators in theO* 
t--£L\:l,„<- K Slates cnJ Kn.npe, and ire hara-*- 

only the Purest nnd 

will gliolhanltoort 

Agricultural and Scientific Books, 

PLOTTER SEEDS, and Collodions of Flower Seeds, 
mt np In noal packages, with directions for cultivation. 

floods scenrcly packed, to go to any distance . 

All orders br mull or olharirl» (nlth remittances), 
rill be (Hieaded to with exactness) and pro CDpti tode.. 

Lipht kinds of Seeds can be forwarded ibrongb 




THE OALIFOENlA jT^itMifiR, 



55 



Son.thl.-rn KlOiy. 

TnrSTT years ago, ll was the custom In north- 
wMtern Georgia, M indeed it win tbroogliciil tin 
jouthtrcst, lor diy-ROoujt dealers lo fceep "■ bar" 
of "iperiU" in the bad 
customers to a glass wl 



Pillcns k Dcwbe 
the small tommlal 



T dctired. 

i<di dealers in ono c 
id the}- bad forauui 
1 fellow, named Jc 



articular. Tbe old couple ivoulit conii 
MQio trade frcoutnllv, and quill' freely im 
>e the spirits in tbe back roum of the dealers vi 
re named. 

On one occasion bolb the old man and old wo- 
n eontiauod tbeir potations inordinately ; nni 
rillins obserrcd that bis goods went belter thi 



in li drink, 

Lrrl.- (lie Mr. 
Uo;.iricd 
perceive ■ ■ 
Arrived 

I.-.! I'-,]' 
l.i.-k.-J Ll 



- |jor.=c stepped 
t;icljf(l lluf.il- 
qu icily lapsed 



on tbe 



bed. 



c creek tbe oldest girl 



;, and tbtew bimsclf stupid on the 
Oirltflnd boys Ren- along the- road the old 
bad conjc, yelling " mi 
course, no mammy rivroi 
VTlita they arrived at 

"Yonder she is, silting down in the creek P 
And there ihc was stated comfortably in the 

flic swayed back iiri'l forth, nmt yielding to the 
intr^-tii'v-iir *f llie lilreniB, And now re;i;riu;r it 
wilhforae siir-.-.-.s. lb. mu.l.lv Hniil o^r;i.-i<innlIv 
wet ber lips, and each time it did so she woold 



And it i? to thi-i i-.-.n.mii.- little inridrnt in il 
life nf the venerable Mr... .Fat fk-niiy, that wc ol 
indebted for one of our most popular colloqui; 



Tnc Joy of Eifhessids.— 11 


s pleasant to hear 


our own thought leaping for: 


I from the silent 


caverns of the soul, and asse 


mg its vitality to 


many auditors. The sensitive 




thrill of imitation on such an 


occasion, for they 


are sore of sympathy, and their 


secret thought be- 


comes valuable to them the ins 




(ion. Il lived in tbeir minds 1 


fore, molding and 


intlnencing the character; hi 


, like the lovely 


conception of the painter or th 


sculptor, it needed 


i-i he "tidied forth— it roust glo 


v in the warm life- 


tints of the one, or stand ont 








command sympathy and wieid 








summon from tlte still retreats 


of the soul all her 


sentiments, emotion' and idea 




the. vasty deep;" that can se 


ad tlicm on tbeir 






to bcart, conm-ctiuir nil mind.. 


and hearts hyfhc 


spiral electricity of thought, 


whose vibrations 






ttcrnily."— [Hydraulic Press- 





SoeiETV— How beautiful i 
many thousands work for or 
dividual bring his labor to m 



h other's burthen 



A Country Edlior, spenkinyof a member of (hi 

to eynscientioii-; a-' lo illterly N.-tVe his iillijlrin-n 

The n.-st y..-.-ir In- In] ,,<,. h.-.iut.', bin ■:- ■ h'.m'i. 

unable lo ttll the truth under the molt favorobli 



A German paper Eavs ib 


qule 


catra 


a of loco 


motion, after the dec 


Me- 






oond, ant 






d to 


.e III. 


ilu-ht ,.f 






















n-baJf minutes, going 


at 


lie rn 






half mile? in a minute 






- 


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"JcTP, -why am yon 


ike 


,.,-,-rl 


up, Sam, 1 can't telly 




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MCGIAUPLIN & DAKIN, 
Purchasing and Forwarding 

COMMISSION AGENTS 

Pnrcluudng and Forwarding Q nods and Horehandlse, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 
Te. all I'arliej residing In the interior of California, 



HOLCOMBE BEOTHEES, 

w 
si 




BOOTS, SHOES, AM GAITERS. 

Goods sold at this c-tabluhmenl nro SBoeiior lo any offered In this country, as regards tbeir boauly. shape, 

,v,.rtniii-,:.|,i|,;ir,.i ,iii..,l,ililv The Hi -:li r .[,:,, rl- ■-.. ■ii.nl.', 1, ilk-'. .Mi ■(■-'. V..ijl!]. , 1 K-'lV, and Cllil.lrtr--' mir, 
IT-Jiilin,-: I--I-. i;nji-b.-!i,iiiie>h. .. ,Te. I'KEnCH BOOTS and SHOE?, frma Ibo Uril homes in Paris. Ho« 



Tork, Philadelphia. ht.-I I< i-!.-u. Cu..i"in-tnndB nork, at theii 



FORTJH^M, JENTSTUSTG-S & CO., 

«=- BET*t o «=: an M«. SB • 
Steainlaoat Blocls., - Corner Front and Jaokicm t-treeta, 

IMPORTERS. JOBBERS, AND RETAILERS, 

And Dealers In 

FLOUR, PROVISIONS, FINE "WINES, TEAS, 

WOODEN-W .A. HE , £= O . , 

Families', Dot«I, Slilp, rurmfr-' and Handlers' Stores), 

Put up lo Order, and at tin Lotctst Rata. 
pa-GnodsdsllteredMuinii. 13-101 FORDHAM, JENNINQS * CO. 



JOSEPH GENELLA! 

jgp PIONEER CROCKERY STORE, 
■" 180 and 182 MontEomery street 
Near Jackson street. SAN FRANCISCO. 

HAY1NO . 



NEW AND "WELL SELECTED STOCK OF 
GOODS, 

I his Old Frleoiis ana Customers to call and 
examine. 

The Goods have been Bonght at Low Prices. 



THE GOODS AttE OFFERED AT LOWER PRICES 
Than eecr offered before. 

Looking Glasses i 

i.noiilni GlanHee ! 

A largo tot of Glided and Ornamental 

Pier, Mantle, and Ovnl, Looking Glasses, 

At JOSEPH 



FELLOW CITIZENS: I hai-e llrt-J ararrac ynaainea 
lie «T»r Bto»«u-* FORTl'-NLNE, huoculIeieJirilh 
joo In Ihno Crcj nn-l thrco ile^Js, and inl^iij <■■ li-.-p 
amnnc Jon with, mj family ijurillir tile lerm.f „,v ii.-nur.il 

enabled w"u"i° : A'nV HuoSre." C™u™'lb« l, |h>ll" 
- )gnh all wy :A.-«, -. l-j , I «-..uld alio c-»e-To« 



JONAS G. OLARK & CO., 

IMPORTERS /TM 

MANUFACTURERS *S3& 



om In tbtieonaoclion Till pleojo nhjorro that lher« 

1 uch dido re rite bel-recn a IHJCTOli nn<l .. Ultlii- 

OIST ai Ihoro i= bolnotn a IW,:i-:l nod a tJ. ,-L..r. au.l 
ralboriaoio io bt-t n. -n iL-.-t i.li.. Ii.u-.. j.i. Ill I . M rl.r, 



FURisriTrrRE, 

128 Washington street, 



FINEST FUBNITUHB, 

Mil wotila larllo loo altcnilon of tho rnbllc to 

ODR PRESENT STOCK, 

The Largeil ecer offered on tlte Pacifc Const 



■ U U q,l:,'«. 



WM. H. MOORE, 

San Francisco Brass and Bell Foumlwy. 

NO. SB HALLEOK STREET 




^^Ired*^ 

— -;Mt h; o s e 

FOROE ^■ ^^ S. *»■" "il'.lli'.r J.-,lr„. 

ana 'm'jtlS^^Jt. Si" 1 '"", Solder 

Gange Cocks, Cylinder Cocks, Oil Globes, 
Steam Whistles, Bydranlio Pipes and S ozzles 

FOR MINING PURPOSES. 

JOINTS of ftlliliai. -.-1 



COAL YARD. 
C. II. EASTMAN. 

\\ li"i<-"tii.- jtiiu Retail Coal Dealer, 

Corner of Dattiir; and Oregon Strce-lB, 

Laokawaan.NoiicajllotSi.ami.Cumiw.ion^ejnuj^n^ 




d Ibois 



L TothlilaL.. 

<r,rn.:l.i.y I . ■. . I 



■ I lls-.-oll'i. i 
10 tho .' ' 



Bollerlni; that life Is meet to all, an 1 that tho people, 
lib tn lianir shore thej can *et [beir ]]ra--cri[iIloiis Gllcii 
HllhiafdtT, I "ill li,'ru;ifn.-f li -a. i-.i 



.nilnats for tha lulilEhtoen j'oan. 

'. 1 thai 111- 

Br other Drujiriitf, loellb 

.OSEorihotHist,ffnotTRE 

lIL-f i-l.-i.;o In l.'aiil".,rr,ia [., uhinln iv.utylhiliic, NEW, 

in- 1 SHiAKlHi in the Droit litio, and MMoiall.li. 

mnko It tho mm vil.-na.-,- ,l.-,,.l f,r oi-oit taluablo 
I'aloat Medicine, Droit and Chemical Wo invito j r,- 



Wl Krcp Open nil Klglilt 



MEDICINES AT COS] [thai 
three rfrul cltlcoai. 



is tbon In the 



IS Hoin[onJloJL.lTilia^o,|Li,,[li a. „',.„",- ,. J: ,., 
lo futars, In Ilia deoronsed price of uur evodj. 

Wohato race Ivrid the ogondos for lh» fullonl; 



We i.i.].rtiicnrlinlli.rnnrsocuis. Wa ttatnlc wa know 

onbllo iu la prlcu and quality. At all ovoiilr L-ivo u' o 
.-all.anl Wi; V.-U.l, TI1V. 

t6-12 |J.L. POLlir.Ml-S 



MAIN & WINCH EST EH, 

^B Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Jg= 

™ WHIPS, COliLARB,™ 
SADDLE WARE, &C, 



LpiaLlij-, enEunuiily onti 



GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE 

DR. F. G. JOHNSON'S 




PATENT SELF-EEQUI4TIHG 

WINDMILL 



MANUFACTURED BY 
D. VAN PELT. 



rpiIIS MILL IS NOW « 
douhtlhomo;! p^rlmf'anLi 1 
"The u rid er.-i^' ... ''i' harlni 



UN TUB ItEACn OF 



DEPOT OF MANUFACTURE,- 
Nos. OO and 92 Dusli sin-el. 

SAN FftANOISCO. 



When 



i.e.l.lhei 



■nil 1 



r,. 1 - 11 ,ihn I ™-eri''" 

a'' .!!' l '.',.,!;" r .Vi'.,'.i'i '.';'<'.'.-,!,']' i;'i ',:ii.!. r . ..-'.li. 1 ., Trik --, Ti'- 

pCUn. T IrK iil.h.n-L'ii..: u-in.- Ibi-clioip [i-i->l-r (Ih.- 

tfn.-liii-lll. -li-.alJ li.-.! fii -i.iaia..- fill- )lll,],i 

.-u.-l, . 71 ,11.iii..tH..n -.-.i|l,ali,fv Hi; III.- .,.!:. |..aii--„ .„ -1 

nolilo oth'"windrallirrhit*arll 'cjJItl °"lf riaulaline; 

III,.)- bavo .-I a 'i.. ii a.v Fan. an-1 no ill r-ifer-nif Tan-, 
.-. Ii'.-li -,{•■ .Il|-h J-- 1 i>j ■ -r. 1-. i:r,i'l|- ■-- - l - 
mlll; -htruas by Br P. John* 



uj-.r, tin- ,-IiiiV TI]...-o Mill 



liriDcl|>r<i nl™n ™ hiVli rot"!!!.'!'"-.- 1 |* l> ".i"r"e''i l..'i'r'-".'i|."..'-'ri'!!'i '-, 
over all olhor Mill.- kn-jitn. .« .J .il.Ul, us hue knurel- 



PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, 

cXac, cfcc, c&?o. 
OLIVER & BUCKLEY, 

HiVE KOW I.ANDIKO AND IN STOBE, AND FOB 
2,(100 hen mo-%lille Zlne, 

SOOO pllu" tr«raL"h (Ens«.b «1»] Aro U °ri'e. ), 



X:n. Xol!f3 to «uutt, 
At SG and ss n aslilngton xlrcct, 

And B7 and 139 Oregon itrcet ll^m 







L. HASKELL, 






PBODTJOE. 



■a-'- l -...l.-.,.ll,-...il,.nd. 

" r ' : i; v ,',',"'.',':";' l j; l ;i i ;,?.'';; ,l ,v H, i" J ' 



MUSIC. INSTRUMENTS. ETC. 



PIANOS-, MELODEONS, 

Alexandre Organs, and Music! 

Pri.ee;; Qre attg Eeduoerl I 
HOBAnE~>ATERS, 




All I and I.- (Ir v nli>. ii. •- «..(.-', jl-'-'l ; .-!;b[ ■ !..[.., «1H] ; 

1", -b-- l.ir.-.-r. -iJM , r ,-.-.:! .. 7 .1.. v.ill. prir-l- -l'-li, 7?-i >)| l.l|..-:(i 
ilop-, ete,, taiS. 
r:5> ■>,.-.„„ I l.--i,l PIANin.BlBnmtborsalns.conitonllrln 









""k r, ;"n^:„ if.,,.'.' '."-..-.'i':'.' ':. : ■i,','.!'." -V.'.;.' „ ri,':,'i.'; , .V.s. 

V JO;. -..- "- Mr V...I .,.-[! ■„ -.r I ..- -. -..-.-] II ■ >.|. L- 

i,.,..- 1,11-.- t ,:.| .r,-.L 1.. ,-.v llr.i 111"!---- 

fiaOijfT oaJl li.-f'fou -nil scc-pl 

rill. -I., .11 v..ir..r...i,.-. ■ V.. ,- ..-p^.lulli-.'.i-'r.rJ.L.Sruilli"." 

■■Tho fa.no /r^.-r. 1 I.-. ,., y. ., .-„.. ■■■ i.> l,-. .- .„.i..-.:o 

i'j'V i'"-.'.kVa",nV; oD . ° V( J|" ,,,e,llB «™ n ™ 1 * 1 " ""• f^*- 

\u,':- j'fj .^i-'-'rm'.i-.i''!:,::'-^.'!.-.^'.':"'"' " C " , '" rt,L 






-. ni-l-.-c o.;.- ..a. ■■all,.-r,i.i„.l<-..-l',-,,. I.i.a.:!- l'.,.Hv„ 

in .. (,|| .vii-ait..-, tl.-v u- t„ ti.-.-a- l' U rk.--|l7r 1 ban.'. M.fr. 

Warerooma, 333 Broadway, H.Y. [2 



Tho Anniversary and Son day -School 
Music Book. 

pON9l3TIKO orMToaej.nJ U f n.n., J, u : paliltabcl by 



.-■al'r.'r.'n.-.:' "Til- K.rn'ir.'. .ir Ft'jl'r.' Uu' ., I, ill"/' nnriuue 
.-%... -I -urn-j.i Pi.lkr,- -.'.■■:- Ju-! [,:,r.n-l,,:d by HOH.ACK 






:KtiVATIiltS,Ai;cnti 



MV:!::Vi^:.:i:v;K;x:-,',.i.i !, sssre 



HORACE WATrii.i. AJn,,.. 






'I 'II 1-1 .ISiNH'KufA'tV .\K\I =llNlJ,JV..«r.'l|ljlH. M 



Pianofortes, Iffelodeons, 



.eiurcra of PIAHOfOnTES and «E- 

Agency for the Salo of their Instrument*, 

IIOORE'S PACIFIC FUltN'lTIIRE WAB8H0USE, 






CALL ASH REK TIIKM. 



LIFOBKIA, FABMe£ 



i, Wubfngtan Ololie r ul,: 

.openly imkai. pw . r s. s^m,,, ca«i M *• ! '* "' F ' 

„,,* =-■*.».«, mi ' fin,i my»ir liu, o,; ivi.i, »-i,.. .i..i„. a. ^i". .- ■ ; i;i-' |i ;' ^;; i ;,;; r[i l L ;:i, r ," ■ 

COUlU not find tut ",rf of In, r.,,:,.., fur In. ■'li^Uovc.l ' 1 " u [ | ;' 1 "" ' ■ 

!,, hii ...."! lliOT some one bnn rw B p/ liu -["'■■■ 
.,.< . nor tJn 1 rcwemb. 
letter real); rm, c,r !a -n 



Euro FiBHl» i ! bwW 3* '"> '"* u,tl ' 1 ve « 

■ring! if 1 mistake, uot, ihni r s. Sup 



re till! cod of ilio j ^id 
I will hart io fori 



] have Eome food DEW! I 
n tit mail I hope io aend .- j — - 
Bulletin," ill* first number iif " ,ut '' '' 
■.ppoor tbi« week. I commence u>« P' 
[be promise of " single substrittr, nl 
proiptrtly With lB»I of California, 
iotetwu' vill ft™ ihi . 
paper for lb" readers on tlii? 
become nn interesting iheel I 
[be GotScn Suite, 1 intent! to o 
pap(t published in America ft 
ble, ttnu lo glean from oil, i 



JTiAVELm^ _ 

Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Lino 
TO PANAMA, 

VIA FA.3NTA.1MIA. BAILEOAD 

United States Mail Steamship Company 

For New York and New Orleans. 

THE OXLY SAFE AND RELIABLE ROUTE. 



TUB MAGNIFICENT STEAM-DII 

JNO. L. STEPHENS, 



tho p ™™» SaiTond Company, 



7 Stale, 






t th'oie li 



]T,|..r]il.-,l th-iT ill- fiilllcliri ..hull he urn .1 


tin heft 


paper.- in liu- i-uiinlrt-. Hott near it nut 




Ibis mutt, Ihc jiuMir- inuyl jiiilpe, "Inf. 














n-r,ili.. 




=, Itjiil- 










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D. 


Eat tor o Items. 




Tui Hannibal and Si. Joseph Rjiilroai! 


b stoua 




I^mcJ^VV-",,, "',', ' m. il,.v «ill 1.. .,1.1, [ i ; , ", : !,!,l'h. ",|,V ^:,,rn„.. „"„. V„L|.-. H..H „ ■■• "('■-'» j _,,,,. ^ .„,„,„,„ * 

,o Loir (run, their old hum.* or their miimduite , vhlIl ,-, ):niyKIS «, ,|„ "Hemi-,,! Till,:," eT„i,l-.d I-t ' 1L .;/-;.1 H ; ■»;,.'.' ',:' ,'\.'°- _, 

vicinity. , „ Midc-lio-...,. .., tl..-f "-In-, p, liii.m- iverf- i.tvcr- j ,,„ ri ;^ ]:tc / „ v 

Sovrl do not room to fo.r=„kc Hit ■ F.tEiir.a, ,il „,,]_, reported „p„i. br l!iu.-r..l hmler be turf n | V..1, . w *^ 



...lluiviu- |, 
.\,-„ \::k 11 



|J,L- ■.-"-.'; -.i'.-'^-i,''-!;.;',-' tj'. ) ..ni'iJr. , '.-;~- , Ti r " ' Tniuf^d. ff I 

=*-!&: a 19*- IS. I..:,i-I..>,,^ .- P.. Oj f 

-t',-h.-«J, li. ... lie: drcnl. lie f t>. , 

a ICe. f m.— [Bollttln. OOM Hjivi. 



THE OAIITOEKJA TAKSTEB. 
PROSPECTDS FOR VOLUJIE ELEVEN" 

Tki Gami-ouu Paiuieb bu nuo ooteied upon Ibe . "it 
Now Volamo, noniboriaf (So Elercstb, sod the Ugiusit J^~^ 
tdbj inj usekli jt,orniil on Ibe PnelSe Coftlt, and lii«-. s c 



,.. ,- - 



i: l : -,..:, i y,.:..-,.lij, U, M . U bli.| 1 iD f of i journal tiltn J f-X%l'$ »".."..'. 
= ral-l- ;11:- ,.^lli..r[,i., I Jj - (i..!,j,r, !■>,-, ,in,l Ibis.im , ■■ 



--'','■! ■" ■ ' , .'■ 

u»|*ri«ad]ty ftnaiac e<ii VIUcz^llboHtXinccTr 
WO plBE«, Mil mrs li]*o rijmnii^ lr,.mM. LiHH- [he uri B -inal f,.. im J c[i &„,;„. D ^ (.,..„ fivt 7rJ „ \ at . 
to Si. Jesepli. Tbif rvnj[ li.t: infused tin- irrcili-t , ema f «ilh in unfolltrirj,; failb, tlic clolnuof nnioterert ! 
tnlliuUii-iM iiilu tht people of the nc-tlb-i'tstirn | J 1 ' 1 )'' 1 ll * lelicve the gnalcil, aoblul isd hejtinonr 
pott of Mlsraurl. i .. * , . . ... 

I hi lta_RlilS'ler ncl [■ i. • [ ■- 1 .; ".. . r , ] ibi' In A 



ICrft-. .... .|> 3. .17 «— [■ 

! lio" lliieni. ■ '.. V.'.'.'iSe 

I./'-''." ■■--1' B>....SOc 
I'uojlipla -.n-.a.. 7'il 00 






Tlie P an , m . Aillmivd Cvmpuiy end Tbe U. 6. Mul Siean 

ii .!<_i, . ■ ' / ' f . ;" i \: i .'d ..! r ' . I V V-V ■ ■ r.^ : r ' : r . ^ ;■; ' t! ' ' " '""" " ,ol ''' nckEt 

„«Sn?™, r i r f' ,1,, ,?", , " 1 lvl " , " i replied on boud El 
-.1,111 l> ( ,.:I.^,,„H,„,|, r. r---.u1nj.3-, M'lr.-t J'»i. 
" : "' : '' - f'--:i-lrt-.»ilni.-r..= -iv.do 1 , bo.nl ^teTJrio 



Compory'. OIBce Tor lu rlilnmcut 
I3T F" IfelsM or , .:,.,-■,_-,, M ,.|,|y ,., 



California Steam Navigation Company. 



7nt Jai&iott strut vlwf, ol 

CARRY1SG UNITED" STATES JJA.IL. 



FARM STOCK, &o. 



French llerloo Sbeep 

** n 

T UE hta l,b of Oen, C«. i, bt*-!., very feebie, ^£g^^«^^5S!?S I "E HAHJI ATTIE , 

S Jle eul nl ioo S nre already rife a, to^hi, I VMffi\\%T&^*£^\£*?r2bZ I T**m. ««««1 ah mm ov P^ 

French Merino Sheep and Htli 

* Tnocongh-bred Dnibini Cattle, 

, turp'y dt° Cdubnil* mukec wllh Anlmili of SUP 

,, urfJc-c-'.r.. m'Uur r,im ' 1,'ilt o' 1 ■ m.i^c r rc 1, rv'v' I rl, 1 ; iL, '- ,fl L ^'- '-•-!. t MCK. <td.t price, u low u tar 9AM 
lt . IbaareiidenteofimoroTHDeot. W« sniiui IhrtOiLiroo I tWALITVeiia o" obudoed, dlbei In America or E u ,n f 



FINE CUTLERY, 
FARMERS' MECHANICS' 

..UMt-. 

MINEEB' TOOLS. 

144 J acreot Bicrimonto. 

■8- A Toll uuortmenL of the 

Best Agricultural Implement*, 
HARVESTING TOOLS, 

GRAIN CRADLES, 



, cpumeriilc all 111, .■■! Iliir,.- i;, 'Lnll do ID oar Sow 
- Ibijilourliand. tuiit" rt ,X' | '." rol ^' 1D ""I"™ 



trLor.1 



-iia Pusrii shall bo tb>. ..„., 

!bilT7l" K : i ' !I Ib '-' A -■•'■""'"''•'■■ ofCjIL/oraUi it 

. r,ut,ul:.riui- . ' „.i L ,;„- ill J, „|1, | ,'.'.t|. ' i, ":'-,: .,„'] 

. , Arlltacj ,, ibe bretbreo ,1 the F.»«cll IV, -;.,l| ,,.,, 

- 1 ; ',■''■■, |N .'--in...,.! Vr.:j!lurL\UiNir,.:, II ,r,i,r.,.,iir. 

\l\-> •>■■■: .■i',..,-,-r.,[ 1 ,j!:|„,;. - ,r V. .-'i '.I.,.- ' "w'.'. 

•I,;ll. :,L,v, ,1 II,..:,. „]■„,,,,,,,„.[,,.. . [,,'..,., „..,.. 

I ,■,:■,;!■.■. II-:,,,, I!.:,,.,,!,,,,, , : ..| |V:,-|,,„: II,„o- 

jforihi 

i:l r urii : . 



ad Ibo lloraejtejrt. Tbt..-. ate ib c ,.-,,,. ,,,., ,,,,, ,. L 



filter?. El try nil,,, r j,. r-.n. rii.,1,. ,,,■ (<,'," ,|, Tliiji ■ K'fod- ,occcu »' 'bo Wuik lo .hlcb wo mo en- 



:iro B uUr.udrunbert 
H 0. PAITERflON, 



large llock of Sheep For Sale 

.LAlUIBAKsYtlLI, 



151) jood WJ3THEB! 



Bonthdown Bheep. 

■ II. CAIIBOLI.T , 



Jtemlly cot-tifd ivi'ii,'"^, r'-,';'„ . . 
tbe lulls of ail years Io the u 
Jiuuaien Pond in one bee-bivi 
Jieel. A Urge pan of the rcinali 



Fbom Saii LAHit^IIy ihe nrrivnl of Ibe Ceoti 
Orwlnod Hail at Plnecnillt, date; hare been i 
celted fro m Suit Ijike lo the 23d ull. The Deaei 
» ■■■■ ol it,, i diicj entouragca the culiii-ntiM 
Bui>aariueiiip,ond it CDrfeApoBiieuI of thai pa, 

reinarka ai Tollow. ., ,i ■,: , L _... 

good rumple; u 



!■ ul Km 



i- .-ill Sh-i: 



OameHllc Eowig, 

MPtTItBOHB dfilron, D r „„„,. , 



Tbni, by 
J'ublijitti.n, f„, it"^"!™™^ 1 *,,' . "*''''• 'bn aboie 

^_ wabuLn .{ co. ' 

SAMUEL PIl7lsBURT^~ 

DEALER [\- ' 

BUTTER, CHEESE, ECCa, 

Hams, Bacon, lara, BUTTER, riitt-T^" 

"' BB - ^AN^EMIBB i HOTTER 1 1 BUTTER!,, 



No, 48 Wasbiiigtott ffllrket, 

tS- TO DAHlYIH'Si) FIll.iT (iJOWsilS 
Co„rignm.„it. rj^«|^u, re ]|.„., 



SS'?*""""»li 
'"" Gwb'n, BUTTER. 



id-' i-i„',',! , ir' l "i","'"" | . i T'"""" i "i""'"'' i - , ' r "'" -— - -■- " : i' ■■■'-''■■■■■■ ■" !.-...■'■ '""'-■'*'■•,-' T , 1Mril , '"""''-■i^u,. w ,s K , Q 

"■ "■»» ■ ,'" ass ™i t »-'« »-. .■„,,.. f.i.„ -- " i '-~"."^,x«.»r'-'- t ~»-^. 

zM' ■■■■■■■•' ■■' ' : , : '' ■:;■:■..:■ '::^: ; ; Si*— ^'^SSL.^I 

[ WFotfilo, -Uletile "' Sll ' fia ld *""" nV" '■' 



WM . B. HUNT, 

UIDES, SKINS 

WOOL and TALLOW. 
Office on Second itreet, near M, 

J2] SAORAMEMTO. 



■WHEE3L.EH S= WILSON 

MANUFACTDEING COMTAHY'S 

SEWING MACHINES. 

3-13 Broadivay, New Yorlt. 

Agencies Utroughoul the United Slates. 

Hls-boH Prerolum n-ttin awarded by the American 
Inilitoto, at Ho Cryitnl Paloco, Nov, 6, 1857 



SEE THE FIRST PREMIUM 
SEWING MACHINES. 

WHRELER i WILSON'S SEWING ma. 

ebi B lefFft1r ,k S .'p b L Ms™ PBE W «V!£ 
Whoclor & Wilfion'n Sowing MncbincB 

W *SiBie°Foir" , M'Ii" i '^1 " A c " iE - r . nRE ninJM at 
Whcolcr fc Wilaoti'8 Sewing Muohines 

^^ a T B u n iofo^,r?le P r, S 8l 9 . FORFAMILy 

w tf°L^ c ™T' s St,wInff ■ Maohf »" 

■ 11 l:halfvo L onb^^Vl'l°lel^^^boV^h^ l |A L^ ^ ^' n,Lll .l ,1 
,,,,„ „■,.,»,, ,■.■,...,,■,...., '■-. ' -'■''■ 'owed, turn the 
NEW TENSION „„i ., " r, >. 1 "«l' , i'onl, brmeof n 

". C. ii.vviji'a. A ijen I 

S.IK Pit.t;,ci*co 
Opinioni of thoJTew York F™,. 
We prefer lien, for/o,!;, ^-TrUuu 



- Wll.f-ON G. HUNT 
" HL'LEK IIEN-I.EY, (■..,„ f r M 

I'ntt.D.vi-.,,.!-;, ..-,'-;;„,.■ ■'-- 

- COttSELl.t, ■.:-,[,:. >;. Cu„mk. 



Connecting with too light draft it 

Maryeville, 

Colusa, 



Red Bluffs. 



Regular Dispatch E,i ne 

FOR HONOLULU. 
^YA&g i B B , 0LIPPEa B *» = s ^ 

FnA NCKS CA P I I£!S B &, J - L0VETT - 

CAPTAIN JUDN PATV 
od AOCLAIOE, rati, 

Uw mml.r i!l.p,icl, tor HoiidIqIl 

■raifbt, Apply to 

McOUER i JIEaiULL, 



OAXiIFOH.KTIA 

General Intelligence and Emigration Office, 

Ho. 383 Greenwich «roet, cm-Dar nf Dnnnu, 
ist:b"TO" "2"oh:k. 

X , rfi.liD^ u : ^o'!u!;djEroP^i!rtb l rbS''' nn * l '' ,n '* ""* c " 

"■■"'"'■ "".: ■."■■ |,: ' ■'" '■■!■, ■M.. L ■.-'ll:■ , ■,"'.';:(' 

.. I : „ r "l K '" '■'' [ ' " :,v '.' " ' ''-"i "-' ■■'■"■"■'■ '■' 

cu >IU ijlo Ik procured for tboio wlibloi tbem, lb a* 

..: |.i' ■ :..■■:( ■ „.:■.,.;■; ,!:.-■; ro ■ „„]„..,; ,;,.( - .. 1-,.J|. .. 

uil*,u pnrtlrnl upon ili-iu. |.,nl-u'.irlv ,,r,,,r..; ■:■:.-! i ,jj- , 
eulns io m.vt I,!.„.|. ,.■„! r . r ..,„io,- Io C.llfontUL Aoy u- 
rlfOfflceln Kcurin,- , ,1 .;,..!,:, ^. ; ,:,, ,„- .„ y ,,.|,!,, 

fJJiu.in.,! ,,j„, MJT.n'.n Alar. (#2 DO), 









Coruellu.M.lbea.. IJ.ut -.1 III- :i--.. V,t1.t: I'.„.„ ,ri- .1 
f„, ,.l Illn-,:,,,,,.',: 11,1',. :. I r.ili..; ..,;, .. tj, llr , Il.,n,l.il1. ..| 
ll„l-.li!.,ir,l., N,-., V,,,:, :„. I !:„,,,„ ,u ;■!.-,-, I, ,!, i;..,i,|,anr. 
I'ir r,.... Ii.„„. li, |-ilil.,r,ib. .-1,1.,, j .,■., i, :..,.'| . ,.:... 



vm,,„.,,„; h ,'„""" '*"***•*•«*. 




Bags Wanted. 

THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID IN CASH for Papor 
Rat* »l(ie Office ...f ibe Pioitar Pnntr-MllL. K.j -f 
Calif,,r,,i:i rlieri. Our frier J- In Ihu com, try art irivii.-! 
M uiol In Ih^ir Run and »nd In.n In n. D.l^l.™ 



pobluihera, boolC'b 
■ idPipor, " ■ 

-li! Juj 



TAYLOR A POST 



Colored Plates of California Fruit. 

rpIIE beautiful Fruit Pieces whleb were to finely prc- 



List of AgotitB. 
.erister at the Poii-ofUco, no.d [he money will come direel 

J. II. Stiu, H'dA%f i«n "">'•, fan Fnmclicn. 









—j ,,..,, o, ui.. M.ltu.i.B OUjrrnl'p;r OLi 
.',1 '. | .' i[ I'" I- 'bi- liijful liulij.^ ulalillihl 



VOLUME XI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRI13AY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1859. 



.Vow, sir, I wish lonakyomi few simple niiestiom. 
Was Mini odvertisemenl |»it in your paper for 
buneomt* t It not, who receives the profits T 
Is the State Agricultural Society a "jocking 

lldl.i understood, Yi 
medals for First Pre- 
lum work? Is ilto eay to tlio world, nod that 
dorsad by the '■State Agricultural Society" of 
llifornia. that there is nolhm-j hrtln than third- 

I should like very much (If you possess tliB jji- 
formnlionj to hear <rf our; Exhibitor who is satia- 
linl wiili the CObrte pttrsflod by tlie Managers of 
the Fair of IBM, for I have not found that indi- 
vidual in my travels. 

the above, and oblige 

— KlUlDlTOB. 

inglhe avowed friend of the Mechanic as well 
d to open our 
of by the let? 




"1 ifltrwnij, foNonel by ao 



Yankee clock manufacturer has gone hence. Sotb 
Thomas died at Plymouth Hollow, on the 2Htb of 
January, at the age uf suvt-mv-Nvo years, llawas 
ilie originator el" thu cheap L'onneclicot clock, 
iihlcli. in iij rorlv li.iv, was- ■ unoi'leied the gieal 
invention of the n B e. 



S8 



THE CALIFOR 3ST.IA FA.BMEB. 



"Most of tlic Gove. 
greatly in advance of in in their appreciation 
the value oT jleliftici. England, Fran oe, Eidgiu 
and Austria, have, for sotno jean past oppli 
themselves carucslly lo statistical iuvt-Lijrili" 
sod in those countries the (ruth is bceomi 
generally n;cognitcil, llint Ibc world M large b 
1 the stntiatics of i very nnlion, 
tending lo develop natural ln.iv* uf universal co; 
nankind. 

"In England, Ihc labors of the SuUlslIcal Si 
eiety wboje eluboraie aod [near rnlimble public, 



'i, 

™d 


n J d"LtVg'nc D r nl!y bdL ved 
,■ iiilji.iniii'.- tnunties for Ihe 

of Hie vine. The great im- 
converslon of llio millions 


>!>., 


dnclive land into promising; 
tonec of the peoplo to invest 



piT.nl on, I labor, Tile expense of 
jthegrou ' 





... i , „.,ii [.., 


*Vh,.« ■„■,.„[.( ,.,.,11 ,!,,., I,,,,,,,,,,,, 








Iil1 ' -I - i'l prtiprrle, kp v..jn 


er that a man 






ll ill.' r., K i J l„ 1 i,, l - iv„„|.i LMLlnpl 




lhi.= l.r.-, n ,.-l, ,„- MKl'Msirj- [lint WO ul 


nwd until they 
in impulse to 






i-.-uiil.l i.ijri r :iml <n.-,)nr-;i;;c mi in, 


mlrinl pursuit 




We pruenl important ,!„,.„,, ., t 
coated by JojiBhiSTBln , b ^ d ^h n „„ c 



I "■" r >';'"i. Ak,. rilli : ," .>■— r. .':,r,i„.r 

Wl,h ' r«u : , u . Tl... I 



-ssSs^r 



tlltir Ltilton boW," VilWn," 
I over collage doors.— [II. [\ T ayl„r 



THE CALIFORNIA J 1 AMEE^ 



59 



liscelUnji, 



BOSO OF THE MOWilWa MACinSE. 

Away, away! with speed. ""J* 
Abmdjt lie mcailow B™**~ 

For min.l ! the longest summer day, 
If bright, loo quickly passes J 

Along tbo greensward dancing, 
TYbllii in ana oil, and out and i°> 

SI J nimble icolh are glancing. 
Away, away! wilt fpecd nwsy!— 

Trim not the fool's "lo-morrow," 



Em Sol goes down, the '-meadow lot" 
Shnll wait the Merry rakers. 

Away, awoy 1 with speed, away I 
Heed nol your thriftless neighbor, 



Athe, ace, and loll defying. 
Away, away 1 wilh speed, away ! 

Among tho tangled clover- — 
The Ames's work with mo is play. 



Along tbo groou-sward dancing, 
WtOst in and onL and out and In, 
Hy nimble teeth am fjlsocbg. 
[Country G 



.: -: ■ i n r ■ - i r I 



Mi. Preacatt'a Method of Literary Labor. 
Evcnmireo that relates to tho historical luuors 
of the lute Willi™ II- PrescoU ia of general in- 
terest. We hove, therefore, prepared n somcwbnl 
minute rS etch of the method of preparation and 
m adopted bv the deceased, by which he 
id to overcome liLi impaired vision, and 
to place hi! name among historians of till very 
Erst rank.. Jlr. Prescott, it is well known, though 
not blind, was affected -with b disorder of the 
nene of the eye, so that be was wholly inca- 
pacitated for reading and writing in the ordinnry 
nays. He was eiceedingly systematic in his mode 
of life, and devoted Eve hours ont of the twenly- 
four to bis historical labors. After breakrast he 
listened for an hour to some light reading, a novel, 
poem, or other entertaining book. He then walked 
for an hour. At holf-pasl ten o'clock his secre- 
tary coma to his study and remained till twelve 
O'clock. Another walk of on bonr was then taken, 
after which he went to his study and remained 
another hour nn'l a half with his secretary. 
After dinner light reading was again resorted to, 
and at sfl o'clock the secretory returned ond 

leisure was very rigidly observed throughout tl 
Eeason, during ihp v-urn 'I-.-vjUJ i-i ili<i [ir-|.ir.Liii. 
of his elaborate volumes. 

Mr. Prescott'a made <>f writing history was thii 
we will take, for example, his lost work, "Phili 
theSccond." lie arranged in bis study all tt 
books and manuscript; relating to that monnrcl 
which he had been years in collecting, at an ei 
pense of many thousand dollars. Tin;, nnmbext 









t thicl 

h probably cost 



iofm 











.-iLu-.!,!..!! l,v agents in s 




.:ouM Hi. it: light on tl 




Second. Eic.pl dkiii.iu 


ii.= .mil ..ilnr works .,] 




Hi- ml.i'ini! to the sub- 




. from the study. 


With liio raiit-Tinl:- tin, 




Historian romnninee.l hi 


work. Tb..- M-:..f:MtT 


lir.lrr-:„l Hie only Englis 


























llie ?'■■: I ■■<■..,:, wh., riai 




uf cjnit-ntsjiind a fei 


plages by may oi -|..uir.. 


,,.1 li ; ,l..vli. .iLi.lM.iu-.i.i. 



IS5S, the Oilrd of i 



icvcr lightly iofr 


, tl,.- li- 
ed as I 

riiiR it" 
tin r.-.iJ 


rnpulouslyas possible, 
i to be interfered wilh; 




.".'»- w" 


ng 

(i.. 


",; ih." .I 


of fira- 


P lc machinery, d 




the 


l^llULlllV 


■evolving 


,i= great tuemt. 




















oinsparcnt to e 


















on the same subjects, un 




























style, miiy make the reader fo 


Kill til. '.I 




ail which the no 


where 1 


un- 


iij-ofinv 




rigidly pursued, n 


.1 ..ti no 




ilitviind 




if judgment, wh 






ntyto.iv 


ry stnte- 
























aandnnd Isabella-.:: '. -1 -■ 


—of Don Sebosl 




Pcrtug-.i 






:ters Chi 














of Ii-rdir 














shroud of Cortes 


The h 


der 


an did n( 





t in: 



nail r 



— ide very light .. ... 
tight was imperfect. When fully prepared to 
" , Mr. Prcscotl-'.' diiily tii-=b would .,ver,i^... 

Most pcrsi-n; with perfect vision woold complain 
if they were dnilv .-..m|.i 1I-.1 tu ...py Sevan pages 
from those charming books. 

Tin- itiirlcii volume* ivhkh .-tiiriprisi- Mr. I'r'"-'- 



„.j.,l iMinim. 
ion, produced 

uf rYMLll.ill'l .ll<n.= :lt...:M.l. lll.t'.ui.)!" 

nd Peru, and the Reign of Philip thi 



th talcnlE capable ■:■[" Uinfc- i-rui.loii.fi 
of others, sit-- Qov.n -.villi vi.-WM llin! 



solely in himself, and neglects to eroplo; 
rtber than his own necessities rcqnire, i 
guilty of a breach of trust, fot which ho must on 
- intnble. 



Ami 


e without a girl 




nly half blessed; 














se full 








wilh Its cedar 


,- but i 


.ugh(< 


* by the 


reside 


re like the roses 




n. 


nd soldier 






bclwee 




ind a fashiom.l.l. luilv 


One 1 




powder 


ind the 


Dlbcr powders tl 










conditio 


nforo 


grumbler 




, is to feel like grumbling 




otbing 


to grumble at. 









two of the wursl 



NURSERY BUSINESS. 



Ie this i 

going on, which run- jr. :i.i til l"-ir future refer- 
ence. Of the three or four hundred volumes, a 

t'r-f.t i.i:.j'.rjtv, uf i.'i'i;'.- proved i,.irilil".--. t-' : in^ 

■"-'--'-fl of real 



hjradred, 

Tbo huge folios of manoscripts were n 
lacked. These bad been examined by a. 
tent ptTson, who prepared a careful dlgi 
table nf contents. The Secretory rend I! 
notes were dictated as ho proceeded. Havi 
as it were taken an account of stock, one 
tained the general chj 



!l,i.., 



1858—1859. 

SAN JOSE NURSERY 
FRTJIT TEEES, 

ORNAMENTAL TEEES, 

SHRUBS, PLANTS, ETC. 

18*000 ROSES, 

3HEEMHOTJ9E T'£,A.ITTt3 J 

Crape-vines, en. £(c. 

PALM OR SATE TREES 

Perfectly hardy In California. 

EOB SALB IU LOTS TO SUIT PURCIIASEKS, 

Tr.iili- nrnillttl at a Llbnirtl Ohicouul. 



T VARIETT OP m 

t'ruii and Ornameatal Trees ,2 

BBH1TBB, BOSBS, ETC., 
I can be found in any one Nnnory in California. 



SMITHS 

POMOLOGICAL GARDEN 

ji.3STlD KrTyBSERT, 

SACRAMENTO, 

On the American River, 24 miles from thn Cily. 

OFFICE AND DEPOT FOR TUBES, 
a .trtet, between Second mill TliIWI itrcoU. 



WHmfaL ^ e ^' ets offered from the 
Kfjgli abure c.'labliiihmcnls lhl>;;a-' 
JtZl »n are more than usually fine, 
1 In the Sl'MIlEH OF V 



of each kind 



„f frui 



LARGEST COLLECTION IN THE STATE 

oar caUlogno emhracln[ 
Over Nine Hundred Taxletle§, 

as Minn: 
Applbs, 245 vorietioa ; 
Fears, 27G variptios ; 

I'i.L">i ~, 100 vuri-ti."? ; 

Cherries, 90 vnrieliea} 
Peaches, 75 varieties; 

Nectarines, 20 varieties ; 
Apricots, 12 vnrielleB ; 
Grapes, 90 varioiioB. 

W« hetitoU not in .arioe thai oar 

PEAR AND CHERRY TREES 
Are the Finest Ever Ofiered 

for sale in tall State, of all dies, being from 6 feet lo 12 

and 1-1 feet hifb. The (roller portion belne not 

only or very largo ilie, but alio handsomely 

■baped, are elegantly adapted to Planting 

near residences, affording tho doable 

ADVANTAGE OF SHADE AND FRUIT. 

Of the above two fine Fruits ne otter 

2COOO TREES FOB SALE. 

or different rite« and prices, and as low at food Trees 

e»n be two e ht at any Erst-clim Nunery In tho State. 
Mnnj pereoni havobad bot poor meeasg nith Cherry Trees 

in this Statu. We Halo for their Information that 
Our Cherry Trees art grown upon tlic true im- 
ported jtfazzartl slock, and not upon com- 

monWalive or Oregon stock of IliisCoatt, 
tho former bolnc- the only stock £t to groir them on. 

We have atso a very line stock or tho follOKiog, vii : 

APPLE, PLUM, PEACH, HECTAEDJE, 

Apricots, Grapes, Pigs, Almonds. 

ides a Miscellaneous collec- Mt. 

a of other and small fruits, apt 

tho gronlngof the 



'articular regard has been 

Trees In GOOD SHAPE, and pare 

Tito-yein-old Trees will fintl thai 






inspeel 



mill. |.;.||.. 



Shade end Ornaroental Trees, 

Shrubs, Roses, and 

Greenhouse Plants. 

Embracing nil tbo old and noil known popular variolic*, 

woll as a great many others bitb goid and now. 
Also a very fine tot, of different pines, of that very popu- 



nccouut uf tin: abdication and hiM davs 
iher and predecessor, Charles the Fifth.. 
iiary K athered round him every volume, 

I monarch. The l.u t .k- ;.r.- in 
, Spnuiih, Italian and Latin 
one they were road aloud, and 
'lkui.1.1. Wb,-n everylhini! 
le*_tho EKU, hud been [icrnied 



TheSe^ _. 

eboat the laiin 
iheEnjjlisb, French 
langnagis. Ono hy 



going on in big 
The apparatus 



SEED. PLANTS, &o. 




■ . : ■■ Mi Hi ■ " i ■ '■ 

t" nil [-... :-r.t:i> I'EASi 

IM,'o«J CHOICE FRUIT iniltiUADE TREES; 



HYACINTHS, TULIPS, LILIES, UROCOS, 

JAPONIOAS, 

And a variety of other Bolbous Roots. 

PRUHIHG AND BUDDIHO KMYES, sad rlcty 01 

Hurt u I'll urn' Implements, 

eoelvlnc by overt Sipran from thn States, and 

Europe, a general assortment of 

Pield, Garden, Flower, Emit and Tree 
SEEDS, &C 

.— CntnlfMM fumubed en application by mall 

or nlbcrwlw ; ind nil onion dlreool to 8. W. MOORE, 



NURSERY BUSINESS. 
TREES! TREES!! TREES!!.! 

GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 
atr* r. -tsTjr :■: rmr 

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS., 
«fil. 01, 00 anil * JIeretu.nt Mmt, 

(Opposite Wosbinglon Market.) 

WB, TUE UNDEBSIONED, 11ESPECT- M 



■lKithoiole Areata olTrtiilel L, Perklni. of Ala- 
T who It Ibc J'lonocr Se«l Groncr or Cillfonua, 
-~'~- "o tbo railing and 



GRATES 4 WILLIAMS, 
Hos. 67, 69, and Tl, Merchant .tree! 



SEEPS! SEEDS!! 

Oro& of 1858. 

Just Received by Express, on the steamer 
John L. Stephens, 



CHOI* 03P ISrSB. 

TAKE NOTICE, 

judcrdgnrd being o'ealrmu of cHnblltblng a renulatin 
l'>. at u low ■ price u !li.-v 



Foreign and Fanoy Grape Boots, 

Peach and Cherry Trees, 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

For Bin by j ^ PANGBURN, 



GOOD OLD-FASHIONED ELM TREE 


many varieties 
llshcd in the 


but most or the American and Seolch 
or Eood lite, and when noil rjtab- 
oll, thoy are of very rapid gronth. 


■««„ 


ti, or Golden Chaih, 


Ma 


lb, in Tariety, 

Lihdeh, Earapcan and American, 

Cuixa, and otber Trees. 



Fresb A . i ' X ' lv etljB 

ers Agrieullural and Horticultural u 

^g SEED STORED - 1 

NO. 108 CALIFORNIA STREET. 
New Crop of 18GS : 



EO.KM assorted fruit Trees. 
DDTCII EDLBOUS ROOTS. 

Doable nyaolnlhs, I Rsnunrnlnr, 

Narclsauj, AnnniMio i , loli|..-. .il.-. . 

D»bliaJ. ^ ' IM, ' I aiidlolus, 

Also, a full eulleetlon of all kinds or n ELL. FRUIT, 
GARDEN, and FLOWER SEEDS i all of nblcb Be eon 

Sold wholesale and rolall, In quanlllies to >ullpnr- 
lOKn, at our Seed Slore. Alio, Prunloi Shears, Bud- 
Ine anil Pmnlne; Knives, ito. 

N.B.— All ardors forHarded to J.] 
oedimen and Florists, "111 moot i 



ao,ooo 
FRUIT TEEESa 




HOPE NURSERY, 



CITY OF SAN JOSE. 
X> . T . A I> A M § , 

ASS RESPECTFULLY WPORMS D1H FaiENDS i 
£C the public that ho has Tor sale a eholeo iloek 

APPLE AND FEAR TREES, 

that are hardy, and have been iTO«n with muefa , 



.nth, ii 



.IWaelion 






FltEHIUil wi 

Kll-.. I'-.li.l.ll.l-. -■:■■ .-l.rrir.MI. .1 r. ,■:.-.)■. ::L 
Ir.lBSB, bribe DK3T APPLE NUHSEKV. 









We call pnrtionlur attention lo onr colleclion of 
THE OAMELLIA, 



carbonated paper 
t writer i.m[.loy..d 
he ureal dirtieultv 
in tliu ordlniirv 
d, arises from not 

other. Both diBi- 
nple orraneement 
s written by Mr. 

lion* n'ndnmeuil- 
noeded. Tlie mn- 



lelive red free OB board the steamer at Alvito. 

» R O S B S s 

IS TEE LARGEST IN THE STATE; 

IIAB RECEIVEB TUE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

At tan STATE PAIR, held at San lose. 

O-MV OATALOQUE, B l.ln e tho different varieties, 
I have for this leison, and other laformaUon, will be 
net to at cry apnlleanL II will also be found with my 

AOEST3, Mfollo.l; 

MONS'R DELAB1GNE, 



TOlumea of Philip tfioVet 
panto ry nudies. These 



V JY..I.V. 



UESSTIS. GRAVES k WILLIAMS, 

MESSRS. STOUT & SARGENT, - Stockton 

MONS'R JAOQUIER, Sonofls 

L. PREVOST. 



it by mill to all 



BJ3- For more mlnale parlici 
so CATALOODEB, which wl 
pplleants. 



We invite uttontioa to our very Urge and general 
VEGETABLE SEED, 



Low, 



i very One and large, and w 
.ply i It t: TRADE In nnant 

■ Pricej (Jinn can be found 
,ny other establishment In tbo Sloto. 
now been grotriog SEED for o 
have siren universal aallifactit 

ID FRESH 






.\o vi- -York Seed WarcliouBO. 

ALFALFA, 

Hew Crop ; 
HUNGAKIAN GRASS; 

GarfJen, Eower, Field and Tree Seeds. 

gba THE cslonilto Variety of SEEDS wo offer.Msh 
C3£>r< ,:'■<-'• by eiperloneed Cultivalors in theAV 
^rSAtlullo EUK» and Euroae, and we have™ 
U^Ttbe E reale.l pain, to ncor. only tho Pureit »nd 
boat Stocks, and bars no duubl thoy Hill glvo tho ntmost 

Agricaitural and Scieutititj Books, 

FLOWER SEEDS, and Collections of Flower Seeds, 
pal up In neat paeks.ei, with direction. f°r cultivation. 
Goods securely ]*cltod, to jo lo any dlstanco. 
All orders W mall or otberwira (with remittances), 
will bs attended in with eiaolncM and promptitude. 

■ Llsht kinds uf Socdj cnn*e forwariod through 
.ail (nosUpi paid)- • 

0. L. KELLOGG & CO., 

HI EAHBOHE STREET. 






. Thosi 



>r Retail Trade 



BERRIES! Coll 

■>■■'■' ..;,..-, r..-.r , ,,-. '*><* 

,:-,!.■!■■ I"' Tl.-.. I...1-! l.f i.if:m|.:i.L-l T.illi llm Cab, 
-.■ n-f.-J-mi.- Tf.-.. .-ill 1 ,!,.n-,:.[nti-.-.-, l illclllybywbnJ 

ini'? i.iij- |.r, ■!...!. I.- .:-:|u jf-. .1 !:.>-, ..r lifcn.llir.r ■ for 



Fruit and Ornamental 

TREES AND SHRUBS. 

Roses, Vines, and Exotic Plants. 

PARSONS & CO., 

Fluahingi near New Toife, 

ajWcs* INVITE nltentiou lo llicir fine fiEa 



Tbcir EXOT10 DEPARTMENT, ocenpying a 

■^'■iik,' i'i '.. ',:,:'(• ■''■'''■! .V..:!ilr^."VVV«riBll«i| 1 EXOT10 

Tboir ROSE department contains a large nssort- 
InThniJPM'SRoVNirDEPARTMENT th^ 

lllL.-i, PLUMS, fKAi-'UEH, APPLES,*.;. Tit.-.l- arc nuw 

In^lho^IARD^ORSAMENTAL DEPART- 

MF*iT Tilll.- fi.iiTi.l A lur/.' qunlilllr iui-1 i-ri-lr .'1 DL''ID- 
'UOuS mi EVERGHEEJi tttEES ■"^SMBUWJ^ ^* 

Spiraai, LitaesT'$°'-"J< hi <"- Wtigtlta*, 

Sluartiai, Andromedai, i^yrus Japomca, 

jVoTiouu Spruce, Deciduous Cypres; 

Lareh, Ash, Mapltt, Beech, Linden, 

llioy have made llio ItHODODENDRON » 

liflV can'ofler IL at rr.-hllv r.-li^-..! r-t", I'ni? IWhUlj and 
riahn~.nf lie folla^ .-I ilowt r. ut llilj .-nlu.bla ■bral. an- 

ru°binci! tu UK ttijBjIvo vrVnaealloa'S , ™™?\ c ™]|™™4 

Podocarpus, A'. Ir;i.-|" "'"."'. C'phalotaTUS, 
Thujivptis, Taxusertcta. 

' 'ind othcrt , 

For Hoilces. they would call attention lo we- 

.■li'.LUIA!! AHIK.IItVir.E, a-LWl I. (ar moi.nJn.lilo lb«l 
ll;,. AMI.IIK1AN, In il.-ii 11 1--.. In.ii ■|-!-...!W. ; : '-'- 1 '■ -,'• 
CI...-1 ..nil .:.:i„[-..-lli. Il.i lia'.il, r.-.jiilif. no lriminln[, and ta 

^■"clieM itleallonS BWeVw I'.c.iko and FoawAan- 



VALUABLE PUMP FOR SALE, 

ALAR0E W0RTH1HGT0N PUHP, wilh Tobular Bollen 
■nn rao« cmulrlo.pjinratu,! ilimi a Lloch ilrean 

I ■: ...■ I; ■ ■ ■;.:; ■■ ■■ ... I ■■ , . i .... . :,..-■. I', ri i. '■ 

i.m lUiir i; : ,ij i-j i, n ,,, isniii.m-. ri.i.i.i.. .|.i ■ 'H-. Hii-- 



PcrsouH about Flatting Up Fences 

WILL find ll much ,to tholr advantaeo to gel ono of 
HYDE'S PATENT 

Soil- Adjust mg Feat-Driven. 

thoy h i 



. driven i*!lU 



Vl'io i.jrao forco'could do It 
,o ono nood ba told baw eu^rlc? 
le. Paionor MaoHU -u, tto- 
HVHl: A uutiQUTOW, 



60 



THE 



TTftTfOBKIA^BMEB. 



(re Wifuroia 



mm' 






Sdpnucccmpllihnl 



California the Grain Depot of Uio 'World. 
A mhmol observer of the progress of nation 
in their industrial relations, coo easily tell wber 
this balance of power will be In years (0 come, n 
«11 (but relates to the principal nrlicles of raonu 
fcolnrc, mechanic oris, or tbu productions of lb. 
eorlh in their crude state- 
In the years past, the blenched cottons not 
printed calicoes 
principal!/ impi 






Whi 



many years a 

Honeb ester, 

facturcs bore off the priK! 

England, lately" 

Until lately, oil the via 
Slotes cane from France 



■m India, Great 
it great power I 

it-, iLlmofl nil the cutlery,! 
(7u(,il ., were imported from 
nd Leeds, England. Wh 



t? No 



State- Fair— Now BnJlcUrjgB, 



,„HcdatthedIspositionof tbi 
car, tbot the Kiecutivr Board 
ctlng wisely 



. . ... , . .puringjobi 
back, if possible, those who ore 
tboso who li»e refused I" »< kf ' 
iming Fair-nod they col 
there is a bad fueling, c 
■d: and tbal the doings of the 



- Bbflll I A*& aie ' 



t tbu eyes of tbe world looking 
nd what Is now Iho whole 
Press! Already thoy ore 
ibowing tbi 



n popnli 



..,,,1.1. 



any of their groat staples of food. A r 
tbe European Press can detect the fear, « 
9 the potato 



f slock, product io 


icnl year. 


odperofion of txh 
rash their bonds of 


11 the specu 


nu and partisan a 
oings of the past. 


lions which 
The public 



:1 that there ha' 
.bat ifieulfl Of r 
t there were large proli 
idols and, diplomas; tin 
-e this pro 61 has gone. 



ic Comi 






u, tbe . 



I of ci 



is vastly increased beyond their capacity to pro- 
dncc; and in England, Franco, Belgium, Holland 
and Germany, the food gu^lion i-i [he gn-jt ,|U- :- 
tion, and all eyes turn to the West Torn supply. 

Tic Wcsll the Westl Iho Westl New York, 
Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri: these ore not 
sow the great West, only tbe great watchword. 
Onward and westward Smpirn Hbnll have sway; 
and California and Oregon opd Ibeir slsler States 
will soon tend their cargoes of grain, wine, and 
oil to the commercial marts of the world. Gall' 
fornia holds a migbly opportunity In her hands. 
If the Pope of Rome holds the keys of St. Peter, 
California holds the trident over the voters of the 
Goldto Gate; and if tbe cnltiTators of the soil 
of oar Stale would read the future, and if onr 



legislators would 


ct with refer 


nee lo that future 




rBRemfnt to 


:be agriculture o 


our State, Califo 






granary of the v 


rid; and bcr 


cargoes of grain 


would takcprecei! 




her grain offered 


for it is admitted 


Ibfll It has c 


ery advantage o 








countries; and California can 




tbe European mat 


CU at a lowe 




be done from the 




;ct of Chicago. 


Europe looks 


.0 the Unite i 


States for the! 


supply, aad that 


great talism 


n or lbs groin 




, the Mark L 


ue Gazette, says 



tbatwemus 




ok for 
















Shall the 


Press of Ed 


ope b 


raid tbi 






thearT Where is 






irnot Calif 










than Califon 


la? Whoc 








than Califo 


nians? Wb 


o can 


raise it 




We hold, tbfl 


with Ibe 


cbt k 


nd of rntli 






inheli 


raise a 




Europe with 


mllLnninf | 


nu 


with profit 




The 






giro lo California a ban- 








Where is tbe 


market for 








think. 











EdtDt 

Bonthdown Sheep tor California. 

from tbe facts 
j.lcndid Merino 
4 Wynn, from 



sheep imported by Messrs. £ 
the flock of J. D. Patterson, 
.mnintuloed their high charae'ti 
both tbe full " ■ 



■Jllli-i: 



■ially improved in o 
from J. Q. Tailor's ati 
tha last year by Maun 
evidently a wouderfu 
Southdowus, now la 
weigh folly yl/(y pau, 
give promise of apt 
bloods. With such 



I points. The Southdown 



of lliecrni 

ork. Vnrli 

of real estate, hot 

Iris. In conver 

d men of propi 

ground, trial groi 
buildings for oil tl 
the hue grounds o 
Society, 
Sceielyi 



ids for tbo < 



nujorliy of tbe people 



Bjijalli Dpenlns "OT ro 

increaslog facilities lb. r, 
ten toil " [1,i '"* °' der stB 
,pes of thousands bod I 



hopes ; while hundreds too 



i-.-ilv «[.are, 


oy tens 


a of these u 


corinintie 




fiteiliti. 




the] 




luing of th 


State r 


quires 


ur id 




should be ol 


the mul 


rehab! 


kind 




.uperior, to 


ther Sli 


03, 






And why 










down supinely, and permit th 






ed in selfish 


= ..'1 ll.-ni L'-i 


lo control all 


tbo great 




s peri ly. 


Pojjtio 


itrol 


ill tin- gt 



tale ; we roe 


no the great bod 


of the won 


who could c 


sulrol nil those 


matters if 


d. There ne 


-er was a State 
o much grealn 


s?. or sad'. 


ded wealth; 


never a Common 


wealth that 


n its bound 


so many men 


j of prospi 



-all 



■ : . ... -, J||t.() 

cry nppooranco of o growing pros- 
ling upon this eily. although bast- 
ad the city quiet at this tiroo, by 



.nd orchard*, the fragrance 
•om«: the beautiful cottngesn 
cod io give this city n com 



The i 



dwellings they oc- 
nd toke pleasure in improving and beautify- 
im ; and Ibis gives a character and tone o; 
icncy, for every one will protect our oitti. 
ors should nlwnys ride out to "SmTii'i 
rs." It is Ihe place for passing a mosi 
ile ond instructive hour. The Legislature 
session, should receive a visit. The Slnt< 
- should be seen ; few have uny idea of tbe 



ind K : 



tion Company; the 



erary stores. 



e piles of freight tha 






b bnngs ii 



Socramcofo. 

ilding on Iho high 
the ridge. Properly owners will be 
idy owners 



sell ol 



rood, stock n 






t place for the groi 



ons of all hinds, a 
.1 the Levee, lake I 
iytolhc Fnir groum 
fast, and fatigue. 1 

idedly t 

little reflection, 



den the p 



Bcste Agricultural Monthly. 

Monthly aj the Statt Agricultural Society, fc 
inds, and its curious introductory rrfi'fe 
is tha conductor?] excited mmt in 
If this document it the Sociely's Monthly, th 

■'■;-,-t, ;i',K: for ils cooli 



otatr it; in fee 



reporla. Having 
oral of the Board 
.ny one that will 



hey will find they will weigh like 
nill-:iuQ,'_ii will drag Ihtm down, 
le Society Monthly should fir,! receive 



>uld he pnoli-hed thai c 



Tl.i.: M f , n il,|, 
noot be mnin- 
ucb a Monthly 



Home-mndu Boef, Pork, a noon , r^^ el0 
Wb have often spoken of the progressive wor': 



tore encourage and protect eolerprisi 
iso to make our State the most ri 
prosperous among nil nvhcrsl 

The eibibiiion ofstock the prescal 
grand, ir the Managers of the State I 
partiality and select Committees the 
doty, aad award premiums aecordinf 



Mr. G 


e'K. 




On" 














g of heef, porlr 






eltha 


cntcrp rises of 








notice and o 




tonrn 


[eme 


t- Mr. Cooper 


has os 


tCBSI 


uala 


ghter yard, on 


the Yo 






1 much cost, 




visio 


is of 


all kinds, so a 




doco 


ol th 


highest meri 


' and 




ugo 






and, 


n proof of it, go lo 


his G 


Blrec 




here sec all th 


snmpl 



i,l: uud tv« never shall get such, in 
e nnd the government of the State 
lo spread nLroad to the world the 



iho con do by Hooding the Atlantic States wi 
luch pamphlets, periodicals and reports, the er 



f people fc 



The Honey Bee. 
trful success which has intended the 
of Ihe lloney Bee inlo California, nnd 
Hives of Bees nt tho present dale 
:e), has led many parties to make tbe 



of which 




of the DBG 


only ;0fl wcr 


Wo ore 
own apta 


g eipcnmcat 
unvlnced that 
lata SlOO eac 



■t to Vlne-Qrowora. 



from laiailua 
ie right. Co 



of the wo 
import in eh anlmiL 
cost (of the diner, 
nnd hotsci) from i 



lvE"L'|,|t..t,. 

the stock- 
: in Cullfun 



;ame, vegetables, 
ircscnleil by bci 



r- G. in his e 
i "a. Tlim 



bay California 
cheapest. We 
nil who have E 



The Rbo of w a te, 1B . 



'--"v^fromV^ 111 ^ 



I llj-llii 
..f th.. , 



ilr.iin-gn.nvir" -li.uild vi 



grain wore properly cleaned. Sacramento 
lumber of Flouring Mills, of most excellent 
tcr, nnd the flour manufactured stands very 

s can be made. We wonder irAji we need im- 

iiTs ond gardeners should vi^it the agricul- 
lores on J sleet: Charles Zeltler t Co. have 



nilh's Sccd-Storo nnd Gre 






supply ; 
dpla. 



Mr. Smith, as at 
. Mr. Bay has 
trues, plants, books, birds, 1 
1 in nny qunnlity, Wilso 
a large collection of Ire 
Strong also bus a collec 
JS and seeds. Purchasers 



ri:.!j.-r 1-L-li C.I.!, 1-1, 1,,,-, ii.. i-,.., ,-..-.,., ; 
Blfewno Hotel C. I. UatcaWn 

w^i'u'^IS 1 . 1 ™ 1 a S rJ D' , 5'* ct ' r c ~ 




tiublp CcFniba 4 BibcoA..li.r Fuusit. 

m 1 ^ ' "" h ' : FfictDr J [r ^ ■''--' '-■■■• Hi Bacriuoeato 

tlliburj, f.iunnel-. hurr.i, fruii. .:,- . . It 1 v. r :-.li jetton M^rltn 

■ii,,-;:,ri j 5 r ; /... i7 ,.„. J „„.j r , p „].,-.' >:.., -I ,„;..,; i„;, .:^;\ 

uaftrdBrotaer...r or lJrOilni 1 Jt>m,,h- n ^W,.,l,.|.. J--,,-,.. 
;™/J™ 1 , ^ ! ;'*™' : ' i ™ a | TrJI " w * rr « li;i;tl *- F a™°rOIB«i 
porum™ Emportun, .... BeprtBraftCT^IiVia wuhln'Jwi' 
i ™"* Pc? bcrd..Ch.rlc. Anhur El, 

' bUr1 far u'l" ' ■p^',"^" 1 "' -ware"lr<!ea ' - . .M BattBrJ 

v°nhin S tan'pm , n r V!,r^' 1 r.-''-.'.'';',"i"^:': h .7"l'si^Vi^ 

Aj-dro.M,inlcsmprT 

mPdl-.M-MBmh 



'-,:.■,.■■■■ /, IVilll.,,:,.. r..„i',.-l- 
h.-ll.v: .'. i.;.).. ..N.: ; v\urt 

|-.,r,-i.jrci, J I. -- r^,-:|i r crop. 

Sr.. .■.'■'-:,'.'. C J .--.'r,';,,V J l ",.:'l ' 
Si.nv.-Udi hluJJ.nl ,111 

==■-!: '.-J^-'Ini; Pottdriicr 









iridgc should r 
prove plcasa 
uld go over ai 
the Messrs. Dong. 



• attention ; a 
nd, by all a 
the fine colli 
And, ere you 

lonnme; of which, if 
Inge, or a sndiDo-hor 

, and enjoy the glor 
nnd they can write 
a double good. 



What Must Be Don 
Wt conclude this week n synop.-i: 
il plans of policy advanced by Co 
:-ncGt of tho State; and we canno 



pendent 


n labor Tor 






found 111 


r rewards ir 


It is exec 


dingly diseou 


mining, I 


lui.l implcvt 


Thclimil 


d demand for 




that branch 






I.Ul liillL- 






no public 






syai 



CqOllll;, 



rli.in i.mj.l.ivinL.nl (.1'l.ibor. 

orks going on, ouTering o 
iuiy iirnl r..-r,,.iEi,T,il...- l Tn|,li,ym..[]| i,f ]:,l.,-,ri n U ' 
n.J ; nnd llcmr III. i-i,m]il.,inl ,i(:,iin i i ',,1 it,, r[1 i ii 
rein do we tail to nfTer iiiilueemi'iit .-u]'li..i,rii in 
hi- I" our shore? the tlioui-andH who look wilh 
r.. in tli'. i-u-t of hucIj n jouraoy, 
''What a dilferenl state af things will appear on 
:iii:iiH'.lr;,Li.i,u>f llu-onew pliuiu— tile e;.|:il.]i ■!!- 
-' " n Stnte Internal Improvement Fund on the 



" , - 1 - ]""[ 'I, not onlv i-iviM |.r,,n. 

-i t Ti.J ot Ihe Winn. ....m.-L-rning uublk 

II il-elf i.ir.T.l- a ure.,1 imhi.i ui.iil 
lurn billler, but It i.llVrs grcil a.|v,iii 

nl1 " ''' " , - "!--■•:-'<■ in ..i.'ii.nllm-.Ll 

benefiticd I,, rhe pureliu;,., imj, 



which 




Books Received, 
have received from H. H. Bancroft 4 Co. 
to new works from tbo pen of Rev. Dr. Scots, 
aaocd, Smnton, or (Ac Hebrew Ifercvlei, and 



thers from tho 


pen of this distinguished 




st and beautiful truths, 


ced by nihllcn 


authorities. The author 


vo aroood the 


history af Sampson, tho 




test truly absorbing, and 



cry reader will find w 

itions touching "The Giant. " Tho work should 



of every 


woman in our State. This work is dedi- 


catcd to 


the mothers and daughters of tho Pacific; 




nc in tho dedication contain* a truth that 


should b 


I felt and understood better; "Sho who 


rocks th 


Cradle rules the world." Tbe Persian 


Queen s 


ould be in every family, for it contains 


matters 


f IJiblicul History, obtained so clearly 


and with 


so much interest, that tbo mindsof all will 


bo instru 


ctcd thereby. It is a most excellent work 




o received the pamphlet containing tho 


proceed. 


gs of the Meeting at Mutieal Ifall on the 




dhdactmn; together with the Sermon on 




rntaltrancc, by Rev. Mr. Cutler. There is 


» pcculic 


r interest in this case, for il lies at the 


fouodatm 


n of religious liberty. 






-Wo 



a heard 



ggested that we shall bore this plngUD 

nt year, ire think not; from tho fact of the 

great quanlity of rain, which would tend to the 
uctioa of their eggs ia the ground. We havo 
ved a gloss jar, from a friend at Potaluma 

(wo regret he did not leave his name), containing 
varieties of the grnsshopper, collected near 

Potnlnmo in 1858. One variety, green winged, 
as found on tbo top of tbe Chinese sugar-cono In 

tho fields. We truly thank our friead for these 
.tuples. 



Franc Ii 



in.., 



a this city yostarday-Fedcrioo Gl«ta, 
ljivra printad in nroiga language*, Sao 



To Parrot * 

Vi.ch.r. $;,!.;, 
S»1,'J-M ; Kn 
$lS],.ltlOj A 

At Colnuih 
the News of 
maro i 

autlfui 



'bleh arrived this week from Son 
real quantity or ailvor, as follows i 
10,000; Alsop £ Co., $70,000; B. 



b — . 


■li|,-htl,il |,_ 


day, but rather I 


o gold by 


night 


place lasi Tutiihi 
lira hives, but a 
Tho best hire, fa 
that down lo $10 


A. aloof Honey Bit*, at au 
y. Tha original invoice w 
ly forty-nino were offorod 
reught $72 SO, and then rn 


is eicbty- 
aoJ sold. 
B ed from 


Tin 
Staple 
81.BS1 

Tub 


shipment of Treasure, by 
us, which left no Monday 
93974, Thomimberofpui 
only-flvBi oftheiiu, Ufiy-eae 


last, on, 
• ia Teh a 


r John L. 
unlod ta 
hundred 


PiTHNr O 


rn» Itcranis- 


-Wo bav 


fretiueal 


Voan 


loipate a 


ruaders for Uio P 
ol for distribution 


tent tunc 


hlr:": 



THE CALIPOBNIA' FARMER. 



61 



DOMESTIC SUMMARY 
The Salmon Ffeberr in the Sacramento P« 



Me. 


Run has tan* intnxlu 


red Into Um 5c 


nal, an A 










st.U i 


bt«in..t«k!»M« 


n Railroad Compon.c*. 


Cii- 


ff U Joiksov all 


1 E. D. Uach 


Eaq., her 


mm 


BC «d operation* n 


reriBc; lb. ha 




•dm 


iod its approaebee. 






Os I 


ue-dar the t>cnnto .. 


opted a ruolu 


ob inline 






sue tho enretioa of S. > 


Hcllrt 


or, laic Slate Trcaio 
f $108,000. 






In 


Marphr and Slockl 


n Bt*g< nai 


nuhtd awa 


in Cain 


nilu crwk, 22d ir. 


1, mvol.iug U 




ionw, 






.ger.no 


fricebt nero ani 






Toe 


=iilh Chaptcioribc 


Siena Citiirn' 


CORD slorj 






brings oi thi 










appear* 


to be long nana mi 


n.- QUdtob 




The, 


PrincMS arriTrd lb 


a morning, =a 


> tho Sacra 


mento 


Bee ofIburrt)i.r, an 


J nils the Uu 


■ca City, de 








«Ct*- 


Who -ooldn't (rami 


at IhS. rate. 




The 


election far cltr officer, of Marrsn 


Is, on lion 


-daj lajt, remltod io the B 


iglas parlr 








rdcr, Trcasc.! 




ami Ml 




VlrT.iln-'riill'.! 




ihe Ma 


■jbal. Clerk, and Era 


Aldcrtncn- 





i member of the Slocktou Turn-Vercin, 1. aid I 
bare raiwilwo tn-cntT-flrc-poundi.cIe.hLi 3,000 lirni 
in Ihe »pa«i of doc boor. Thi? would make an aggrr 
gate weight railed of 90,000 pounds, or 1S00 poondi 



Fob the paaL week, rajs "V San Andrea* Indopcnd- 

■ofeirlr iprtog. Underlie influence of an unclouded 
■iky and thesofl warm sunshine, bill, wood, and rallcr, 



Ar BtoekioB tbo water in Ibe plo 
(era inches WedBefdar, with a gto 
CJ. The Republican far., wn n 
manr feet higher, in the course < 
San Joaquin and its principal t 



TheO. 



of Calare, 



n Ihe United 

-State*, OD tbi 'J r Ah •■! A[.ril. in .-..ii Andreas, by a Pro- 
.ctssion. Oration, and Ball. Similar proceeding) will 
lake place in carious portions of the Slate, and (he day 
■fll be held w a general Fdira] Day by Ihe Order. 



Sprd 




U1 


;.,:,-.- ... 


.-.,, 


e nt last, 


17s tbo 


Plicerv 






,MV,Ji,..-, 




Tbcrhillio 




■clonaa 


abieh « 




Dg draped 


Iho 


icayens in 


fonera 




arc all 




jhed be for 


[bo life-giving 


lUBllgh 


*f sprit 


g. The 


hllla and roll 






onning 




e.dy (aD 




gear, and 


11 ] 






afapr. 


tracted 


teas 


on of plan 


"'" 


" " ,d pnL 





Iciad which baa riiitcc 



The. CarjBr.— The I'laecrviTlo Observer oceonnl* aa 
rollout for the sudden death of oao of the Digger tribe, 
•ho recently departed from the land of acorns and 
.grasshoppers for the spirit-land of Diggerdom 1 

Perished, !», (rem drinking wbi-kcy, 

Knock -'tin -stiff and flaming red-eye— 
finch as kill! 'cm ai ihe coonlcr, 
Forty rods or any distance 
Fcriibed thru the wretched Injio 
By imbibing ilrychotno wbiiltcj 
Sold by come confounded hummer 

Strychnine whiskey— wbltkcy slrychalne. 
The Ob^uk* am tLQtiird lij Ihe Dame paper aa follows: 
«a Fridny last, near Culrer'j Mill, Iho root Diggers per- 
formed the la-! lad riles oier the mortal [.art of some 
4efnactblghmuck-a-muckIoJin. The body waa placed 
upon a big pfle of dr 



an J l:r.:.tk-t (■■ 



Fb 


h La Porte, E 


San Jo?e Tr 




wltha 






lie* on 


tbeg 


ound, 


and is 


still falling. 


whi-h 




Unly 


bnttl 




piptl 


Uw he 




labai 


of sn 


w. ti 


I tbo 



io thi 



wo will be blr 
in, for Ibe snow now 
nlolwclrofeetdeep, 
r faabiUtions of men 
aaw, nothing riribl, 



rirer, at Brlgblon, rose II feet wilbin a few hours, and 
on Tuesday njght foil 10 feeL The whole-ale reeclnl Of 
drin-wood has been 'u, ponded for the pre-ent, allhough 



Tuk D01 Apgclei SJbi "f Ihe 1 



A i.httkk from San Bernardino, March I J,in IboSlor, 
says : The weather here of lato has been most delight, 
ful. Peach Ireej are In full blossom, and are ltoginning 
to unfold Iheir mantle of green. Tho -heal and barley 
crops look fine and giro promise of a plentiful barccsl. 
All of this Hires lo our lovely ".alo" the beauty and 
lifoof early spring. 

We are informed by a gentleman who risked the 
where tho heavy and disutrous slide took place lately 



Iho ilinct within the last six months, (ays 
tho draw Valley National, baro fallen considerably. 
Three dollnrs a day for a good hand is what most of tho 

iployed at that rale. The prices for all sorts of work 
the mlDc- his fallen pronottionnlly, and hence, leads 
ikh tii months ago would have ruined tbeir prtmrlB. 
■s, »ill now pay handsome nraBU. Tho prices for oil 
f labor, and for all menus in the production of 






.tring Is 



ess, and the 1 
tsarily incn 



Whethc 



nlr.i CpsIb tide recently, we heard frequently 
the great tncouvcnicnce eiperlcncsd all along 
it Bfction for the waul of an ciprcfa that would 
tj letters Bt .1 rro-fonaofr rofe. A letter from 
1 Lcnndro or San Antonio, to San Francisco, 



e bad o. 






I.. ll.Ltl:i!i.l. 



vron't stand it. Bomber t Co. hud the only 
s line till very recently; nmv, we arc pleased 
ir, Hint a new Express has been Blurted from 

. Office in San Francisco: Milk Depot, 133 
>- street. Notice cards veil! Boon moke it, 
1. We are glad to liernld it. 
i Sriiixos to is Opesbd. — Great prepara- 
irc being planned and carried out, to secure 
; visitation lo this beautiful nnd hcnllliful 
tbo coming season. We learn that the 
. Tiinft design, in connection with other 



; tbc price of passage to bo nboui two dol- 

-conncction to be bad with the atngc line; 

by which tickets ot Inw rales can bo hod, through 

m this cily. This in important, tor travelers 

■n fur pli-nsnrc. like lo sit down ond count tbc 



and, r 



r, the 






Tfc learn also of a Ken Ferry, from Ynllcjo 
Contra Cosln. Thin is well. All the Inter- 
■mmunicnlions we can hnre from place to place, 
id the more and grealer fncitilics, the boiler for 

erybody. 

REcc.anED l.-romiATios about VistrAiiDa.— Wc 
Hire to make it record of nil Ihe vineyards of our 



,.»|u-i,irm-.-.| 



infer 11 fuvor which sholl r 



ond shall be vcry 
ins Tines planted 
of the number of 



moris, as we have said, for a hsppj gntliuring, will 
be Ihe scene of a grand Ball uf the "Sutler Rifles," 
and gives promise of being a very grand nlfair. 
The Sutlers alrrays do op thc. l c (hinga in good 
shape, nnd wc shall expect this Ball on the 3191, 
will eclipse aU the military halls that have pre- 
ceded it. 



PiitscoTT.— The accident which deprffed IVen- 
ott, tho historian, of the use of one eye (says the 
jalem Regiiler), and, subscuucnlly, so impairecl 



»>o«m of a placid lake, or ea 


gles in the .on 


1 nir. 


Aboro tali place, 1 nndor.tand, tbo ladles ge 










A sudden rla. in the rirer at 


Sacramento occu 


red on 




















•quantity of logs, timber, bo 






among the timid the idea Ilia 


the cily would CO 




bo swamped. The water ran 


into the .lough r, 










at tho month of the Amcricat 






On Soodny the Saeratncnlo s 












*pir.ai JJ feeli nITru. at 












the American. During the nig 






fieely mto the sloogb, end 1] 












that tho rirer mast rue some 












lie country far and wide must 







by a blow from a crost of bread, thrown a 
"IB room by a fellow-atudenl in Commons 
car the close of his College career. This sec 
ilamity changed the whale current of his 
hlch he intended 10 devote ta legal pursuits 
Gu.iliv lcii h i 111 ii.tti 1l1.1i luilli,.,,. career oar 
■ * l,ioTfhiclilirli.i'. n.:llie%.-d:n,urld-r-[i u wr,ed 
for himself and country. 



lorFebraary. On Monday night last the J 



The 






■ ohtnined from Mr. Hoi 



[i prclly lively, 
f large importing 
is Ho bins on A Co. 



: ii 1, .in-; 



of « 



Iness. At sight, the town is not 
mpress one fnvoriihlv. us it b .'Hu- 
U-y, mrruundi-d by bnrren, rocky 



s party is at Ouaynioa, not doing 

,5 thcpcoplo of Sonora are opposed 
■0 in their auaira by s-pcculuting 
ernment functionaries in the city 
of flne brick houses 



nished 



aBtl"n>IllTilc;i.li:ili(iUI ■■'."> mil. 

ad Uermosillo 400 miles ; the road through, lb 
alley is perfectly level. At present, peace prt 

.lil/iii ltlf.Sl:ilc, I'e'-queir.i lncinirK'Hi'' lo Min.il'.i: 



highpt 



reely 

i"iliitli--r.-il.-.t dilh.ulty, Jlr. Dl-iiI 
a of forly mules; pri.:i- very high, 
idant, nnd bring nbout SI 50. 



Tli. 



:ity of 
e richc 
iful e ir 

and* on IbeYnqi 



it from Hermosillo, 



the Slate. It is s 



iboundi 

fully wo 

r.;..lneliv.. 



id lo bo very 1 
annually overflowed; tbc 
n when lite waters recede, by making a 
h a stick and dropping in the corn. No 
further opcriilions neee>;ary. Tho lands of the 
"iiycj river arc said to be also very fertile. 

Tfib Cash abb Cut bit Systems,.— The Sierra 
itbten, in n sound mi.fi |ilii]r>.-')[iliii:nl nrliele under 
the above caption, hr-j.n lie- tlie que.-lion ofrepenl- 
ig all laws for the collection of debt, and shows 
y verr clear reasoning that Hit, honor of u debtor 
limlJ lie (he nnlv gn-irantce of payment ; or, in 
Iherwonl.-.. I hut n'll rlehl, jloill lie del,t.. of honor; 
nd, tint Ihe adoption of such a system would 



_ t 

Tub Tree Docratsx.— The Kew York Tribune, 
referring to the President's special message asking 
Congress loclolhc him with nuthorily lo send, when 
.11 see fit, an armyinto Mexico, Nicaragua and 
New Granada, lo protect the Iithtnuj mules, sl.v- : 
"We thank the President for his unintended im- 
petus to the Pacific Railroad. Who does not see 
that all our Isthmus troubles, past, present and 
prospective, grow out of our use and presumed 

ing'from our Atlantic to our i'-.i..- !,;...■ t err!lori- i'v 
Give us the Pacific Railroad, and we need not vio- 

prolection of any transit j for out Pacific mail?, 

passengers and traffic will pass entirely ihr,,u:-h 

" heart Of Our own country, in less (bun half the 

c now required for their conveyance by way of 

--- ly to press 



jugh tl 



■I h.rlliieitt,." 



II..T-. lleifli l.'iinp .iri'l ln.,rri.- 1 I'll I rlin e vears, ;elui 
' : v-ieTeeiiieii'. nri.jcs eiut of a nii;hl-tiip. which It 



Ji>crj FonUjiwill be glad It 



in bo no poj.ft/iltr p/ Ii 
FOWLER t VfELLS, 



3Y l-nu A I'lil-rli:!!.-', place I 



ty- Hi Ambrolrpe. ware not . 



ST. GEORGE 

HOTEL! 

Comer of Fourth and J Streets, 

SACRAMENTO. 

MTH18 HOTEL, 11AVIHG BEEH THOBOtJOHLY 

RE-FITTED AND RE-FURNISHED, 

18 KOW OPBIf 
FOB TUB RECEPTIOM OF THE PUBLIC. 
€. I. UDTCIIINSON, 



WOOL WANTED. 

THE SUBSCRIBE 11 

WILL PAY CASH FOR 

-mw sstjb* at m^i 9 

CUE EWSTJINQ SEASON. 
THOSE HAVING WOOL TO SELL WILL FIND 

.1 Street, between Front and Second, 

Or, at City Market; 

Sao rA trt g nto . 

8-3m flf. D, ST/VNWOOD. 



r3PEOIAL NOTICES. 



JW Jteaify. 
IF ILLUSTftATBD 



iiii^ L 'el' , .ii: ,1... .■-.]: n-..:- -r.d ln.T,-..i[,^ iho profit. Ol Hurl 
tfcandlclartrj. They.re tdaptej 10 alUoctloiu— douthor 
I well a. Horthera lalemUi oetaj [.IthraU. reprOMOle 
icrcin, The.JtlMconiprl.eB: 



The Hon 



Tnr. F ab m ; 

With Chap ten on Agricultural Chemittty, BaUa, f 
HlBBnted. 



Bleep 1 Sleep I Hleei 






I Sleep I Bleep I 

he ran that, while ^Bailing, our health do 



pie., and people them with god.; bat Geoiu. I. required ta 



Tc woriblp the beautUnl, goud, lad Mr, 
Tu wniUilp U Iho .hitna of Beauty I 



Joined hand In inarL thej'rv lln 
Here. too. Iho aged, iLe ntJ-'leii 
Tbaj-, hud in hand, together gi 



Dagarmlu rSnller 



I 1MI1I.I' ,r:mL-j>- for Ihe cure af Cei-jAj, t 
rt. Croup, irnoo^Jef Ctwgk, Bad ercry for 



INTERNATIONAL. 

San Francisco, California. 

i— », TUB UNDERSIGNED INVITES 

the a,tlont.i.,ii or (he Travalluf J'<i!,li-i. 
iDd .Iran gen 1b particular, to tho meriut 
t thi. Home. 

ItwM Bilabli.hod under iUt present n*nn.;.iLiierj! OB 
the l.t January, 1657, as n 
FIBST-CL A.SS HOTEL, 

A. S™ HALEY, 

JNO. J. HALEY, inn) E. R. ROBINSOH, 

with adellcacv not nishing to encroach upon the merit, 
of other house' 0.1.1- ■■■■■ r--ill It- ros-.rH-.--S Mv-r vrilli 
irhirli ih-ir .in..,, ..-!-■. Ii. . 1,-,|] ;.;■-■:■ lee) l>y a dharlml- 
BatlBgpubllo.lu aeon.liinlljiBoroa.lBepiilniBSftorih'' 

.hu'ing eonetu.ivelj the SUPERIOR LI0DE lu ibler. 



Ihcu rendering it ot all tiraei tho most 

DESIRABLE STOP P ING-PLAOE 

For Fa mil [eg or Single Geo tic men, 
■ I jriru- their rejourn Inlhia cltr. 

THE "IHTBBNATIONAL-HOIHL 
rCOACH," nnJor the fuporiatcideneo n[ 
P. B. S1UTII. late Stage Ag.ot at Sacramento Oitr, lain 
attendanco at all hours to conrovpLuengen to utdfrom 
the Hotel, for Ooe Dollar each, Wading Baggage. 



E. a BOBIMaOH.ft 



BANKERS, ETC. 



MARK BRUMAGIM & CO., 



Sight Bills 



American Exchange Bank, New York, 

Anllnblo In Iho Principal Cillei of the Unioo and 



11 ai !■.-.-( 1 on our 






agricultural store, 
j. d d7arthue & h son, 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 

Washington Street, neat Davis, 



A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF 

AaRICTJLTTJRAI. GOODS, 
LOWEST MARKET RATES. 

Reapers & Combined Machines, 

0V ALL THE VARIOUS STYLES 1 



ntt's Tlirasliers, 

Hall's Thrashers, etc, etc, 

In Constant Receipt of Fiesh Goods, 

WILL BELL US Ad FAVORABLE TERMS, 

JOHN D. AJITIIUB A aOK, 

Sot 3, 4 nad S Washington •tocet, 



CALIFORNIA TUBS, 



OaLtfornin Palls I 
CALIFORNIA WINES. 



California Ales ! 
COLLINS WADHAJVIS, 



11Q IBtattory- Street, 

S-A-U FHANOISCO, 



EF" CAL1FOHK1A BUTTEB and CALIFOBKIA P 



WOOL, HIDES, and SEINS, 

Furonased 

AT THE HIGHEST MARKST BATHS, 



LONING & FUERSTEIN, 

SO FBONT STREET. 

■■'V-'i:t."i':;..','v!.7,'i ISiii'l'l'-li,^ 

^ lT * F^r •|urtl-."r' l M' i .]'l.. , 1 l";V.', ''II ' ! |'''!V'"''°'-*-" -*^*^° 
SSe. LolitKfi Fi 



CALIFORNIA FA_BMEE. 




"TO- H E E X. E It dc WILSON POLAR A I 1 

MANTIFACTDE1MQ COMPACTS _ ** ■ ^ ■ 

I . < XI GALLONS 
KEFINED POLAR OIL. 

Ia Burials nod Cud!, 

FOR SALE AT LOWER PRICES 

Thus over boron offered In California. 
PorchnBorB of Oils would do well to visit oar 

EP" Wo will rwarantee to .ull ALL u U quality and prtCB. 
rf«D CM*. 



[W. 



Letter torn E. W. P. 
e happy to welcome again lo out 
enl, and we know nil 



trill be gratified. Tbi 

eloquent pen will amply repay perusal. Tfe ho 

often lo hear from her:] 

The World in lUt Ea-t—Pabl^hina Buiiniu—IlacH 
ffiilc rv 0/ Ciriteatioa— Cartalt and Enurnii—Ri 
Tbtcdcrt ratirr— Symbol "S the Capital— Warn 

Editob Fjjuiis: The world in the East is where I 
ilowly w 



•whicl 



feat growth h 



. There 



.nndfcli 

ptoses of civiliintion arc awaking a. from n brief 
deep. Foremost among those, with us rcadin, 
people, is the Publishing basiiat. Since Jnn nary 
1SS1, there hare not been so many boofcj pnbliiheu 
in Sew York as, for several years before, then 
often were in three month?. The old, firm home 
let go, In nnoticn] phrase, their bower anchors ii 
the fill of '67, and ibey are for the mo;l pari we] 
content lo here held their ground through th 
storm that has swept nwny not a few young nFpir 

benefit attendant upon this suspension h... been 
tie suppression of large numbers ortrashy books, 
Which in ordinary Umei would have tnied the 

SrJVLi^i "all peoSm^^o^S 
.lumber the. inoffensive aleep ofpe.ee in thei 
authors- d*sks, nnu raorc „ my Chqlc - B irMa vM 
lake their place in the eareluUnd limited iunei o 

There hare been a few nohle books published in 
this time of dearth. Among these I 
fortSeheoentofsomeofyourretidL.. ... 
not otherwife hear of them, Buckle's History of 
Civilliaijnn, oj which the Applelons have nub- 
1U,I,,,,, ,,, m .which ore „,,,,,,,,,,, „ 

'.""^li.M*„k |S ,,| one which ii dcstined.it 
would seem, to introduce an era am n M 

ana unique mtiho.'l I, ^.,iZ" t i "",''!' ".i;' 
The Reviews have the nrual differences n f 



: Another declares 
'otic, Illogical, ami b 



would to far eiecedlli 1 P*»iblo, 

let their jnd f ^e n ta S lX.^JC'te n l u L r o » 



i did. 



ankly i, 



■ r.,,1.1,,.,1 |„ 



jedfor the u sl thirty yc,™. Of ^ aZ„" 
nredHtWH 1 ' 11 "' '"^ rtS 0n P°rlUnilics, ISC, B 
j """eouiietta.oorMnJIr. Rmertoo ler.ro 
ably foremost. HI, „„ . ,.„„.,. "' ,. 
In the opposing dep-artm,.,, J 



or that c 



aod.ifiMn the j 

-lo ,„.-,, 
r.l H„n-, 



.log], 



enlly apart, f ( 

know that man 

perilunate elcn 

BDd if J° u ™n effect liki 

the calm b,„, n D f (ho Con 



v-berc people in like 

i, and always foiled to find the object of their 
uit. Men nre great and wise on all other 
U except that of preserving tlioroselves, niiii 
a they nre fairly entered within the field ol 
rur, Ibey seem lo become blind in all considera- 
■n of how the life that is enriched by so much 
idy, by such clearness of vision, such Dntlineb- 
j strength of purpose for the right, may he bus- 
nded for the gTcniesi good it is capable of. Mr 
rker, in reply to the reasons I urged upon him. 

n. 1 husband my resources better than before, 
liven long time yet. But I cannot 



Host. 



;o so great an advantage. I 
ive been here long enough lo have become some- 
hat known in the town, and to understand its 
lod and ill. I know Cnlifomiaba! a great future, 
-here will he an Aoglo-Sainn Pacific Ilepublic 
there one day. I hope a noble one." 

It is, as I said, but little more than n year since 
hesn lines were written, and already the "bus- 

ioch reason to fear that we shall long hove causi 
i lament the devotion which held him to the town 
here he had lived long enough to have become 

1 confine myself in this letter. Permit me to pass 

our renders a plcnsanl now hook, published by 
hatcher 4 Hutchinson, of which Rot. A. D.dlojo 
f Albany is the author. It is entitled Sj/iato(. of 
' iht CapHoI, and Trials of Sew York and it, !„. 
ulutions as Hep rescn tali ve of American Civil Ita- 
on. Mr. Mayo is an ardent humanitarian tint: 
hristian of the liberal sort, and his words Bow 
om the lifts- of a soul warm and throubln,. -t,l 



in fpeaketb yet though dead 
carelessly chnlting with a companion, and 

!, I replied, "oh I di 

inds quite probable." 

My gmodmathcr dropped her knitting and cj 
ly bid aside her spectacles. "Salllc," she 
addressing roc, "l will tell you n short story, if 
you will give it attention. When I 

villages scattered upon Long Island. I hud mntv, 
associates- as gay and thoughtless as myself, and 



SEWING MACHINES. 

343 BroiitUvaj . \(« York. 

Agenda throughout the United Statu. 

6heit Premium n e alu awarded by the America! 

institute, st tbo Crystal Palace, Nor. G, I60T, 

Alsu, highest Premium awarded al the tllinolt Stab 

!-..,,. ..,-: Mmrlaod rnrtUhlo, Baltimore; and 

Maine Stats Fair, 

SEE THE FIRST PREMIUM 

SEWING MACHINES. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING MA- 
rn [:■■■; ; -, ,i. <i... rni-i I'ulhii'M at the Mc 
cbanlc' Fair, Eent 1858. 

Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Slnoh 
Wore recooKDHnlcJ Tb'- llfQIlfiST I 
the State Pair, Maryitllte, Aufiut, IB5&. 

Wheeler Si. Wilson's Sewing Machines 
Wore rccommrndH a< Iho BBST FOR FAMILY 
USC, at the San Jose Fair, Sept. 1853. 

Wheolor ic Wilson's Sewiog Mnobinas 

■!i.-b ■i).U-...nl»thridf S **Abe fXi a fwA'l£r\ tb 
ham, Uie the cotton froia an urjr-inal flt-o-jl, hr upc uf r 
HBff 7KN-SI0N. aaii am capable of EC-wine- thi 

n:;.:--' ,\r.v '.-i.'Ui^t r,.i.r,,-, Li;,!TJ!i i ; !;.' 

CLGDED. 

* FRAHCISCO. 



rnREiiiuM 



or olonteomorr and Sae 



ong ther 



and n 



tiri. t 



my chosen friend and eompnn 
the repository of nil my hopes and aspirations, my 
Joys and sorrows, and when my noble husband 
hi mc as his bride, I confided nil my bappi 



"But prev't 
from home 






;or« 



tnllet 



["■aI.lt ,u, ,1 i.S 



■ n who shrinks fro 



. . or, nndonowliobelk-iv, th.Lt lifr. ; E lir ,, v ,.j 
byitsfru!^ I car, giveyou but one exlrael from 



lwnl 


road 


man. None 


uiocle-ir 


isGlm 
Ohio 


rs itsc 
iter on 


f In loch tb u 
» the devcln 


ights as 




but w 






hero. 


The gracious Crea 


>r ,,[i.-r- 


"iX 


n oeeno of republic 


n possl- 


"tnim 


lu full 


If she can only ™tdi 


little 


lat ru 


s through he 


lingers, 










Vfllln 


oonw 


th n brave be 


rt, using 


by w 


ichms 


craelrjnnd occ 

qualified, ace 


-if.y every 

rilini; t„ 


of Fre 


cdom. 


eternal vigila 


cc in the 


r'" u" 


rlcJtn 


only come fro 


a a deep 



iny. Thcscn- 
»ed, widened, 


lo" n ga".T 


*\t Principle in 


me, and tl 



"; '»«™i ..,!„.„„", 



a thousand social 
rafttr "ann of domestic II in 
» lake form, little s 



ond moBketos, a 
ntakneuos that 
no* that secretly 



uged relative, and as the 
is of communication with absent friends was 
lore difficult then, than now, our intercourse 
elj ceased. Amid new scenes, nnd surrounded 
by kind friends, s. year flew swiftly by, and I 
returned lo epend a few Ehort weeks beneath my 
father* roof, ere leaving it forever. Ona after 
another my friends dropped in to see mc nnd ex- 
press their joy at my return, but Agnes Fay cami 
nnt. 1 inquired if she was ill, and received tin 

another part of the village. At last I came tt 

'oh 1 I dare say she la false and hos forgotten mc' 
1 will think of her no more.' 

"'Margaret,' eiclaimed my paalor, gravely, 
'never dure say anything unless you inoto i'i « 

"I felt rebuked, and seUcd my bonnet with a de- 
lermmanon to proceed al once lo Agnes and learn 
the real cause of her apparent neglect. She spied 
mc from a window as I entered upon the path 
which led to her peaceful hume.nnd camo bound- 
ing forth to meet me. 'Dear good Margaret,' Klic 
whispered amid her kisses, 'bow tinppy you have 
made me.' But Agnes,' I replied, lyour negli- 
gence has greatly grieved me. I though! ronr lov. 
for me hod fled forever.' 

" 'Did they not tell you then the reason of my ab- 
sence? Yon doubtless remember the poor English 
Indy, who with fcer sweet little daughter, lives in 
a cottage at the foot of yon green knoll. She tins 
been very ill, so siek the Doctor thought she must 



Opinion* of the Hew York I 
We prefer tficni for /unify utr.~rrttunr, 
Tbej ire the hrorilu for/antlta.— Titut. 



rhobouorcr InnmWd-^tarintiin. h^ilm. 
d looking lor the ben, m ibew — Eim^. 
Uminhly ajipted for hmily ait— Qtnaicfe 
ndupcnublo In eicry famUj.— TitPradur. 
iVepralaoll wtih crjhusfann.— CMjlitn JuilL 
Ynnhy of Ihe bljhat award —Sailing Bi:.-rd:r. 



STANFORD BROTHERS, 

Pacific Oil akd Oajipqeve Wouks, 
a IB Front afreet, near Calllondi. 



SEWING MA CHINES! 
Pirrt Premium, 1858, 

^yil IAT WACDIHE TOOK THC FIRST and ONLY 
OBOVEE t BAKKB'S. 

^-^ r b [v&£;£r" miaa rorWork alM - 



tl hare tbo docamentstO] 
). BRIanAM.SaloAcoDt 



Magical In operation 



« Slrplca.-AfonltV 



r. The mothe. 
is this momlnc 



.-ij.l, 



nnd welcome bock my oivn darling .-na- 
This, dear Sallie," continued my Grnndr 
"is n lc^on 1 have never forgotten. Wh 
" I '"!' ! " 1 '" ■***?' •"'•• " ll " k ""kindly of anoth- 
bcautlfoT IjeTof \ T" n " iC " "t""^ '" "" 

The tremulous voice rmt „i 
Inu- into h,. r i-i. i ' " r,d ' aa "- by look 

»-■!-. t™ .,,», ,.„; , ,„, b ' l t r •"« ■■ 

meats, and wrapped In 

"iff sleep of det 



Combine everjr renuLrewat— Fml, J/ ja:iit 



SAORAMENTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Gas 'Ktiiit-i. 

THOMAS DAY, Impoi-V, la oouitanllT recoltiner QA 
rtlANi.i:Lii.r... i-lnim - j - . 
and overylhlns conaeclad with tho On hnslne-i Po 
sale, wholesale and retail. 

All (oodsnld lo the city, put up by Mperieneed wo 
men, and warranted. XOOMAS DAY, 

169 MonlpiinerT Hrect (near Jackeor — " 



Sn.n'Fraae*™. 



Preinitim Marble Works! 

S>. J". DEVHSTE & BDSOTHER. 



Ladles' mount Vernon A§Hocia(fon r 

™f ^ PP °!°" n "" bi " Ml " AnL F ," ,ld ' Cunn b.gh 1 m I 
«m™,*' batde.alvedonino Tindmleoed, tie duty ana lie- 
BrivUeocof Bl«cb E before ihff people u f tkli State, Lhe par- 

em of Monal Varoon, locludlcj U,o min.fon as well 

;■'""■■■',"""'"■ "'■ ^.""diorKdreafleedUj 



>u made, and the cnHUylac IntealBaiee. 
U« tbo Iniflmeat of »I7,00I) n, July 
■■'-*■— iw.paym. 




EMPORIUM, 
Maaufaolurera of all kind, of 

Largo nnd Small, for every business, 



II tin, 



with 






r '--J-u i- .,„„,.. I,,!,',,',' ",'."' "''--i" 1 " -r. -,,.,„,. ., ,,,"■„'! " I ' ll ' r in III,,-., ; .'.nil!,,., .','., '",,,"".'" '-"-'in' n,"..,, 11 ", 

• Uot «1J a Mljn, | to,„,K^ ld « in "" "alks irZnhJn'w",^; 



Through perpetan 
j freedom. A hui' 
Iviuii-: screeching den 



CHAS. ZEITLER & CO., 

American and English 



S 



FINE CUTLERY, 
PAKMEHS' MECHANICS' 
l«"i« BR8 ' tools. 

-■-"... ■■■■■■ ■....... . . .Sacramento. 

WAfulIassanmcntoftha 
Best Ap; r i 0altural i mplenlont 

HARVESTING TOOLS, 

GRAIN CRADLES, 



W M . B.'HUNT, 
UIDES, SKINS 

WOOL and TALLOW. 

8 AC SAME WTO 






eoopei^ou ' "" effective, If .econded byyuur hany 

.-■'.'■!■ - : 't' 1 ,' \ri'"' ''''''' '"'" '' ,, '^ ,|1 ^ t ' ,,b,l ^''rlT| l as"hI: l u° P io t |^ 
Wl, rao™^ , erai l!.ir r ^% L cr 1 S JF rc £ 



Pioneer Establiahmont 

»„L^ S S,™» "- r F,s , u """ "Marss 

™.ftS '■''■' : '"°''-'"'^™ 

-E.S,ir?,*g,5,',- 1 V.SlS'J'r' 1 f » -"ALT 

orsatobT WAJUtEN 4 CO.. fi,"* ' 

•M Waahlnrtoo .troet, San Franolico. I b.,£' 



^'£^ 







;.;;;■,;'"■„ l, - i, ;.l-'- •'■'■"■■ ^iiSt/V 1 /', 1 " 11 -- <■> 

, .,. ,-,.. ■.:,'^- i '-'' :■■:!■..-. .'.„ I r , ,'..'.' ', ''■ Mw.-,.l,.. 
lV:,,r.u'i '■■'"" ''"■ ' ■ '■' ' ;: !,.' , " i " 






THE CALIFOBNIA FARMER. 



63 



Tbe Gome of Tchuantepoo. 

He. II. S. Stevens, of Cleveland, Ohio, I 

gaged in the compnny'a imosportalioo fleju 



Iitluui 



nrrie 



o Clevtdand Htr 



game features of the Isthmus will be read witb 
Intercut. Mr. Stevens savj : 

"Besides the pheasant (that noisy disturber o 
the pence of onr bnrn-vnrds, whone shrill "pot. 
net, pot-rack," in its continuance and monotony 
is so grating to the auricular ncrrcj), the legl lira alt 
Guinea ben is bere found in its trild state; am 
though timid, quick-scented, and difficult to ap- 
proach, is n rich f riio when brought down at t 
long shot. Whether this fonl Is nn aboriginal, 01 
oires its introdncLion on the Isthmus to the corlj 
Spanish, or the latter French settlors, cannot be 

the history of the country than we nre now. 

"It is not improbable that the French colonists; 
who made fla unsuccessful effort many years ago 
to settle and cultivate this country, introduced the 

"The royal pbeasni 






o tic I 



sualiy c 



Thel 



lis Continent. The pheas- 
itinlke Dnited States, the 

ird, and his diminutive, the 
the Isthmus. Wild ducks 



quail, also abi 

glistening surface of the river?. Of 
a large species, resembling our m 
nearly as large as a brant, which is 

"Deer may be seen frequently, flitl 
forests, or quietly sipping the cooi w 
mountain streams. On our pa«sac 
Coattacoalcos, wo counted n flock o 
the river bank, that were quietly survcyin 
patty, and exhibited no alarm until they iter 



FOEDHAM, JElSTIS-IlSrGS & CO., 

Stoanibofit IQlOOlK., - Corner Front and Jackson streets, 

lUrQpHBRB. JOBBERS, A.YI> RETAILERS, 

And Dealers In 

FLOUR, PROVISIONS, FINE "WINES, TEAS, 

WOODEN-WAKE, *0., 

Families', Hotel, .Slit p. Fnrmern< and Ranchers' Stores, 

Put up to Order, and at the Loxceit Rates, 
t3- Ooadf delivered u niual. [9-10] FORDHAM, JENNINGS A GO. 



HOLOOMBE BROTHEKS, 






the in 



hrough tbe woods nnii 



-i liitl..- 



>l whirl 



to be found in these States, that can no 
highly estimated as a dainty for tbe table and a 
prize for the hunter. It is the legitimate French 
hate {ft Heart), prukiiily introduced by the emi- 
grants; a larger animal than our rabbit and hare, 
with hobits somewhat diffetent, and a meat of far 
richer and jnicicr ■flavor. The e'rench epicure 
desires no greater dainty than a fat linn. 

"Fot those who prefer more royal and martial 
sport, El Tigre, the Lion of America, an animal 
■ «f the leopard species, of gtcot agility, ferocity, 
and remarkable beauty of form and color, will be 
found =n locmun worthy of their steel." Gordon 
Cumming himself could not desire rater or more 
dangerous game. The Bovtge prowl of El Tigre may 
be trtqucntly beard, commanding and enforcing 
the silence of those perpetually chattering dis- 




QREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE 

..OF.. 

DK- F. G. JOHNSON'S 




MUSIC, INSTRUMENTS, ETC. 



Pianofortes, Welodeons, 

arfgtfC^ MESSRS. MILLAR A. COURTAZ, 
IWflWamta™™ of PIANOh-OItTE3 mad ME. 
1/ 1 V V »LODIONS, Boston, h.,.j ealibliihed an 

Agency for tho Sale of their Instrument:!, 



BOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS. 

Goods sold at Ihu ritablL-hmenl are fuporior to aavonercd in tills rounlrr, a; recardj their beantv, ahape 

■,-,rkm:.r.-hi|. aad .i.ir.il.:IUj It,vv:; .■ ■:„,.,!■■■ ■. l).-,il ' i...|!..-.-. Mi.. .'. , . ., r tj ■ . I.!-.,-.' „n.| .'MLW,;.' ",-,■,- .; 






tni.scii iiuors .in.i smii:?, fi 



m the first 'houses 
HOLCOMBE BROTHERS. 



rifle, or the yager 
When bagged, his h 

Ornamental purposes. 

"But how about these ub 
and mockeries of humanity, 11 

in the most exprcsaivi 



olnngtl,.. "highway, with an 
npetitci. For him Sharpo' 
ith hard bulkt ; , \- no-ded 
le will be found a heautifu 
Uc-cloth and other useful oi 



■y go, e: 



gteea fruit, and at the same lira.' nil, n.||. K 7( , llr 
oT.i7.jrj,r. v >.v In- the o.,.-i ridiu.ilt.Lis inimicrv >',{ .,11 
your ajthoni; what is to be done with'themi 
They ore the spurt sirnui'. dir.-jt -.ri.rny. Tin-rare 

the ,|fj«f .■*'!■/■ U fll K . ,Ulil,>:li W..tl<i; UUIi.JUuri,,,. 

"'-■ upproiicti uu'l iiigrulini ill".' In-.ir.rii .11* ttiu liun- 



Ler. Tli-v 



orldoftheforc 



,mprcbe,nsion, ' tbnt 



pects are more than suipiuinn- i -: r, r t „!' ui-sr 
and desprratvlj- wicked murA-cv-siaot, who bs 
been, for his sins, deprived ( ,| th'., chi.-f oin:..niri 
of the monkey race, and reduced to that hftrja;,. i 




£***3k"iSX;lsifc 



JOSEPH GENELLA! 

gp MONEEB CROCKERY STORE.. 
-' 180 and 182 Montgomery street 
Near Jackson street. SAN FRANC/SCO. 

HATING JtliT RECEIVED A 

NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OP 
GOODS, 

Inrltal his Old Friends and Customer! to call and 

Tbe Goods have been Bougbt at Low Prices. 



THE GOOD3 ARE OFFERED AT LOWER PRICE 

■looking Glasses ! 

Looking Glasses 

A large lot of Gilded and Ornamental 

Pier, Mantle, and Oval, Looking Glasses 

It JOSEPH CENBLLi'a 



Ik-WUffttrs 




PATENT SELF-REGULATING 

WINDMILL. 

MANUFACTURED BY 
D. VAN PELT. 



TIMS WILL IS I 

ceo no in « » I W i n Jn'i U i r, "i ht 



WITniK THE REACH 
rualad all of Iron, ui will 
I well ai the I 



rrimead the TaUa„ e,p ud Tnnin( 

.nerrurncnL- hiiTj. L,.. T , .,-.,-|,..j lf;a 

klr.'J Iri iLe ttnlr-'l riatpa -, und wdj 



a t 3£ Ho 0I " , wfll «° »""J dliMtlalled urith the Innrumoou 
CALL AKD SEE THEM. I 

PIANOS, MELODEONS, 

Alexandre Organs, and Music ! 

Prices Greatly Beduced t 
HORACE - WATERS, 









NhMi. -,i r ,..n.„ i., .■■..■!._.l.-i',-.'| , v"!| ! ' 1 '.li , ;'-.''' < !,;'.! .I'i'.jlcl'.!,' 



FELLOW CITIZEN'.?! i ho^'e lived imonir isu itniw 
the ««r elorl.ju.. FOKTV-NIKE, hjve iutr^reJ "liu 
job In throe fit;.' „r,.| i(,r... ii. . i, , in J intend to Hto 

iio.jn.- von n iib 10, fnuiUy.liirJD' the ItrJO.jfmv nalarnl 
'-"•■■ " "" l;n-*r Ir.iurn hb, ,r,., : t Jineere thaulla 
fur your unfaHorin- r,:il,., nl >j „J „,,,,, . r ■..:.. 1-. . 
enabled me lu \.:t S One llut..|ied Ccnu i.n' lb- J ■- -L I -■. r 
threuub ill ray a.lvci:0 f-nun.j I n.,old alia [im jou 



Itwera'aM 



lOCTORandoDRDO- 
jt and a ['■■.'(■■■r, end 
hare picked up the 



JONAS O. CLARK & CO-, 

IMPORTERS /^U 

JIM NUFA CTURERS Efflfc 

— Washington street, [ .^in^JVi^riS/tS^^.r,^^;^^!^^^ 

BAK FKASCIBCO. ! with ■anilv. 1 will liir,„r..,r nil itpni f„r 

Ilnlr Hie Price Vaimlly Chnrccit 

Bj elher r>f«r!.^ lecltleaato or illejltimato. aad of 

The Purest Unqra ami Clicmtcaltl 

ifthobo.t If pot TDK 



Tho Ibo.o prices Include ovarjtliinE tondy to erocl 

DEPOT OF MANUFACTUKE, 
Xris. mi ana 92 nusli SIreet 

SAN FRANOISCO. 
When any arcater power ii requirrd, Ibc pHeej will be 

-b.: iti.t. I-.. I c -■.' I,.- .,.■-, '-..;■'.'. L,'r.';'',n'i l .l'|. h , ,l'i.':' 
I Diaoacea D I ''a" a'sieara' E^fue^lh rtfrUkirM 

'iciilUll). '-"iv.'il [l,\ '|"„| '':.'",.,'.|':l,r].."'fVilS 'j'lil.'l 1 !" 

J.; I, ...-., miii^li.T,,;, II .-LH.fr 11, i,-.,.J; 1| .i.l'i,l,....,I 

m'l'i '' !"h'!' r \f,' i"'" [""'"''■* <,| ' 1 '-' k,|,ll V I 1 "' 1 ; H !■■ 

thoj hate SU.tiJr,:!ij- I.,'..', nYl :.',',.ll ..'l,,,":,',.':' ')""','■', 
ni'll: -■ lii-.i-.-. ■, t.r C DrF Q |J Juhcwn'a PaVoMbo C1 Fan( 



ter Ploa?e call al tbo DEPOT, Noi. DOon. 

STREET, SanFr.ioei.-Mi >.h,T,: Ilin .M..n,]f, 
lake pljiiiuroln.li ,.,:,. ,,..;. ■ ,.|.. ,,,j,... ,!,.. 



'wo'hatlrbaowl' 
D. VAN PELT. 



FAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, 

cfcc, cSjc, cfc?c 
OLIVER & BUCKLEY, 

HAVE NOW LANDING AND IN STOttH AMI 
",000 kcji Willi, I,-.., I, 

"■:'■' -■■ii ■!,- i- ■■■! iMil'-MrAuAimu 

; ;:'!:" , n":'";i" , i l ','':;- r :"" ,;i ' , , 



In lots to suit, 
S6 and ss Waslifngtoa street, 

And 67 and 8!i Oregon itreet |t-3m 



: &-v:;.-; 



albitcelnBpCaaitaaily In 

brut calolOOTM of JIullo 
IWork-publailiedliiUio 






Mv E'fim, I. I , C s onaai[ popular 



1 ^uriirr tad JaratiH 



.^T ; 5™>i™.. write 



Ii l_ 



"'"-. 'Mr lOi i !-r-- ll',-' I'r'Vlf ' I V-'-. ',■■'," I "■;'.'! 'l-^' 
: 'r-.'' ll , ll rr', l |" r , |, j'" :,il ":;■'' >''' -■■■!■■■ 'I- Hie cue-rail 






PIWEST FUKNITUKE, 

and would Invito the allantlon or tbe public to 

OUR PEESENT STOCK, 

The Largeit ever offered on the Pacific Coait 



"WM. H. MOORE, 
n FruDcIsco Brass and Be]| Fonndery 

NO. 68 HALLEi-'K STBEKT 




"•I ( 7t *«■ - t 



FORCE 



Sjicllc-r, S„M,. r . 

Gauge Cooks, Cylinder Cocks, Oil Qlobes, 
Steam Whistles, Hydranlio Pipes and nozzles 

FOE MINING PtntPOSBS. 
COOPLING JOINTS uf all ileal. ,1( 



C O A L Y AED. 

C. H. EASTMAN, 



Wbolcsaie and Keta u Cvai oealer 

.Coraor of Battery nod Oregon Streets, 



•3- CONSTANTLY OK HAKD. jj 
•sr AUo—But Ho. 1 SCOTOK PIQ Ihon. ia t ■ ,-. 



^in'o^lb; 



'.lent Modicino. llruff a. 



large and thoroufrblr Si 



'i'IoX^ 



r.V "I";'' ill Night I 



in,; being sUoated bj two 
io» on a CASn BASIS 



., , ------ ,:.'*'" - HUM ■ I ,r 

'l.ulnrly rr...'i r ,.|,. r ,:l. n 1 r-,f a-, ; .., r ,| J--,,-.,. r . v l,,. f , „,, rr ',,,,., 

Al.-ii, i.-,.T.-k. r,.,r«iribe"oibtr'i»p5ir , t 



Wo Import nearlj ill of^ur wit We think we kno. 

■■i.- hi iiNi Tllhem. ind bow tu .ell thira |. , ,.,: tv ,:,. 

1612 U. L. POUIEMCS 



MAIN ft WINCHESTER, 

MinutWctorcra Bod Tmacrten of 

^B Harness, Saddles, Bridles, fit 

"whips, oollabs,V 
SADDLE WARE, &C. 



'SaS 



IIHJU-ai 







ii;;::;::;..;:3;i J .:;;; 



n [:.■■■ ...hi ;.- urrli .-1. 1 1,-,.| L-t.iii.-rti I □ yon for 

■in," mu.lL i.Jrpilr"! I.y irn" [,iii,. i-.i- i.jiiiU-. 
t« tnr your prtmipintsa. 1 '— {Itoben Cooper, 

• ,„.,-|! 1,1,11 V.I K, ,-..„ j., r |: ,,-,,, . ,.,,. „, ,.,., a 

T I.-. - ".,, |i | ;.,..:. ,1| | ■.. i ,|,.|,;,|. j: ^,,||;|||,.-J 



,;-!';,:, 






.ni Jonrti.l. 

■.d,:.i:i> ,-l:.|l..|,- 



if: WAl'CHS. Awat, 

■-! i-'ri.-; 'n'r.-n-'. ;' tj |- ','^X, 1 ! "p . '." ,','t 1 ■ I o",',! ^ 
t|.,,ll..|I..I..IIM,„ 1 .11 ...I c IK.oH. p r : 






L. HASKELL, 






Fl l.llf.H.-ll'.'l, I 



A LOOM1S, Hi 

-gL C H H I 5 il I II 



j cMruneuto, 
i, HALL 4 CO., 

EBCHADI8, 



p It OD XT O E. 

id Twine cooiuiily db™!]!)" 1 "' R ' 
1 u. Die, Uiho „,„,' | D j u «ra„'J|' h ; 
canon eetwrva torti cIiIm, and ■ hou 



NF.W MU8IC._-T I10 Ao; C l» lotd mo w," . bctuUfal 
choru, U ^. , ""A if ™" " 0^ ""'■ , "' H ™' b ^:" K "S " d 

™ing; 3S:. "Tbr Empire, or Hurl,'. Qe.i.lrilln," . uo™.nr« 



*1^^^J'"'r'''^ , " mi '■r «OHA t CK*WATESs : l Aren't! 



[■■!■ ■!','■■ p,i. .-.. _ nartlnVl' cl-lEbi 



ailcil unilu publlibrj 









NBWMUSlC_Plc. 
nerto if Hilt Picct 

TreX"lteten.*' ""'irfll'' 1 

AUE WATKtt^, S«rl r r,^ 






.,: .,,. II oi. Via. 1 nodi, wlih «.=rJ 1,1* '^i : '.' 
rHaaSiau, linjlfli (if anndraJi po«.,e. S coot,. (S) 



DURHAM CATTLE. 

JOHN' D. PATTERSON, VIA ^^i^^^S** ^ 1 
'"'"' I United States Mail Steamship Company 

j For New York and New Orleans, 

E ! THE ONLY SAFE AND RELIABLE ROUTE. 



'^^^^xJi)S :J Sv t GOLDEN AGE, £Qg 




TRAVELING. 



Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Line 



" •■*■ v.-i.., r , . ,'.,' . .u;: lr .: | ,'. ■;;':, \\- 

Bjr Hut Ptmmni Eailrosd "tompanr^ 

■ IWI»»»minni.iu il .11.1., r • | 



,»!.».!•". ' " ' ' ' ""■■ < r !*s*™" 



C.lifonua Bt«m_2Iavi|aticn Conp.iy. 

/'■.■'■■•■■r, J.,,;.,,,., .,.. ...... „., , l ., aj [ "^--»-T=— . 

0AW1TK8 DSlSr STATES ' MAtll '' 



for Ni.lv UrlKiTir. f.j.li,J. ■] im-l Ijurmil. I'.'b. ;7lh, 
at Conrad's Taint, nciir Baton Bonge. Then- «fre 
four hundred pnirtciggrs uo hoard, two huiidr.d in" 
■whom are iudodr the lost and mij-ing. Tluy win; 
Biu.-tlr rr.i.!.u[.; i.f I.„usi:,n;i „nd Mi.-<i.--i[.pi. A 
lari^ nurabi r "1" l.i.li-..; iivr,' ubcArd. tillinp tin- Li- 
dies' and half of the gen ilem en's cabin. There I 
KM a large Diilub-jr L:iil!i- ,-f nl-inl and othl ■ 
Injured. The *-— 



if tbe fine 
A dispatch in the M: 
2d, from Sew Orleans, 
arrived from liie slot 



TUB CALIFORNIA KAHMIB 

a total Ira! ! ALAMEDA COUNTY MILK PROSPECTUS FOR VOLUlltl ELEVEN 




I»TTHE MILK 

ALWAYS aS' HAND. 

Fresh Ranch Bntter and Eset 

T..„.T .n^t.^.-JJjl l ._ ,- . " 



MANSPIELD & WOOD, 

WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL 

Cloth and Clothing Warehouse, 



I of eunport from (ho i 




Wet Altorac)- for [he Dim 

ll "a'!i nf tin ||„,i. lUnid F.. Si.'fajc* mrlinheVnr 

'-'"ngi.-Mrom in,- Tliir.1 L-i.lri-l .,[' V,- V,,.. 
A "-' r, " ll °F "' Hi- r.N.,n, Mr *i,l|,.-. 1,,.,, ., ;„'„ 



Ladles' DrcMg Trim m ha en 

HOSIER-y, -DNEER-LINEN 

HOOP SKIRTS. 

Bd orerj itUoil for ladle.' aa.l ClllaWinw. 

lIlBicram^'.!,, 1 ,'./''^'' 1 '''-'"^ 
to the FnlBo' Frlmre~~S wllUhc , , 

i<! mhh- DRESS TRIMMINGS rnn™ **'' 



H l\ I ' ! ,|1 '' 1 ' ih°« l rtSoul3 



^'*'i'' ,,i ., :-.[■■! Ijim, ,!,„!, |... u "°"" n "l'<mbjBdODiJu, a ,l n [o,,„J OP . . <""Ulalftrtliof(,|| Bi n|[ ' *""* ,BmM »lB«llrbahalf ( 

i,'i,,, ,■<" '."",' "■ ' "■'li.l'lv ■li.„ 14 ... Ii. NOiX'RIJj-S, ' Evcrr .i ^-i.T^.M I2i MEW ""MclUBBaB : 

!", '».■•!•■ -,., -'. '" »-«.-■■ ■■■'v'-'b'SrgSsSnaSiSif" 1 "; ;»'"•«,• 

S' : - "-„'",, ":.r,-;;.!:;: ° °° u c " ry " ,7 > ;ir "■'•"Sir"-'" ^msbsm.-e 

r."Siti r "'S; £r "™'s£r^? J A ° ° ?7.?I°„f Y 1 * 13 E E a - s KiSr : '™ i ^"" ,;s " ,!::,:: ' &: 

™' *"'";■ A ...iiV',..,. -; . .. ■ i'. 1 ^'.' :? '"!.".L J C ^ /^ °.v-l.i.y n:i.i . ,i : 7r, 1: i... , ..„ , ":':;, ': u " :l ' ,! ' ,, '.'''=j'"" l nVf'& , n °n; L .^ D ;'" 

-.'Si:'™;',.":.',:',;""'; """■■'-" — /"' «•*-'.- wi n«« immui:, • "S"".S'; U ,.„ ''"" """™ b " Hb """"" 

■-^'i,,,, .'..„.„.,;„,, .;;;',; ^"V., 1 " ; v 7" ,l '' -'■' ,i ^- „ ^^^ a!Tle n t h tr ,ia irniAa >;':!>■ >■:*•■ ^,i„ n J f i ^ n t 1 ' 'v°»f» ii» ab... 

;:: 'ffi's 7"' v 7 "■ W ""«»- p /?", * baskets. SffiiF&txs;',:* /?"•*«: 



warrEn'!™. 1 

..._E«3-its3^ 



. ' ' '"■- <■! tin' I ^huesi market Rates. i.,n ,„,,:', '■ "■■ ■"■■! .-! ,.- u ,° " T *™ Cl "'»'j. 

' '«' »nd mortdin ;'." BV ""- Hu-Mini-, .„■( ,; |,; ':"■ fii.r i i'i," , 



l , i' : .^; i . Kv '' : -p i ' K -c.«.cL tf » I ci- 



Red Bluffs. 

tbcOIBceofUieCompai 



PcrchaiinB and Fo rwar din g Good? and Morchaiidiie, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

To all Parties raiding la tbo interior of ralifornia 

nod Orcgou and WoiBinrjlon Territoritr. 

I I a VINO LIVED 

! f Fmd^'llrmiuV 7 ua ril, T °"° '"' , '' , ' "° **°* 1 

li. .-",'■ -.,',. j' },!%\"-{''''' : i'', 'i-'ln".--. 1 "!'. 
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r 'l- ' '-;■' I <■ ir ■.■:.!■ i-. ..ill. .-.,.' I, r I ■ r ..-._' i . W. ■ 

i...,. r. j|...-, ,,.| r ,.,, -,.. ,. r ...j;,'.. 
Wfitballiaid tliei.l]& vvilhtbp po-_d. h ot nit Leu 

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CALIFORNIA 

General Intelligence and Emigration Office,. 

Ho. 323 Greenwich, rtreat, corner of Dttano, 
NEW "2"ORE. 

"ytti: .-I'll-i UllUiii h i.r.-ji-.r.-d i.,.-i.,-lii[-,inaittontoUlMB' 

i,..:-!i.-, .'i.,i,. ,..::i. ;., [■}: : ':\'\ ^'■iv/.^.i 



Ti.--ici.. nlll el..-) I- |r.,-„r.-.i !■.; Ii;, - -.vi.|,i,,- |l-...-N 1 .ih,.i 
«York nod Sin Fraucbci iod liMicuV. 



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A. L. EDWARDS & CO., ^- '.;■ ' • '] .-J ■'/.■•' f' ''-"'""'^ '■"'-'= " :; ' ;r: 

„ _, !iEW BT <>OK OF C1I0IOE <u= V j r OSQUA BUTT?, 

groceries, ' """-"---'--°--"-:"-. 

At 81 Clay street, above Front, Bags Wanted. 

AL. EDWARDS 4 rn rrn-i.T, „.„ T' IK HIOI1EST I'RICK PAID IN CASH for l*Bi-or- 

• Mnea™ r lm™fVr IlAVE JlS T Oi-EMJII J- JI..i> ^ ll„- ■ Hi,,- ' II.- l'!.„.-.,-r I'l.^-finill. Wo :6 

•menuoi Colifi-roii, .•In-I. i.iur Iri.-n.l .„ rl,., , ■ u.nrv .u- ,,.. i!.- j 

Choice Faillllv C P „,„i„ to .-i-..-l i .irll.u^. ,m.l .-od thou lo u». PriBlor... 

»■ „., eh lhll » " D "' lr al I"" loteit ,at„ . rind P»Mr. ol .-hurt notleo. 

FI,0(IiI_a DW , r i nr bnn.1. ' i . 

'"^■- mi:.', ,:' . , Im^""^ 

M l-OKWUB AT-ilEAL-Ho'iut?:"^^ 
COFFEK™^ r ^ OIotn .' U " ' 

.... »S»rtorHt 0: Q»ea data, and 



TEA;. 

D__ 

Itj Ad. 

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~c. 

-Easliih , 

O.LjffiW.fe. 



'"■'■"■■ i:-.:ll-!: ::,. ,-.,.V". , i"--' ! ■'■" 



,, ^-1 '.■: ll if. jrpli !, ""*■" ■" Morrill',, IIouo 

;vp B rTt li ^S^ , b, l e h h^r o,loh ' 

""'cho^la,'^^ 1 '' n "' 1 "wKd'cocoa. Ilroma, 



Colored Plates of California Fruit. 

THE benotlfol Fruit Pie^ej ohich. -arc w naelr nre- 
inriJ, -.-I the FhUiiuf Calif.rnlo lit lb,.. ?hlr I'jit 
in 1-;.-,. „„ , „ ,.,!., u . il,,.- I'„,u,,r l.nr,...,-. Ei-orj j-srrfD 
nho WLJ.Q! a beautiful Fruit Piece -liould bare a L'lpf. 



OA-X-IFOEtlNriJii- Fja-KlVIBIt- 
lOos SuurDiiEBD enn (ond monoj av mail tale lj.- 







HE „ NKY HEWITT ^S^ 

iF'ii i.' ! " DlV ** NIIK *Wll|Hnq to onnm. ' 



— !." ii. in-'' i'i ; . ; .' 

...ftVeOAL I-INI^n,,, ,,,,,77^ I .■.'-'-! 

""' ■'■!> i i-i ■■ -.':, !;,,. ,'.,:." I -". ,J " 'ihky. 





VOLUME XI. 



SAN FHANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1859. 



it Mxinwi Jtatw. 



OOtOMBL WABBSIf, I 



v ti plit: a s a oil be paid 



Remedy for Smm. " 

[Wb arc pleased Jo receive the ft 

Btipjiori of what we lately published u 



on average. Bui il w<H very well, for nt 
know any better way, down there on the 
river. Wei!, I liked to forget the Smut. 

The Gnt crop or t-W I raised wt 
second crop, wheat and chess j the 
wheat, chess and (mat. Then, Coloi 
have pot for Illinois or Iowa, if I had 



Sonom i County Agile i' 



snows they mean to awaken n due intend in tbeit 
own affairs, end we hope every county in unr Stall 
"ill Bee the need of thus coming together nut 
conferring one with the other in nil things relativi 

Sonomii county has within her borders vast re- 
sources yet unrevcnled. Sonoma county con slion 
some of the finest Slock in the State ; she can well 
boast of Uatriumi her ITntjiirJj, and the wine 
made there will compare with any in our State. 
Her Farms, loo, are an honor lo the craft; to these 
we can ray, happier or raosl hospitable homei are 
not lo be fonnd beneath the bloe dome of heaven. 
We shall look for a truly grand Eibibilion litis 
autumn, In Sonoma.. We wiah them unbounded 
success. All that is needed to secure it, is a union 

for excellence : — ' 

Pursuast to a call by public notification, n large 

Agricultural Fair, met in Masonic Uall at Ilenlds- 
lurg, on Thursday evening, March 24lb, to devise 



The Calorio Engine. 
Tub friends of science and genius will be pleased 
to le&m, no less than the tolling millions whi 
drudgery it will so sensibly diminish and allevio 
says the Bnstou Transcript, that Cnpt. Ericsi 
lias nl length ijiirrcc'liMl in il.avl.jpirn: I In- pririiii 
of the Caloric Engine in practical machines, nbui 
anlly ■ii[i;.|ii:Lte li> ill) nil I hi- pumping, pri ritiim, n 

Mil aa to grinds]] 



nil II 



■■! the p 



" oft 



irryin 



nterpriso. A temporary organic 

Ron. Washington P. Swing was, on molio 
Ormsby, called lo the Chair. The Cbuirmn 
alluded lu the objeet of the meeting, tl 



cii-u; the other purl 



Floral Festival. 

We have been informed nf a plan, now In a stale 
of preparation, for a Festival under the auspices 
of the "Voting Men'i I'liristinn Association" o 
this city, to take plnoo in Slay and last /our dogi 
24th, m\>, 2tith and S7th. This Festival will b. 
hold nt "mien! Hull. Onoof the brightest fealaret 
ofthis scene will be the onion of Chrislinn young 
men, of oil ihe different Churches, to meet together 
as irtlnrea of the Great Church of God. Such a 
scene will indeed call Jowl] a Messing from Heaven. 
The plan of the Festival is to make it a jural 
scene. The Hall is to he decorated with the most 
beautiful flowers: floral altars., pyramids and tem- 
ples will be erected j arbors of beauty will bo built 
by fair hands, within which tho?e fair buds and 
cms of earth will dwell ; and, as these young 
hnil meet together, actonled by all those kind 
encrous impulses whi.-li true rcligiou inspires, 
the fair hands of earth's angels shall reach forth 
these bright flowers as emblems of that "union 
neurit and union of nW»," which, whea felt and 
(uowledgcd of Jlearen above, will even make on 
rth a Heaven below. 



*ed. TheBoohMUcBomlandlho 

u* hare wid so much on the Chess 



r» ore requested lo attend. 



L!ivn Ilor.scs Liunr.— Some farmers, wl 
lor disregard of their own interests, Impri: 
horses iu dark, l,.„.l] v ventilated, cellar-like stable 




Pood due. 
It is a well sslablis lied fuel, that quito a number 
of ordinary oilmen is may he removed by tho judi- 
cious employment of the contents or a property 

furnished larder, nnd with this great advantage 

the cures nre more permanent. Besides this, the 
object is accompli -bed witlmut any shock to tho 
system, and without danger of killing the patient 
by mistaking the quantity, or quality, or name of 
the dose. Ripe fruits and berries, slightly acid, 

then boiled nnd eaten in the ordinary way, with- 
out any other food, i., with perfect quietude or the 
body, one of the mu-i .IT., live remedies fortrouble- 

nt called dysentery ; 
hen the bowels pass blood, with ct 
desire (yet vaia alforts) to evacuate tho bowels, 
ICtinios entirely cured by eating raw beef, 
very fine, a table -spoonful nt a time, and 
repent nt interval- of four hours until cured, cat- 
person swallows poison, or bos convulsions 
aving^ overloaded the stomach, niLinstarita- 
and applicable in a 



111 


ok of, is a heaping teaspoon 












ely down before it begins to 



















rillblully ik- 





b-i.-hw- I'o nothing else. Drink 




M.r. .mil in, i,| improvement coui- 
















wmi.li-rlul (is l hey art painU-.s-. 






Veto of tin 


AonioniTonAt Colisob Dili,.— Mr. 


Buchanan, on 


he 27th of February, sent to luo 


House a veto n 


f the bill granting public lands to 


the s eve nil Sta 


c? and Territories providing colleges 








ns ho says that, according to the 


Report of the 


ntcnnr Department, over 0,000,1100 


acres will he 


required, which, nt the minimum 


price, is equal 


n 5>T,BJ 5,000; This hill passed at 



d it become a law, the Treasury would be 

fed of nearly nil of iu income, which, for the 

ne*l year, is estimated at five millions, from that 



precipitated on 

1 Constl- 
advucnlo 




:d of locality, eipressos his opinion 
in Pacific Methodist: "I now think 
tbnt it will pay many to go there from the Atlnotlo 
Slates. But nt the same lime I am folly satisfied 
that if ony one should leave California to, migrate 
thither with a view of ameliorating bis coodttioif, 
that ho will be sadly disappointed. Cnriroinia is, 
[old, country iu the 
■ ' his hopes in 

— iuds wonld 

, happy and 

experimented 



'"■"'.. 1" v','rk"r™ i 

t consider It safe to nib 







teria] reported by i!,e To- 








Gazette as To tin 






he Coast Range, i 


douhtless ihe same mate- 


vfim 


f which, udescrip 


on was first given In Tn* 










took the first 

'lited States 

tt youngest 

-imdaugb- 

lale farm. 

Ance, soy., 

^abundant 

■■ Cooncn wore employed 

''i' 1 I'lin- lliial.li (,, tl 111" 

fa ,1 :" . I. .a ... . . ' ' " . . 



66 



TTTTC irAllFOBI[I^£ gl I:EK - 



Prira Esany on FoJra. 



[Wo lay before o 
i-jliiiii, ii>i|iurtant, !.. 

cultural Fairs, riiidJWi-'il .'-Hi.- IVi.-.- K--.,v ,m ibi 
subject, and d' r 
Society for Pri 
There ore io n 







it Whieh II can he Bold. If '0= ° 
distant that il n-ill occopy BO Umr. 
time ih going Io nod returning fr 



s offering its priic for the best essaj Dn At nd- 
ilngcs lo be derived from eslaMianfng rtgulni 
■s or market-days IbroBghouI tin Slate, for til. 
c and exchange of aprrimlttiwl products, it i: 



fed Still nearer, 


le may he well (el 


and pocrly 










edge of u« 


market for all tils 


limcj ho will I" 1 * 


.11 ftfl, well 




d, and he will he 




; S ■ 




>duca|o hie clilldrt 






What b here so 


d of labor t nppl"" 


with equal 


lln-lli ll.el 
loo Ihlc in 


force to the prodll 


li of kfapr, the on 




ket (he more peril 








and ifan-hlgber Is 


beir price. Trlle a 




M.icily lur 



e,lvlLlt " Ihj 'hi: firmer ukl_v 



labor to sell or txehiii^ raw 




titiea of any 


ommod 


iv. Most of these fairs, too, 


haven vrcll-k 


conn a 


d specific cknraclcr, and are 


no led, some 


r lie s 


periorsunlitvol .me kind of 








kind. Ami 1 


cvoftc 


1 receive Ibtimamc from Ihc 


predominant 


ulicte 


ipoaed to sale, as, for .unj- 


pie, a fair at ithich 1 




presented, if railed 1 


e Cherry Fair, and one of 


ivbich sheep i 


tboch 




Sheep Fair. 






Bntinibis 


•ounlrv 


or at leasl in Now Enplund. 


ire hare nothing a 




markct-daye. 


Then 




the cultlc ma 


kcts c 


tabliihed io Ibe immediate 


vicinity of oi. 


r large- 


t cities, and mainly Tor tbo 


Fupplv of lilt 




r their consumption, ns tbo<e 


held weekly 


1 Elri.' 




fccli of any c. 






Win (a 


Urn soli ol live-Block with 


imporUrf 


a. Th 


«c, however, differ in ,™, 


consideration 


They 


are „,|» i^lyfoTibffl^ 


ond purclioj 




Mloofc, ond that stock is 



looitlj bronghl 

fromthefarTVost. Thoy afford a good 

for farmers in Ibe snrroondiue country 

such oniaiald us tbi 

resorted to very generally 

Hock by these fanners, for the very ohvii 

thai hut little or no slock Is raised by Ibi 

urs also very inconveniently located, being- st on( 

extremity of the Slate, and therefore can be at 

tend..d by the larger pan of the farming nonola , 

tlon ouly at grenl cxnenEe. 

What, then, rrould be 
regular fnira or markct-di 

out ihe Stale, for the salt' and eicnttnge Htm^. 
cultural ntMncte- benefits Ihal might reasonably 
he circled from tlioml In the first place, ibey 
would offcrto every enterprising farmer In- tbrf* 
neighborhood a home market, D , 
band and easy D f access. Studded all ov< 
Vuniachuielu is, especially on hcrcastcrn bor 
with cities ami large tonns and tnanufaei 
villages, Il might be thought that the farmer 
amply supplied with good markets and at 
very door.. To some extent (his is indeed 
bnl il il equally true that very many fame 
majority perhaps — ate obliged tu travel eie 



pposc 


that fa 


c follows 


th<' mnrl:. 






bod 


they 
ducted 


ar, liter 


ivorklug- 


Uliriy-liv. 


da 
yen 



6 paid by 

i pre«ede.n. 

It to ibojli 



- i^k'Hi«'i,-e. l 'An.,ib,'^ 1 v s i rr' i T is '"' ' " '"'"'■■ i 

; " t " " 1,: '"'t"; i.-n.] ,ji- il,.. - ,:.,.. ",),', l, :;-- ii,i " j| i"HM.i.. 

: -, "> : l '.';"r.i l ,u, , l .'. , 1 '!i. :, " 1 '.' .'"";;■ "':;' i 1 '- ■"■•V. 1 

■ho dampness destroy" lb la" heot.^ ^^ "^'m 
her scientific colehrlties, 

to h C the mQ ,t ,,. ;',. ; ';,',,;,' ,;;i;; ,rii1 ^ a ^x°^ 



'•i"til ■ i./i'li'; ,'.!u,h! ',jf ,f w ' "'"' I'f'icl^ed by the on. 

l ;- vl,ii; '"' iMni. „ ( il';,'"," '! '■" " ■ ""'■■'»'«i I" 

„■ ; '.,' v Hi • i '.', '■; ,, 1,I,J 



»= K. I p.,,,,,, .;""*■ 'J'" --'"herdlcd 

lla «» "il of npiko. Britisl, oil, 



THE CALIFOBNIA I A IR M E R . 



67 



lisrellttitg. 



IVILIGTJT 9IFSI.VCS— la. 
HO~MB. 



Th-] prarjlinp child with merry heart, 
Wbo.o lipi bni epcll the ud word care, 

Whn from iln parent, ilroada lu part, 
Alraady knows without compare 

In topcful yooth when all is new, 

Wben fir* we're nunls on lift'* stream, 
UTiec eaetlaa rise Id skies aB bloc, 

Amid ilii glitter ofl no dream 

Of Home 
In manhood when ooo'a hope, have fled, 

And memory Is a constant friend, 
When thorn wo loin ore lost, or dud, 

Holt eagerly our footsleps wontl, 

Xowarda Home. 
When old oge Ends os weak and itoro, 

With oRon nnngbl on earth to love, 
When lot lie put no vainly mourn. 

Our Heavenly Father points above, 



Observations in the Tulare Region. 
A correspondent of the Pacific Ifethodlst g 
me interesting descriptions of the counln 



SMITH' S 

POMOLOGICAL GAEDEN 

^a.KT3D- NUKSEHY, 

SACRAMENTO, 
On (he American Biter, 24 mites from the Oily. 

OFFICE AM) DEPOT FOR TUBES, 



S$The Trees offered from ibo 

jSH above cilalilifb man Li (fall 
Ufc. «n are mora than usually fine, 
i ths NDMBBR OF VABrETIKS, of each kind 
of fruit, no posaeas the 
LAH&EST COLLECTION IN THE STATE 
our catalogue embracing 

Over nine Hundred Varieties, 

aa Erflowj: 
Apples, 245 varieties; 
Pears, 276 vnrii-tios ; 
Plumb, 100 varieties; 
CiiEHniEs, 90 vot 
PEACHES, 75 varieties; 
Nectabikes, 20 variol 



Wo hesitate not in laying that our 

PEAR AND CHERRY TREE 

Are the finest Ever Offered 

for salo in Ibii Btato, of nil ilioi, being from 6 foot to 



SEED, PLANTS. &o. 



SEEPSI SEEDS!! 

Crop of 1858. 

by Express, on the si 
ID L, Stephens, 
— _ A FULL ASSORTMENT OF SEED?, _ 

OROF OF 18SS. 

TAKE NOTICE, 

WOII. RF.UAIILE SEEDS, nt in low a price ai lb 



Foreign and Fancy Grape Boots, 

Peaoh and Cherry Trees, 

AGEICTJLTTJEAL IMPLEMENTS. 

For Hie by 

J. L. PANGBLTRN, 



NURSERY BUSINESS. 



30,000 

FEI7IT TKEES, 




SAORAMENTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 
KIPPON & HILL, 



HOPE NURSERY, 



CITY OP SAN JOSE. 
X) . T . AD A-M S , 



I.! 

Fresli Arrivals 
J» Agricultural and- Horticultural ea 

2g SEED STORE, ^C. 



NO. 108 CALIFORNIA STREET. 


New Crop of 1B68 : 


.-. '■' II-' lio-JClowf, 
!:■" |i.-. White Daren do, 

:■.-.■■ J II- Ti.,i.-il, s -s tt .-i, 

'I! I..l.-h'l Bl.,0 11;-. .. 

60 ;; Bed Tor Oron, 

-i"liu, WiicdLawo'dJ), 

-'.... ll:-: V,..iabc, 
-LJJ llj. L\>rly Kent Pen,, 


100 bushel. Peach Pita, 

'."J III- ')■ :.,:■.■ Urauco. 
Wl.ir... r,..r.,-i, -.,....,■ hi- -t 
U.-M..V.- ■..■rtiJ Liodjj 

'■"''""' !! '.'. 

Melon, ' " " 



bipod, a 






" n "' " [ -■'■-"«-■ •■•'•'■ l)!l---. .". ILL I.- Vi 

-hrng nmonp; than, as officers. Had 
in ijuurulc =eea them, before shipping out hia 
§S=K°» f faTto d ° nlrtl ' i6 bnve '." ktu " dollule 

ivc (limited on his In-,].. ili.L ll,,- -.h.-,',,:,,,. 

jriiim-. prcjentlv dwindled into n herd of 
1 cuille, ivlnlc the ilrobilignnp spectral 
Boa wore IrBnBfonned into sums pojuoth 





it ■.■uritilir 




1 














.-- Altogether it is very bea 
















, -■" llmt thcfiTOllIld -IIUI^' „ 






"lil'v"!,,'. 


l""''^-n'| Tl ^hileou l m d0 t 






oir-coycred Sierras loom no into the cln 














11,.. I:,",, f 
'Mitt. 


■ Surely, (; J loves tbo bca 
r flo«n ought to he cultivo 


ti- 
ed. 




uTorn P. 




















X: IL. ir fr 


ends (he local t., ,v- r . _ 

tlounfthepoi.til.li,;,,!,,-,^], 
/cites., fri.odi at home u 


;::, 


hern' 







ixioai of Ibeb 

oJV.'„r ! "i : ;.:; , „""; l L , - ,, ", ri - ^■^^■'^■•■Z 



"^.'■U. the Tamarano Courier^ ptrToety 
rt*bl; o„d. if h„ had only E ai,l, •^, : n:\ l.r,,,,, ,1,',. 

C*M»*.m F 1B „ E n," it wou] ,j hovf . i. D „ v .. n( ,j 

upoa ^t minds more brilliant] j. But, we are not 
eOBWv'w,,'!?! """,'"'/, w " whh t!l1 -- 'iliwaa of every 



'"il'I'Ty. I ',, ; . '!' ""' ll; """ r Kt-il-.- fur 



near naldone*,, oflbnlla B tbo doul 
ADVANTAGE OF SUADE AND FRDIT. 

as.ooo tsssj foh sale, 

can bo boarht al any Snl-elue NoRory in tio Slate. 
Many potsons bare had but poor iuccesurlth Cherry Ttom 

In Ibis Stole. Wo (tato Tot their information lba( 

Our Chorry Trees arc grown upon the true rrn- 

porltd Mazzard tlotk, and nol upon cont- 

mim Native or Oregon itock of thh Coast, 

Wo bavo abso a very auo slock of (bo Iblloirinj, vii ; 

APPLE, PLUM, PEACH, HECTAEINE, 

Apricots, Grapes, Figs, Almonds, 



m~- 


ret 


aneouscollec-^j 
1 mall fruits. §| 


Pirtienlar roeard haa bean 




to tbo Blowing of tho 


Tree, la GOOD SHAPE 




purchasora of osr 








bora vail "rat ba. 


at," 


snd are now 


firm, lyranutrieally ih 


pod Trees. 


Wo gnarantoe no Boor or bo 


nibi 


rTreea will bo found 


In ths raarke 


this 


.oarou, 



60,000 aaorlcd Fruit Treoa. 
DDTCH *CLBOUS ROOTS. 
Dooble UyaeUitba, I itanuncalu.', 

c a m L "l''' An - c 7° no '' Tulipi, Toboioaea, 

Dabliai, ° ' | oiad°oio», ™' 

Abo,afolleo]leellonofBHklnd, of FIELD, FEUIT, 
GARDEN, and FLOWER SEEDS; all of which no can 

Sold wholeaalo and retail, In onantitioa to aultpnr- 
cbason,otonrS.e.l^t,,ru. Al.o, I'runinjr Shean, Bud- 
ding and Praplnr Kr.i ■.-.■■ oto. 

N. B.— All ordon forBirdod to J. P. SWEENY A CO, 
Scediraen and Florliti. trill meet with imniod Into o 
J. P. SWEENY Ji CO., 

17-3m 108 California Btrcoi,S a r, Pr»oetim 



APPLE AND FEAE TEEES, 

thai am hardy, and bavo boon t ™ nitb much can 
aaloaoloctneajf.f.-'.L', client of variety, iiijo and vli- 
araas E""lb, lo give entire (atlsfaelion. _ 

l.V ! 1 1 H - r-..Ul .,,,!■, :--..:]' .\. fiC, ill I :.,► "... I:U. ,., li ...| A.IM-:| 

. ,'-' n"', i'i :'':>:».''! I ,";i , 'r,'""'i '"'&***"' e«p«i»uyioiiciiod 

■i'.iii'l I'l-nr Trcea, ty™o'ld| 
.' , -.'.".- ; l : . : ' : - ' ■"; """ ' l , ■■'."cUltlLANTS nod*GO03E- 
'!■'■■ 1<7-'t ;..rj^,n ,,y r.^,., .:,^[- .'..,. I.- ■, ;',..■ : .., n r., ., j j- r ... 

.. '_'ilu,.- ,,■:.■ j.r.1./!.. , | ...,„, ,|.|,-, .t'i..,..!!!,.:-. |r',, 

■. 1 1 b ■ C-! '- 1-m -.-\ . ■*■ 1 '■ i " j - . ■ V V 7 "III '■.'"■' y :'"'■" 

rielnnJlng, AlrUi^fL.rrfc.-r,.-,,,,,^. ir,-.,r";-i..r,",V,.' 

at3m D.T.ADAM3,i an ,t„. l .. 



PACIFIC MANUFACTORY 
e ^a: i" o h i xj i^ 

C», ne r TtaLrtoenll. and J .lroe t .... Bo ^ Mftcl , to> 

Uuinractnron of alt hlndiof 

Large and Small, for every business. 



OHAS. ZEITI.EE & CO., 

OKALEHS IN 

American and English 



& 



FINE CUTLERY, 
FARMERS' MECHANICS' 



■ at Agricultural Implements, 
HARVESTING TOOLS, 

GRAIN CRADLES. 



WM. B. HUNT, 

■TIDES, SKIWS, ffSgS 

WOOL and TALLOW. ™ *- 

Ofiico on Second rtreet, near H, 
SAOHAMENTO. 



Wo alio offoraiBporioraarortniontof 

Shade and Ornamental Trees, 
Shrubs, Eoses, and 

Greenhonse Plants. 

Embroclng all the old and well known popular varletle 

aa well aa a gnat many oihon hub good and nea. 
Alt, a vory one lot, of different ilioi, of that jery pop- 
lar ibade tree, «o full or ro coin Licence.' «.f uon», Ifae 

OOOD OLD-FASHIONED ELM TREE 
f many varioUoj, but m«i of tbo AnnrlcaD Bad Seotoh 
BInu, v^hi-b ara of good lire, and whoa well tl i b- 

liibed in the aoll, (bay are of vory rapid growth. 
^^ ..auo.. 

Labdesoh, or Qoldes CaAM, 
JLapie, in variety, 

Lrxnea, Europcao anil Amcriean, 

Cijika, and other Trees. 
We call particolnr nttcntioo to onr collection of 
THE CAMELLIA, 

olccantlyoalofdooriberoaitbcyroMibijcoum 

ll b no loogor a bonae plant, bnt one or 

The Gem, of the PUanrt Ground,. 

we ouauamtee all trees phoji our hursebv 

TO THE NAJ1E. ^x 

* parlleulau or Bantu, Rani, fie, 
ooo CATALOGUES, which will be toot by mail lo all 

Wo invito attention lo onr ycry large and general 
aaorttnool or 

VEGETABLE SEED, 

hlch 1, Tor, iu,. „.jT dlF TD J B YB " 1, 

».-,■«, ™",™is: , q ':..r;zsz p r d 

at any otbat ortabllahuioBt In the Stato. 

IX. a"o" ha™*?.™ 1 ''' a , EED f « - »**' « 
inal MtUTsotlon. W« are 
l«o«H«»f0fj01ii--!tLSI( 
rbw, H^i, MU bo icB0 Bp 

"oorRoUil Trade 

' Oaanis, aad at 

■sACBAttEHio. 

■'■■'/'■ '"■*!. OH L y, Bnd 



.ow prepared toiopply largo 

landMnoly la paeki 
-adwillaJwaiibaln roadlneu 
CITY OFFICE-- .44 J r.l„ 



Nciv-Tork Seed ITareUouse. 

ALFALFA, 

New Crop ; 
HUNGARIAN GRASS; 

Garden, Flower, Field and Treo Seeds. 

0)B THE oilomiro Variety or SEEDS wo offer apjh 
SSS ■-.■■■■^' b»«ptri«n»dC .lor. la tbttSb 

KiaAllanlio ,-ilM,. .,:„! L.ur-.j ■-, .,,„! wo havo^*^ 

*S ^ L « lu . ""I have no dunbt Iboy will glee Iho'utmo.t 

AgrienJluial and Scientific Books, 

FLOWER SEEDS, and Colleetlona of Flower Seodi, 
at uji in neat ifaobngea, with dircctiona roratdtivallon. 

Goodaaoenrely packed, W go to any distanco. 

Ml onion by mail or olborwiao (with remittance,! 
-illboaUendo'Jlowlthoiictness and promptHado. 

■3" f irht bind, of Eooda can ba forwarded Ihioa-b 
10 mail (poatogo paid). inrougn 

0. L. KELLOGG k 00., 

STREET. 



Fruit and Omanicntal 

TREES AND SHRUBS, 

Roses, Vines, and Exolic Plants. 

■ PARSONS & CO., 

Flnshing, near New York, 

jagS*. INVITE ntlentioD to their Dne ©ffl 

Their EXOTIC DEPARTMENT, occnpjiog n 

nor.!,, 1 1 .■ I i.<r. ■■;!:■..■, .,1 ■. ,-i;„; .. Til- -.-..r ■■'■■■ . I l.\i'. | Jl: 
lift lll> .-:(,: l.-|:l J. .ill, !.; ,;..,:.;,,.; ,,,.,.. ....,, I..., „-..,., 

"I'lii-ii lil.iSK .ii.p-irtm^nt contains a large assart- 

rr.,-„t ,,| „ll «,., tin, I i-„[-,l-.., „|„I ,1,.. !»-., .,.„-„|.,.,| ,„..„ 

'-'. !""!;;";- !,". ';'?', .'~i , ^"' 1 '^. ,,i,J :M "tvduccd 

Ji..-.-' -,.l. | . ;i . 1 ..',lr,:.r. ■I,:,'..,, ,"., ', ,-,..,'V ,.ul'. ll'," '.' 

rn"h™i)PEN i.iKfirNl'i'uKfAKTMENT thev 

".',''/.';,! i'v,".','';''^ '^i '"". ' r ' : '. r '7'" ""^ if "-'"'v Fi[ «jfT TtiBf^5. 

mi;-, i'LUMS, I'EAciitl-H, Il'lVLES, in. fuooaron 

In Uio'lIARDY ^ORNAMENTAL DEPART- 



Pioneer Establishment. 

FOB coring of FISH „! all biod»; *^^l 

and dacon. ^i««rila.^^Kfli^ffi 

ofSmokodaodPiekla.i Silmun aud Herring, warracled 
.,1 .!| cn-r .|inlily, iu |:.;l-fl„-oaleanlt. 
. Tbo SutHenbor i= nuir en.-,i^l in p,. r |£ Pack! Bg, and 
wlU Jarchaaa V^UlllllU flaTn r " T ""'■' I ""^"° *"* 
Tbo Smokin K of B^or is^-ooTraoTbat'tondcatoat 



H7* On hand and fare 
-Liverpool, St. Quentlo 
oil, offaiwrior qttilKj. 

Front ttrool, oprflillo Water Work, Bnildiag-. 



dredloaiof SALT 
Islnnd and China 
" COOPER, 



Premium Marble Works I 



Marble Mantel' and llcl.- M^nuoionLr, Tomh and 
i.trnvo 0=t.-r.-.-. T.il.loni-1 !'.,Nnlar To|... Marble and Free- 
■loo-T.lcO^NiloaoJ Fr^rluoo Sills and Lintel- Ac 
A*^oonalanlly on hood and mado lo ordor, on roaranablo 




SjDiro;us, Lilac*, I-brsytlima. Weigeleas, 

£!t itit rt nis, Anilt-r.'in'.i/ii.i, P'j-fusJapottica, 
Norway Sj>,-<ic,-, IkciJu,-,,/., Cypress, 
Larch, Ask, Maples, Beech, Linden, 

Thoy havo maJo Ihe RHODODENDRON t 

■peeL^. «nd |'"" iviH:--:r. I U lu ., I:,.-.-.- ,|,i ,,;li:k rii-.s 
■■ .:..-.!..]■ hut '.,:ln ■ i.lik-li !, ,. !:.[:.,■- , ,,!. .,;,,[ [J,. „, i, .,„'..i 

ii-piii, RrMnuspermum, Cejihatola'rus, 
Thujiopsu, 7'iLEuicrecla. 
For Hcurcs, thy would call attention to the 

!U(IAN AltFiLHEVlT.K, vt.irl, ,. |„ r ,„.,„,,..■,,-!,... ,| ,„ 
. ■ .1 '■11:1111 IK. ,i, ll ,i l- |.. ., rr., 1 .|l,„ I Jiia »=b,!,rory 



HYACINTHS, TULIPS, LILIES, UROCOS. 
JAPONIOAS, 
And a variety of other Bulboua Eoota. 
IHO AMD BUDDIWQ KHIVE8, and rloty of 

oeolvlne by erory Eiprca rrom tho Statu, and 
Europe, a general oaortmout of 

Field, Garden, Flower, Fruit and Tree 

SEEDS, .>,«■. 



S. W. MOOBB, 

Warehoune, 

110 Callrbmla 

VALUABLE PUMP FOR SALE 

A LAHRE WOItTJirttOTOM PUMP. wiUi Tntular Boll " 



THEEBI ISEE8II TREESII! 

GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 

3Cf mm. -«lj m. Tsr- 

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Noi. Of, DO Olid 71 Hi- „i atroot, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

(Opposite Washington Market.) 

, WE.T 
-' J . . 1 1 -. ...I- 



w is e e r, b r. ac "wix,soj>j- 
MANUFACTTTRTNG COMPANY'S 

SEWING MACHINES. 

S43 Broadway, 'New Torli. 

Agencies Oiroughout Ihe United State,. 

Bigbort Proraloai .-,-:,:„ awarded by tho Arnorican 
Inatltulo, at tho CryKal Palace, Nov. 6, 1657. 

Also, highest rromiuui awarded at tbo Illiu ..= ~i.*o 

'■-" = . -'-! -M-u.,,.1 r,,,t ,, lidiiioorojoBd 

Maine Stato Fair. 

SEE THE FIRST PREMIUM 
SEWING MACHINES. 



IQBESr URBMIDbI b 



ilcV Fair. Sept 
Wlioeler & Wilson's Setyiog Maoh 

Were roeommended tbo 1I1QB 

tho Stato Fair, Morvari" ' 
Wheeler & Wilson's Sowing Machines 

USE! auloTan'j^o Fair's, d 1=39 F ° R PASULi ' 
Whcoler &. Wilson's Sowing Machines 

d.'lurntbo 



CL'ri'il j.' 



1. C. lUVDEN, Agoni, 

san eiu.\ v/.> co." 







Persons) about PuMInu; i ,, Pe nceB 

WILL And 11 uiuah to their advnotasn to ml r.™ r.1 
HYDE'S PATENT s M S» lo "oor 

Self-Adjnsting Post-O rivers. 



Oplniom of tho Ntnv York Pron. 
We prefer tbein for /o H ,iy uK—Trtt-m 
Thoy ore the fnroritw for/™;i/u._ Tlnn. 



Jodlineaublo la crecy 
Wortby of the hlrb«l 






I"- ■ u - fi .:,.-!.. ,.... ..„;.'.■."■ a driven pojt l> to aid one |.a,„ " v """ " U| - 

KnBSffls^riSa* * m^ *"5uoiStoT 

"■' VaLtjEJo.Solaao coao' 



To Poultry Raisers, 

ASPRE Remedy for tbo Blsoaao or FowlaxDoonilar to 
Calirumla^pol "P In half pound paokagee, InEcioBt 

F^li doMripUon of the dl,oaao and dlroollon. for euro 

,!,-.;.,i 1 -.,..'iiiinr«eb package. Price St. 

Boraaloby WAHREN fi CO,, 



Wwa 



ihlogton atroet. Ban Franelaw. 




worthy nod Industrie 
I have been in California, Mid ho lo us 
nine yearsr I have suncrcd many, loom In 
ways; hare no«r bad o home (hut I could coll my 
own. I have palienlly walled lo try 
homestcad, bit fraudulent claims hnro 1 
prived mo again and again ol " "" ' P 0580 
I am ulmosl discouraged. Bui added 



to the other, or (put Ibcir thoughts 
lest Ihoy should be betrayed; and each settof lo 
ho striving for himsoli; without a thought lot 
his neighbor. Sow, said lit, I knonihiBia wrong, 



"loving bis neighbor u him 
of oor difficulties would pass away, and it( con] 
ttrooRlben each other; and, said lie, unless « 
can deviso some plan bj which we can (rather m 
fanners and unile Tor each ether's good, we shn 
wprk against cacb olber, and long years will inic 
vene wilhont the success we might enjoy. 

Oh how [rue is this. We bare known and sec 
ibis dork shade, ond have nrged the pilhcring i 



re good. We ci 






i plans for c 
say: fanners 



ing. We greet yoo 
will find In our eou. 
feast offal thiogs." 
for wc trust yonr 



Kay y 






.Ten grant yen 
happy one, sod you "blessed i 
We greet yi 

Rural 

across Ibe waters lo web 

land "flowing with milk 



lei as lbe friend and 

f (be Farmer and Jlcchunic, *nd tbc 

of California. We coma port way 

aland where 



with none lo moltit youor make jou nfraid." We 
oak yon to rend the records of Ihls glorious land, 
and helpns in developing its resources. Come to 
na, to this land of gold, and then see how mnch 
richer are our bills nnd rnlleya. Tho wenllb he. 
neath tie rich soil gleams with n brightness fai 
on Haloing Iho 



"rallle c 



a .boost 

■■.■il!i lii-tii 



i fruits," ond the ' 






the goodly work i 



Execntivo Board—State A g ri t u I uu ci 1 SoolBty 
We are pleased to notice that the jYtw lit 

the State Society are holding freqnent meetings, 
■ ■*-- ! ™ plans and to prepare their work for tbi 






This: 



with ii 






cednfr^n 
, Thcl 



ere pics 



T '"'" l' r "-pei-l nroun , 


Statu Agricultural Monthly. 




We published Inst week Eomo slrirlores upon 


a large tiowd, and situated 


this prmatart document; and wo aro pleased lo 


lest location ut the city, the 


Icnrn, by n personal villi lo Sacramento the pres- 


oie lo ctect the buildings. 


ent week, that tht doaimmt, issued under 0. C. 


needed 10 show llio errnr of 


Wheeler's direction, has been plainly repudiated 


cash price is enough lo cause 


by the Executive Board (oa to its issue of pcrsonnl 


friend of the agricultural iu- 


nnd spurious matter), ns il should be; and, if it is 


pnrchnse of it — S350U! Iruty, 


ever issued ngflin, it will reflect I lit? opinions of the 


in -Sacramento 1 The build- 


.ffoord of ihnagat nnd not of on individual. In 


ury, and will be required lo ho 


soch case, we shall hail it us an efficient aid to the 


re hut very few of the cltiicos, 


cause of Agriculture, and pay it Ibe courtesy ond 


npprove such n choice. 


respect il deserves. 



It appears 10 us 


strange, that persons 


nt all 


miliar with Iho ne 




ound 


wilding of this c 


oractor, should select 


1 spot 


cribbed end conS 


edostbis— onlvonebi 


mired 


d silly feet squnr 


, and facing on two st 


eels! 



rulindi iter, 
id oa tbc Ii! 
illing to aid 
nek intended 
I passengers nl 

id dollar 



lulbority: if Iho Fm'i 



it good of til 
•lions for II 
re of more tb 



in.l lln.- I,nt 



lirly years, an connected 
wilh such buildings, prompts us lo urge 
n before it!$U>olalt. A public establish- 
this kind should Imvc a pleasant prospect 
it, handsome grounds, well designed and 
ly arranged. This can only be done by 
>g larger and belter grounds," further from 
let of the city. We hope, mast sincerely 






men In Ibe present Board who w 
lessacea and a dignity of chamclcr hi 
party or cllquo; nnd they are fletcn 
molten In n good train for thecomini 
all our heart, we eny jn,, n , Our 1 
Ihall bo given to aid in ell ibal is ope 
eat of the reiourccn 



.n lli, d.vel. 






Esq.; a 






With an el 

brethren nt tho aOIlai 

ship. They are senile 



■elf in the Ediioriul IJbnlr. 
npb, at the close, wo lake 
d pub! bin It as n land-mark. 
■ od In greeting hi- 
ps, we claim fellow- 



to oltcr this decp-mcuuing word, Good-by. 
If is not told by Iho word. Commonly use 

months, and may lie year* inter* one ere good and 






Wo ! 



hi Iho i 



d-by I 



urlhc Bast, when 



is you; E <> in 



o jay, a 



Deatii of a YfrntA Knows PuntlSflBn.— 
I our obituary record Ihc dcnili of Char 
in, or Ihc wefl known publishing firm o 
ompsoB k Co. Ho died recently nt bis 
i Bronkllne, InthO forty-second year c 
Ir. S. was very favorably kno 



tithe 



«r of b 



■■irl 

. Ho v 



uimilliprl iui..[r r iit. hi" iti.lniiiitabk- en orgy nnd 

di-rrisl strength i,f will, whkh w.u Vignnlh 

'ittt, for tho Inst eigh" ■ 



ili-J.ll.Vlil i 

"■,.!•/ i.l,..[i 
nrul in . ilrcu 

: , ,i,, |.„ 

H,.-r..i„.-Th 
lu-t -il year 
|,hv,i,-„il;, I 



e frailest possible bold 

' volition bhTc'nnnectTol 
lereslsandtboioofblsl 

nls friends thought him 



::,: 



e happy t, 



, all of 



To onn Coniusfli'osDirrs.— Wo 
nounce Ibe receipt of tnnoy tbI 
onr concspondenta, by Iho lost bi 
which ihnll have due care. Leenoi. ..... 

gem. Ivy Dell comes lo ut with "Woman's Ap- 
propriale Sphere." These will all appear al the 
earliest moment. KOith Uontressor sketches 
"JaboBudesiy," and wltb becoming t ruth. Her 
wrilinj;- nhv.iyr, -peak. Ir,n,. ,,,,„,., ■ -.. 

her song of "Sanebino and Glad n eis"_f OOEa 
welcome. These, each and all, are accent^ " *d 
will appear. A valuable «imm.u,i, ■.,!;'. ", " ( '"' 
Molher Rutb.we welcome. Agricultural Lecture? 
from Agrlcola, will appear neit issue. Downlcvllle 
accepted ; will speak soon. The Orange Tree will 



in this oily daring 1 1: . 
iches, u furnished by 
m during the waion, 
anlacbandabalfol 



Tub rata ufp»ij«g,i, ? it,«_, 
Slh Inst., aro adrrrtlwl «« r.,l|.,»., 
Oslilea Ago, #176 cabin, #100 kcoi 




disease, bu died .-^il, i,„,i li„|.|,i[,._[[i, ,',,,„ T;il[ 
T "' Sri.™ l' 1; , so , CAsE.-jiidgci Terry nn 
Field, or the Supreme Court, have , e „,i, t ..j ,,,;, 
lone In the ease of "llcCauley e. Welkr " Tl 
l.,ll^-.ti„i.„l,,,r„a„f .be ,le,i-i., n3 sustaining M, 
Cauley wo lake from the Standard: 






-'■•linn] jii.l^,,,. 
Tho points d, 
fl>«, That in 

in.T,,h..-wr„ [ , ; 
..i--.n„. 



""Hi in v.biib the prison koji 
.'.''," ""' " r tbt! possession 
uinliir. The plalniiff l, r „og 
" entry nnd dotalnor, In which ho 
t. The defondnnt appealed." 






'he wife of Qonrgc Wnsh- 



ballon-edresti'ng-placeof W a Vhl" B 'i^, Ih-'ti' \ !.'"l 
Of one of woman's best and noblcu auvocalts 



''^'^"Sn.Oouaamage. and ousts] 

York to Ih. 7 .b Ju.rjTJ'r ^f ^""""S". 
huaalepee, |o I !,„,..„, ' T . ":' n * V " V 0r '™« via Ta. 
cWll^ °T l ' Mfc '"?™. and iwu" ISJ"""* 1 " " P " 

''!" :;"" *'■ '■■'"^."..■li'iV^'i"' 1 ■'''"', '■■'■'•■■ ''•"Ni r ii'';,'; 

"'•". '' '•■■■d« J i,l„l,r ... i„ - ,' ■ "■"■!' "Hi. .,,u , i 

■■..i. .I ... in,, -ij..,, ),,, ;;' r !'; '■ '"" "■■ r-.. ,!*;,, 

tho Uuar w., w , . ' " '.. I. ..in..; [."t IL.C Onn. of 



The PoaT-OrvitK A pp norm at ion Bul.— TliD 
Baltimore Sun, of tbc Sth utt,, lays of [ho fa 
of tbia bill: 



Iho tc 






a tho 



i the 



iding the :anli dny 
of November, il wjjl lie seen that demnnds for Iho 

wick? ilftt-r l.'un^re.-, -hull h.^ciuLIc ut it« regular 
session. Add In llii. lln- oilier ful Hint conlrnctors 
collccl generally li;ili" ib.'ir pny on .hi uverage frimi 
]io.|Tiia.6ttri ..n llieir r.; =i.i-il ive r.iulcs in odvnnce 
uf selilemenLs nl the depart mini, it is rcu-oimlik 
that wilh Ibis amount of funds in hand they will 

110 1 jiUflurtlllirli fniril i]...|.iv ill pilVIHL-lll- JuliSH|UtIll- 

ly required, pr,-.viil..l ilmt LVnjrrcss, at its neit 

Itiini;- uiiglK ;;ii',in Inlerahly, if it were not for a 
il.'iirji |". . r tin- |.rc-tn! liii-ul year of rii.iug time 
millions, ns well ns the fact that as things ore, 
there are no nppr.ipriaiions fur Un.rlnud and 

Pa.-ili.- -l<Mi,i;bi|i service. [The su-timshiji service 

It may also be held bv Hit f'nPiinel Ibnl p,,.,i:i k <, 
iimnty accruing after. Iunel3lh is so in the trcasury 
os Ihnt il cannot he drawn out e.icc-pt hynulhorily 
of law, as conlenipluteil by the act which bus just 



CtoTntNO at Sacbajh:sto.— The recent cold 
ealhcr over the State should remind all who nre 
> near the mountains the necessity of keeping 
lemsclves well and warmly clothed during tho 
ild wcuthcr. Ilcoltb il of more value thnn wealth, 
id lo bo warmly clad is mora important than n 
md breakfast, (hough bolh arc very comfortable, 
'e have rarely found to severe weather ia our 

arm clothing was very comfortable. Heueton, 
astifigs, i Co., received by lasl slcnmcr a splendid 

_ork of newebilbiiig, and wckn.iivrli,.iTu|,r,ri :L . 

:d from tho senrebing blosls lhal 



Courthoaso toward Iho comer of Mr. Dudley', build- 
ing on Sno Fernando Unci, when Iho firing commenced. 
The testimony or tho witnesses is conflicting. Most or 
nearly all wbo saw lb. beginning uf Iho affair swear 
lhal Crosby fired the first shot Jusepb i'aybura slales 
that Ctuby met Thos. Shore, Jr., halted a few iteps 
from him and Ii red ; lhal, he says, was the Grst shot 
Schuyler B. Davis says Ibe Jinl pistol- (hot came 
shy; that ho saw bun pros 



■eSncr 



lo, who; 



. — pliinly nnd yet au 
coldly in iho distant view. Jlesars. Houston, 
igs J: Co. have taken great pains lo pr.pur.- 
lollnng eiprcsslyfortheseasonanndelimnto 
xamctito, ond their present stock, now or- 
is most opportune. This houao enjoys the 
nfidence of its patrons, and juirebnscrs " " 
ce can aend orders Ihnt will ho filled tho 



Yakoe'b Gailebv, Saobamj 
o notice the stendy progress 
ypiug on llio Pacific conal. 
. ists, whoso pictures hnvu .,„,,,: .,,.,.,,,., 
-taBtataWr, „„ renecingcredit upon (he spirit 
.progress whkb mark. ,1,1, „„„ . nmong ^JL* 

el Ihlt V ,U T'r bclicV0 iL "»' bu "talt- 

- Mli.il * ,ii,.-l- f. ^■l...i.|,.l(lalleryatSan Francisco, 

im'lttenUj high. The Mli^™ g^ Fralleiaco" 

: .',"in,ll' i |""" , '' : " ri, " ;l ' 1 ^ , ' li ^ lill ^' i '-'- i whi,|i 
„ ,i... i,'..'.T* nn . Qncr f= cll0n conno! besii n „i.,„,.d 

" stuiiilJ ||,. 




--0, nnd attentive aerv- 
■nw- The hcsl of regard lo (hu wnnta of (he 

'.'ii . „;',!![;' ,';, ,| ! , ,,"" l ; '■ ■ . Wi ■ "", '" "i ,c,,k ft "-it the 

Rnrileu lad nlnch of "l\° B \ P Tl ' e '"'S 

lu>u , ries nndVorlVhaWng"' T "" C " e ^"W" 



St. Gaonos; HoMr,, Baobau 
; olell»contlnuallywi,, n | ni! r„ 



^eHpnof^ol^i,^ 



TO.-Thfs splendid 
>m from the puhiie. 



■ hy hi,, kind oourteBy' 













Snllli'i Pomoloficol Cia 


i'-i'«;.'r-.v 


_<™,cl 


o.„ 


.--.,. J.-ii 


.uJo,6(iun t ry....L 


"™'"'"" 


,..'.:.,,- 




-,i, j.„(, 


TflA01C.lL AlTAltt 


at Sab J 






Jose Telegraph Eilra 


orSSlboli 


we cop 


rlh 


fallow- 


ngacoounlortbode 


Ih of S. J. 


Crosby 






Ferguson : On SIou 


■iv, tho DIs 


riet Co 






Clara coonty eommen 


e.1, IIil- [(..! 




MeKes pre- 


Biding. ThocasaoflhoPcoplovp 


The., f 




ad Alex. 




ul C. S 






far triaUn Tuesday, 


t 2 n. ii., an 


Hie Sb 


rifj 


was di- 


reeled lo summon n p 


'"^ ''\ '"-,'" 


■ersin 




al*. It 




lion or a m 


jerity o 


Ih 


Grand 




f tho Court 


of Sossl 






o find n bill against £ 


J. Croiliy 


oohevc. 


by 


a largo 


majority of the comtn 






ndietcd, aroused pub 


e feeling to 


vbighp 


:eb 


fiudig. 


nation, and made all 








ad or the 


Simla ; but (o-day he 


nl weeks ha. 


nul l.ee 




u in alo- 








estifyiug on behalf 


fScal and 


Rohb. 


Uu 


ng trial 



Crosby, with a 



i-illiam M. 
:d frani Ibe 



. Tber 



t of the 



by 


half a doien or more rcipoed 


bio eili. 


ns. llosworo 


lbs 


three or four shots were fire 


at Cro 


by befaro tho 




or dreiv bis pistol and fired ; 


indswe 


c, loo, thai tho 


ba 


from Crosby's pistol could 


not bat 


e cute red the 




rthouse, while alt lb. olhe 




ei befaro tho 


Co 


liner's inquest concurred In sa; 


ing that 


l, t „, Crosby's 


lire 


Ihnt passed through Iho wall 


or UioC 




lulled Mr. Ferguson, and Utat tl 


e sliols 1 


om Ibe parties 


.n^u^-.d p.Tsstd in a wholly diflerunt . 


rcelion. Tho 


[Jn 


oner found that Crosby can 


D to bis 


death from a 


pis 


ol-sbol fired by Eboro, Jr., o 


Blchs 


1 Shore: and 


lha 


they believe Ferguson was 


illcd by 


a hall fired by 


Cm 


shy at persons in frout of 


honse, which 




cd Itir.,[]gti (ho wall of Ibo 1 




id entered Iho 


body <,r t\irgu>iin, lirodurin^ i 


eth. 1 


crguson was a 




or from (Irnss Valley. He c 








Id friend home to bis relal 




Now Sladrid, 


fonniiiLE Owelty ok Sh 


„,.ir.[.. 


—The Amcri- 


cao 


bark Sarah Pork, CupL. Eph 


mini Ten 


llelon, arrived 






in Cnrdiff, Wales. Tho 








t day Cap!. Pendleton mode 








i" men far patll larceny, n 


nd they 






this act told more agninst 11 






Urn 


men, for lie tatter presentu 


n borri 










with tho cab 






fumn lodlcato 


SOV 


ro Buffaring nod •booking e 




lured. These 












J slated thai having !,.,„ 








Mng induced by „„„,,,.,. 






an 




manly 1 


■enled, Hogged 



■ mil. nn.J i.H-nrlini. ;(,., il,..-!,^,, U p un tilt 
1. bo wu. arrostod on Ibe charge of 
Is hoped hu will get bis deserts. Tho 
ro convoyed lo tho hospital. Captain 



"eltr.and the ImaginSfOn b „U 

nnnai! » ""i flw,,, - l * B Wburilj. 
icrnoicr be heard of I 



THE CALIFOENIA FARMER. 



69 



DOMESTIC H17MMARV 
.Office luu boon osuMishod ml Su* 
f eounlv. Francis Svlvcsl". Postmaste. 



A Fo?ti vs 
on tbo I III. 



Ffiou lVoJ.".Dvil!c, a f ri end writes : We hud a 
hoavy rtln, -Van* JL Our iccding ii mosUj-itonf 
groin ij looking well gonersdly. Pesd and Pear trees 
dtuiD blossom, nod Cherry trees begin look 

a low days rinse, of ono tuuidnd and soro 
. Sperrv-, Bnrkett 



; 2, eenk 



pn reassert, si 

Tnr Mory*villo Damocrnl notices a mushroom, i 
tained flora a Digger Indian, nhlnb. nicuiired eight » 
a-bolf inches in Jijunelcr. Tbo Hem mi seven o-' 
a-half inches In circumference. The bight was « 
inches, anil weight --1X pcqnda. 



A calf at Mr. Sim's place, tVsjbtngtoa township, is 
nolSceaov the editor of tiuAlsswda Orations tbo fittest 

old, nod nieosurej, in length foar feel eleven Inches, 
Be w a at™ of (be Dnrhsm and Devonshire. 

The Mill Stage ft™ Kuni Cirv nrrlvcd oi Stockton 
oo the 25th ult,, and tvns lo start out again lo-day. The 
moil party cicbl in number, eot offby tbq Indians »1 lb. 
Mojavc, boil no! K-cn heard from. I[ i- ,u[.'p..-i-il Ihi-v 
arrived at tin.' r , .,l,. ra .fi. Cr»*.ii] C -li.irlly oiler the dra- 
goon* under CoL Hoffman retreated from Ihcre, and 
iron murdered by the Indians. 



reels ore preventer! from accumulating in tho lute, it 
ub(H thoroughly drained as to mnho tbo best gnus 
md Id the Stale. At present tho lale it a grant nnl- 



i Sacramento Standard. Wednesday night iu 
iriy eovere, and had not n high tin,! forlunntety 
d, thora is no tilling what amount or damage 
avc been dene to the peaches. 



Of wages in Sierra county, the LoPorlo Mown 
cays: Allhongh tho price of labor does not deel 
rapidly in this as in other section! of the Stats, I 
rvitli much regret wo mark its diminishing reward e> 
where. Thelosi 



.■1 ilioii-l, r). 



ri.-r.illv i 



■ ii. t-1 ■. and 132 < 
)lr. Halo, an A 



13,330 mules j 45 



veil knu 






it of the United 
Kites to soltltr nil tho Ttiiitlirs in dispute with- 

.■ii butter to have furmed out the settlement ol' 

Mi-1,,,1 I'h. ■!..,. il,.. liUliard-til.ivef, Is in Itoln- 
.(.' lit Hiirlrin, N'nv Vnrt.fi.r tin- |/r...it mniHi ivilli 
ccreilcr, of Hclroil, fur fstioti. The friends of 



it .parti 



onftiicn 



n of 0) 



nso Wise made last season by Dr. Bar 
cared by tho editor of the Lei Angola 
of It: This is tho first we have knowi 
i that locality, and speaks irell tor I hi 
e grapes wore grown, as also for carofo 

•ma, and wo have no doubt would com 
ale, if offered lo the market. 



□ liar, bare eonipl.-1'.'i thr cr^-linc li.r t'.i 
have contracted for lOO.uiiO ftct of lumb, 

jf tbe managers of tho enterprise, rays tb 

111 <-■ ---'tiiuMj-'l i^itl, : \\] ].-,-. jl-1,. ^i:...]il|.. 



ley, and another ol Alameda Creek,abovo VaJlejo'eSIUL 



d, injuring the cereal craps to a considerable extent 

ly on the river bunks, is entirely destroyed. The 
an, however, hnd a bad time or it, which will bi 
bested), ns they are the greatest post in the agri- 
rel districts. 

i of homo production is to be supplied la the clti- 
jf Lai Angelrs the earning summer. It is brought 



icCol 



in Alameda Quarts Mining Company, at theirelnim 
ilid aboul two miles from Jamestown, ham ureetod 
' unn quartz mill. The c;aajti thns far, says 
News of tho 24th oil., has yielded from 
died aad fifty dollars to tho tan, and as 



J- [,kr,ly 



twcnly-funr hours, wo may safely 



a bug.. 



'of the' 



Fill be ohtaincd by the 
snmmor. The Rough A Ready Tunnel company 
the Table Mountains took ont 3S5 ounces hut week, j 
ooe week's washing. Tbo Now York Tnnncl Gompan 
In tho tamo localll)-, is also paying cieedingly well. 

Tnc brig Klku 



!=uL|-l.iir ft|,ri[igs Hotel, In Napa county, 
■■v- Tonft t Brewster, was destroyed by 
Tho hotel was the largest and finest in 
'"'■'_'M "Tii pare favorably with the ccle- 
'■'^- •! <l. Paraloga, and other walering- 



' !"osibility l- 



Ita remote ultoation preclnded On 
holp being obtained to eitiosmlsh ib„ Kami 
*«.!,.,„, - jU( l, U eonred by an inreranee h, JmW 
distributed an follows: Harm 4 John,.,,,. ««.0m' 
Jonathan llont.eoi.MOjralkneT, Bell 4 Eft, «oot.! 
The \m* of U.i! Rns haul iy a puhlie calamity, and wo 
■re pleased to learn that it will be [ouncdiaoJy rebnill 
A Plan Is said to U. on fool to drain the Tole Land. 
we.1 of lbs P^rameoto river, which eitond from th, 






■ currj- tbe i 






.nnty on Monday night lo.'l. and it if feare-l the 
op has been seriously injured. This we hops 
o case, as tho frost frequently does more good than 

inn, 1.1 lIlir.Liir,- ..ill the fruit, it. Ih.il il i- Itirf. v mi. I 
i..(l. f ipLilih-. ,in,l tin. ,|i,.ii!ilv ri..,irly Ihu same. 

Id in Potalumo, on the 19th insL, to take itip] Bir 
ulcJting frnuilulcot grants. A County League was 
rmed, and IVm. Fought elected President; L. Wnugb, 
ieo President; Jos. J. Penny backer, Recording Secre- 
tary, and George L'nmpK'll, Corrc-|..i|iding Scerclnry. 
solutions were adopted and among others 
(itticrid t... (;. 1II..1,. llirAiii-li.iul tho Stale, 

Kill of Review,' granting nil parilc- o'/Jn. v..-l ,i'. -J. „.-',- 
■■■■-" di, 1 ,ror„ll,.i.,l„llt ) - 



II -r.nil. 



- Suit..- it 



■ f tin L'i,il,.l ;t 



i of the rigbtsandpruport 



Enntern News, 
folloiiinESummarj-otAtlnnlicneirs, 

lili-n Aj;,', which iirrivcilonTucsditv : 



•"■■■:■"- .\j;[ir..|.riiiii..n hill, us it pn- 

■■) lli...T,.:,-,ii-,- N.,1... Ii.v,- |.,|-V.v.. V 
lorisirm tho issue ,-r liv..htv inilli"., 
in M..iL S.riin. I. ill ,t„.l ];i|],,!. I., ; i .,, 
1 to another I. ill pr,.viu,n f„r nn nppr 
enrning tho mails to i;.,]ii,,r,,ii ■.,,, 



MORGAN BUCK HAWK C0MJ3T 
MATHEWS KANCH, 

rsir OeHTJtEi'fLLFL from March 
:>:li, i: .loin.; l.t-nboro good ra* 

OOMEST 



SPEOIAL NOTICES, 






fJocomoioJ.SCIimEBEIl'S.thcygo whew, who 
Thom f.moas mattress u nude out of PULU I 

i. BcuiiiKnen, 



1 brtnore dignity tho 



Thai 



of the 



tho Thirty 

:..,.^ U ,, UJ , luMiMituied immediately after tin 

■ Ij.. iirnr.if.it of ill,- Thirli-liflb (loogroif, in lie 
nr.lim.-i. v.-ith tin: l'r.-i.k,,! '- pr.j.:li|moli<,a. Tin 
.iiv ^Lii.ili.r-. wen; sworn in. <or,n „ft.jr which llu; 
■'..lint..- j.Jjouiiir.] until iln> ;,tli, v.itbout doing any 

Aaron V. Brown, of Tennessee, U. S. Postm_ 
finni-r-.il. -II.-.l on llio Sth Murtll, uftorn Am- duvs 
Illness, from i.nenmotiin. Hi. funeral look place 
Ml Ihe 10th. nnd bi= .11 tin, I, il l, v a v,rv liirj;.: ,.■■„.. 
:onr,c of mourning friend.-, irn-|ij.lin K 111,- l'r<-i- 
dtnt, the Semite in ,. hodv. tin Diplomatic rorj.i, 

noiiii'n.'d in the .Sniiit.. In- ii nifisiige /mm the 
President. Sir. M.h., „ ,,r„ n o.i„eed nn cnlogj- 



timed 




pink of 


espec 


[to 


he tnemorj 


of the 


Judg 


Jos 


i.i. II...H 


Of K 


entucky, late C 


rnmia- 


























Ibe .le.UI, 


of Mr 












III led Iv in 






fine 
clos 


ler.,1.: vi 


To th 


nrltt 


e ivho n-ill 

ir-- Ul'his . 


je apt 
nice 












.t-.'t, 1,11.1 [! 










Quid 














to fill Un- 






" \"\ 


ii) I 


e:]....e.|. 




Kej 
the 
Kit 


Mr. (Jul. 


™ap- 




ntn 


Mr. I,',., 


it M 


h 'in an 






LlfilVfr, 


of G 


hi.. 


ii.i. b.,.1 r. 


igncd 



indent of Indian ADaira in California, » eonfinnet! 

Tho Senate has confirmed oil tho treaties re 
jdiIv negotiated with tlieOiegon and Wnsliintrto 
idinns. Also confirmed, tho appointments ofJl 
anelc*Te ob U. S. District Attorney for Washing 
in Territory, and Androw J. Thnjer as V. S 
■istrirt Attorney for Oregon. 

Ben JIcCnHoch hfls resigned Ills office as U fi 
farshal for Tejns, nnd his brother Henry has bcci 

lYnshinfrtoo, Mar,-h lllh. — The dtlicil 



len IT. Wood, Captain Leeds, hence for 


!''.'ntr 


es of the Post-ollicc Department to meet the 


hen olUhal place it! i, n. r £Iih nit,, 


-...,„ 


',000, by the 30th June neit. As nn appro- 










opera 


ions of the Department, it is anderstood tho 








gooble. Being close In the land, an ai- 




change has been mnde in the Cnlifornin 


de tonus her oshure.hal when hauling 


Th 










k on a rocky point Lil-..[,rl'., or i.iil,-. ii ..rlli 




Opening of tho Jlnston Shon andLeather 


oiac. Tho captain and four of tbo crew 




nge, In Codmon Building, ilonover street, 






ted n large crowd to the spacious room*. In 


1: .Mr. ]|i-viru r |i-r.".-jiL'c-r; Mr. VWlliii.,- 




lening address of the Bon. Annua Walker, 


a seaman and tho eook, names nnkaown. 


^1,0 


d the nunsal shoe trade in the State reached 



[nfr-room eight)- feet s'qnare, with 
iportntents, whom it Is proposed 

lo i.-xhlUl lOlnple. r,T i:,,r, d L .( ripri,,, „f bnr.ti 
and shoes mode in NV,v f:ii,..l„i,,l, ,,|:,.,. , nir.r ■■.■,,■,] 

Incs for tlitir mtinnnictu'rL-, etc. 

ne-looking gentleman marched np Broadway. 

lurk, lul.ily, l.iviihly ff.Kf;ring golr[ Jolliirn 

— ■ It Is hardly nedcu^nrj- to say that 



Now V 

ongl 
large 



followed him. An otUc-. . 

rd nnd received a shower of gold in tall htee 
I'l.lil.': I'.-niBC, llir (illieer r-fu.fil t„ accein Hi,. 
iken Of Direction fr,nn the Bro.ulwuv Jil[iiter nnd 



■ ml. i, 



■I |,1.L 






anil a 



o the Tombs (slat 

icily Ii,.- believed, nut it is novcrthelcs 
>n true, Hint un .loptment l„nk nl.i,. 
I1..IHV, N.i. V„rk, li,nveen a couple o 
-K.-.1 re.poi'tively fourteen and lifteci 

" ."""if lt,,m,., [ictu.lllv j,r,.u.|,-,l I, in, 



fortnnately tb 



feet apart, which will, 



'"'"-'""■'■■'■'"■I'r,,...! hi,,, ",„ l/ti.-a, ;.,„,„,;. 

"The bo prXVr 11 ""I fs? l0ckg '' '"•' on " 
A mob. I J-,,,™. ...... ., J Ll . ,„„„„, 

iiESrib'; :,;;:;.;;",, ;:;;;; ';;;";s;i""- 

Th. ■■!,■ ii-i.-r It ilti i I of them. 

■ropowltocam ii'';"',,!,',', 'nll'Z'n] " "-fin ,'.','," 1 : l ' lk,f '" Chesopeoki 
large levees, about f.nu , .,-], ' ".' r !1t«.»i- * CWf ' Were saved. 

■"•»-"--.'»«™ i. £s m ^sz?i;rcX-z;:*;.%"z>, 



COLDEN GATE 

CLOTHING WAREHOUSE, 

Comer of Clay and Kearny Street* 

WE HAVE RE-OFEKED THIS OLD FJ ~T,1 Ht.I~ 1 1 KE> 
IIOU^B, nllti t> larto nnd .vrj lalcct itoek or 

FASHIONABLE GOODS, 

We receive Qoods by every steamer, direct 

FROM JSTE-W TZ^OIilK. 

C A. S H 

^.t Hociiicocl jRates. 



ARMY. NAVY AND CUSTOM 
GARMENTS, 

MADE TO ORDER. 

Ei7* Panieutar mention paid ID IbeCnstcm department. 

Sale-leatlicr Trunks, 

TallnB«, and 

Carpet Bagij, 



[jj-TIIF. HUME (,[.- DEA.UTV. 






TV, worship the beaiitllnl. ffo&d, and f-lr, 
Tn tvonblp u the ■brine of Benntf t 
Tbco IlIUo children In e ioups ibey stsnd, 



ro pilborrd round this eorjeous III 



INTERNATIONAL. 

Sail Francisco, Calirornla. 

TUB USDERaiQSBD IWfTtSa 
10 attention of the Trnrollng Public 

f this Home, '' 

It was established under Its present manafainent on 
the I- 1 .timory, ];:.">;, as a 

PIHST-OIi A.SS HOTBt 
in evory partlenlar. The present 

A. S. HALEY, 
JNO. J. HALEY, and E. R. ROBINSON, 
not ltlihiiig to 



wnnluslvelr tho EUPBItlOR MODB in union 
It Is contiguous lo all of tho most 



thus rendering it at all times tho most 
DESIRABLE STOPPING-PLAOB 

For Pamiliej or Single Gentlemen, 
during ihBlrsojtmrn in this eitj. 

THE "INTEIlNATIOKAL.HOTEr, 
iCOACLT," under tho snperintendenee of 
P. B. SMITH, late £ta E n Aconlat Saeraraento City, Is in 
attendance at all hours to convoy passaugors lo and from 

Hi.jIi.i!fl,f.)rU.io n-.iii.i n.T.-h. Iiwlu-Hmriiaggage. 
A. S. II A LEV, Lev ci. 
E. tt."ROBINSOH, form^rij of dio Now York HoloL 



BANKERS, ETC. 



CAI.IFOn.NIA, 

Sight Bills 
Bank of Commerce, ------ Boston, 

SIGHT AND TIME BILLS 



M. S. MAEIT1N, S 



J. BRYANT HILL & CO,, 

roMinssioK dealer j is 
gtPRUITS, BUTTER,? 

POULTRY, ECCS, ETC., ETC. 
C3 Jllcrcbaiil Street, 

(Opposite Waahington Market), 
e-ss-Kr FSAjsroisco. 

REFEnEHCES —J. C. F.,M, G. H Orl.if, Morirrllloi Gen 



..llll.-. :-„!,, I. „ ; i-|, ,,:,■•.; A ill >],,.], J.s'| t ' ta . 



SUPERB CLOTHINC 

HEUSTON, HASTINGS & CO, 

SAORAMEITTO. 




Tlio TTuderslsued 



! TEIBUBELVE?, 



BEST STOCKS OF CLOTHINC 

ON TIIE PACIFIC COAST. 

&• Thdr aim ha, boon and over will bs, to glvo Ihnlr 

r„i.. ii... i:.., M.irutiAi.t, rut: latest tmt'i 

TIWEST NATURAL FIT Of THE 



EVERY ARTICLB FOR THB WAItDROEB BEADY. 

hi:lsto\, Hastings &. to.. 

' Csrner J oni Bscond itrocts, Hotrammto. 



Slllllll-IKllHIH. 



VE 1MLP- BLOOD 



Sheep Waatea. 

IY FEltBOH I HAVING 100Q 0R gooo 



s Pan a I- vit •pt-:rt._A pUco 



1 1/ ' -lj Aiiil.u.'.rj:.-.. i,rr, I,,.! ,'-.I.iJ.I|..| „r || 



st Premiums to tho pa 



Ul, .Ir J,;;. 5o ^iVA.iH, Scurvy, A'aluM, HtadarXr, Es. 

xrftet dilution, 

"heso Muter, ns sll clESSOf oT rur I. ll'.-.v .-I'i.-rr,.. Irrlgiln,- 
uibors of Congress, Lawvors, Phvclclsns Clcrrsmon, 
otcrs, Farmers, soil olhan, tctlty oro the ralv ,-■/,, mr> 
• and sorurij-.ssiicinotur tho Immediate relief ind par- 

r«!itcJthccnurUof«rdi[W-,o <iu'clc tri.l o^lbWl 
proper rcmojy. 

II. t'- ll.n-dl ■■! [[.■■■ ,:.',•,; ',|r,.i.:i, ,:!,■.] |,,. ,|,,. |i,. rii „ lv 
: : .' . : ■ ■■ ". ■ ■■ ' 1", .iL-!.;-.i 

lo.. Propriotors, 18 Trotaonl 



Bank, New Yotk, 

.1 Cities of tho Union and 



si Ait K BRDi(AGIU P * CO. . 



AGRICULTURAL STORE, 
J. D. AETHUR &"SQN. 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 

Washington Street, near Davie, 



A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OP 

AGRICULtTUItAL GOODS, 
LOWEST MARKET RATES. 

Reapers & Combined Machines, 

07 ALL THE VARIOUS STYLES : 
il*"/™fectswotJ ™ l "l* er . eating &obi 
mil's, Monnv'i, Belolt's, Atlsliu', sad all Ina 

X'llTt'O T?Jtl_I'^SJVlOX*s3, 

Hall's Thrashers, etc., etc, 

:, , ,, full .j|.|lv .■! A l: r.,.- ^Ir,jrnl Impleiuonbi In New tors, and 

In Constant Receipt of Fresh Goods, 

WILL SRLL ON AS 'FAVORABLE TERMS, 

|^*Parmei» tml .1- -.1. r' ^.iil hi. 1 Ii I., i!,.lr Interest to est 
utT wo tho subseril-r". ^t tl.'ilr A-rlcu]iuml W^reroonu, 
JOHN D. ARTIIUU & SON, 
ITos. 3, 4 aad fi Wuhingtas stroet, 



;,Zh.:. 



ST. CEORCE 

HOTEL! 

Corner of Fourth and J Streets, 
SACRAMENTO. 

MTHIfl HOTEL, 11 A VINO BEEN THOROUGHLY 
KENOVATED, 
RE-FITTED AND RE-FURNISHED, 
IS NOW OPEN 
FOR TlfB RECEPTION OF TIIB PUBLIC. 



he Gcsslne Pry !• n i„ ir 

SANDWICH ISLANDS, 

JACOB SCHEIEBER, 

Hoit door lo Inlomatloisal Hotol. 
DRY PULU i ■ Iho noalthlart, Boftut, Chcapesl, 
ost Doralilo material for Bodduig now In oss. 
Floass-UlnotllTolnPuLD BaDDtiin. IS3ot 



CALIFORNIA TUBS, 

OalU'ornia X>£l1Jjs 1 
CALIFORNIA WINES, 

Oaliforala AIob! 

COLLINS WAIJHAMS, 



112 Battery street, 

BA.2VT FBANOISOO, 



,ii CALIFORNIA PAILS 



WOOL, HIDES, and SKINS, 

PuroliQsocL 

AT TDK HIGIJEST UABUST RATHS, 



LONING & FUERSTEIN, 

HO FRONT 8THBBT. 



70 



THE OALIFOBlSriA FAEMEB. 



facts' jDrpvlinnit. 



Lnuicj' Mom 
Injpirc? tbp ' 



11 t ,-■]-.. rj ■■ ■ i-oini! 
Ml,., |1,e IF./r- 





1 Ieav0.b.!thaHo« 


d homcsl, 




cglocled to IW 






<.» .laldy ""« h 






lira- lowd lo 10 






rrtftoIonreHonnt YemDD 




Angels oiled III 




t=t:n]] [lie 


and or Desolation 




si»u [ 




nudgwv 




: our love tlinll c 




»-*"" 


. deep, undying 


ID. 



world. After nrriv 


ng at lbs mansion 


WllCM 


secret society v/ero 


vunl In inei'l, inynunl iv 


milted by a skcleto 


key, one of whie 




ber nu fortunate 


nougti lo posses 


17c 


liilc and Jut lo L'Dl 




1 fteqn 


slapped on ■ 1 1 ■■ roni 


lo kill horse-flies 


on Old 


back (as bis spinal 


strcmity proved 




toOEhurttoswitctit 


o bloody monster 


oil), a 



gnidaftto from Gooseberry College, nnd i hardly 

alago. ~T!fen geese cackle do they? Well, I hud 
never learned that before; what wonderful truths 
ore dawning upon my misty mind every day. I 
hurt always supposed ilit tarUinj,' pan fell to Mrs. 
Dorking, a l«irn-yoriI fowl, and tlial tho "gooses" 
quack a prelude In tbe neighboring panfl. As for 
your pant, why lent about Ibu hush and walk 
clear around Robin Hood's born,nud get so tangled 
up in your subject thnt no morlnl con toll what 
you are driving at. i have mod it carefully, nnd 
for the life of mc I cun'l possibly nee tho cream of 
tbe joke through tbe concitinntion of unfortunate 
o rhyme lg so jumbled up that 



POLAR OIL. 

30 r 0O0 GALLONS 
REFINED POLAR OIL, 

In Barrels and Cues, 

FOB SALE AT LOWER PRICES 

Than ever before offered In California. 
Purohosora of Oils would do well to visit o 

til pinnmlco to fell ALb u ID flnaUly an 

i.irKii'"'." ""'" 




n too Ugh! orbome— tbe great 



w cnlra ana U«i i 
n «fb bo bad jem 
^ooryonnj Repali 



I" lli« M in, of | lrr 

Fort^fc^™^^ 

Pre.nl o ri ch Ml| f 

On her »hor« i„" 
*'»m about ber br.in 
Jtwo lihvliinz; at b 
ill her lido , 



P.S. Bowdelighir.il a plu« for spirit,. m „. 

oion Is, the Lndiej' Depart m.«nt of Uw Fi,,-,,,, 
It seen,* to me like a ennettmry of ,vc, hi,,, ,„„i 
may (Jed „r, : ,p, „„, „||' lTi „„, „,,.„, Ba fl(nvcn[ 
nlle.l lr,.m the gardens oflbo mind, and Me;, ihe. 
ynbor worship" of those who givu tbeui to Ihc 


light „p ., 

Singli-liuc i: 

wilb o who 
person for a 
day, snt do 


•^C^fM***.,* 


cries of "ic 
lions of ani 






::: l.loe I 



Bor 



From Maine's 1. 
nttunrd where I 
UnUusberboM! 

so ofonrfnir Itcpnbllc, 
splendor of your fame, 



WliD*„ 






o Eagle 



fl.-.ll M„u i Vcni.,,1 i.'ill , " 
Whom he rett, In deep™ 

**« whet. leu Bwllurior ; 
From the < lorlfcxl mr u „ 



. "Alice" to tho "Mountain Blrcl.' 
-tridge, wjiojo deep rolling drum, 



"> to look up thaUclllnle "gooiie t 
iintoui Bird" has wedged a wo; 
on oo that class of scribblers I' 
the worn-out subject ol "old 
i "liounlsin Bird," of Bird's fits 



liir,l;..l,l K . 
I he was B 



"ntaln Bird," of Bird's » c « Hill, ,, 



FKXJIT TEEES 

OENAHENTAL TBEES, 

SHRUBS, PLANTS, ETC. 

18*000 ROSES, 

a-KEB3NTIiOTJ£3E PLANTS, 

Grape-vlncH, 



PALM OR DATE TREES 
PorfceU, hardy In California. 



FOR SALB IN LOTS 1 
Trade inpplled at , 



SHIT PUItQUAPERS, 
Liberal uj.. lomi1 . 



SPmit and Ornamental Trees,9* 

SHRUBS, BOSES, .ETC., 





of njanaeemeoiln o Regent nr,a Vice Rojcnti, 
















In lull. tboprofneiorlMo retain ponftilon 




nentT™m«iJe, MuflliecniHIjlDijlMdjij^j, 


edu,, Ib.t Hio In.u.tacM „, W7i0rj p „ M ^^ 


U. s toe ™tra«, "Licb ullilwi i» rBM11 „ M be 




'ttl^i$£Sffi££fi£~* 


■ led ImlUmew, „ u, c t*,^ ^ tMt , ^ 


of •! once obtilolsg ponoiljo or Mount 


smc, the Women of tbe Union, daenhi- for 

u-l.„. Wd.nvL.ic ar. b.l„. I. f .,,::l„ ,l„ tt 








iilrtodnn, ond lay la tent! lie ■■' ml 


Jbllc nordj. T^oy kuoiv, tlut .landing oo 


i. ILi | iljrlBi! cnilien-J | n „„ Ujc -1Jo M _ 




and dproUoa lo .lio Colon be m, loved. 










Djune ol IvIaM '"*' e! ""' I ' C '' i ' "° wnl,io 



unJ lo , 



AHOltDBRSwilJbop^p^,,,^ 

'foil* peeked up lo bnndlei 

they hire 

ol Alilso. 



noeordlnit 

delivered free on board th. 



Now, pretty "Ma am. 
Ihologiu, would you t 
you belong ta 7 Ate j 



iod, that 
Of a 



rill |. 



bird lay while, 

where do joe build yonr nor 
the year do yon hnleb your yo 
stuck like sbin-p In.-, tens lolb'e. 
huiiliu mil hedns-ffmn.l r.. 



oustle made of cboff 
you carry on Blrtalb 



eipnosion-sklrts? 



""'.i'l).' l-rril.ly ,„ hii: „„ 
. ..< ...... ...'" 



gra MV COLLECTIOH OP 

Groses 

IS THE LARGEST IN THE STATE; 

1MB RECEIVED THE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
At Uh MATE yAm, b m M aui j 0M 

*rm CATAUOOI, tl.l.«U,.»lt.,..|,„„„„ 
,,".'.?'"""""' """"""""""""■■ "'" »' 

TaesS'ZuZ!''' """ "" b " '"■''""»-> 

.B CL^, " 0N8 ' R DELABIQNE, 

MONS'R JACQUIEB 

' - - - - S0K0H4. 

BAK KM*,,™ ^- PEEY.O 




w» Eie^ii A "j V h 9, iV'w CO!,slr 'n'EE" 

Wolkup.d,,;!'"" " " 




THE CALIFORNIA FARMER. 



Jtaitstic Stprlnifiit. 



\ K^nlucklnu, ia Hall 



HOLCOMBE EEOTHEES, 

t s 



H 2 

« s 

W 




O o. 



BOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS. 

OooiUnU el Ifcta wtabliihiacnt aro jui>orior lo anreHered in (hi) eounlry, na rcfinrOi their bosulr.jhnpo, 

■|-.:in ,„-,,,. .... -l-.Jrzil T. Tb„ Mf.,St c;.ir](.ri'«. il.-nl,', L'.lj-'. M"i -...■■, V..,jlli--. Jl .>■ .-. nn,l '.bibircn-.' a,-, .r. 

iir.riii.- I . :|- V.,-,-1, ,U. ■[,,,,.,-,.:. -I|.,,-,,,r.- KI'.]:.>.Vt[ BOOTS , ■■■■■■■■ 
ork, PhlloJol^hii, and I;.-i,.n Cu.r.-,m- [D: ,.b norfc, nl their Wi 



GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE 

DR. F. G. JOHNSON'S 




71 

M USI C, INSTRUMENTS, ETC. 
PIANOS, MELODEONS, 

Alexandre Organs, and Music! 

Prices Oroatif Reduced I 
H b*»» jr^ WATERS, 



i'lLi.^'.u [;i.M.if.- ; :i.m|"-'i[iii;^ i.-'i'i'ii. i!Mii,'i...in|' 

■■■■■■>--• 'loir WimLr.Ai.r ,,;:|. I1 E i,,l Stqm», 

uer or Wulitngfon mil Kmrn/ iltt.ll, 
HOLCOMBB BUOTHBPIS. 



FOBBHAM, JElSnsmsrG-S &> CO., 

*=- acn. -» «Z3 aea wt «■» 9 
Stoaiaitooat Blooli, - Comer Front and Jackson streets, 

IMPORTERS. JOBBERS, AXD RBTA1EER8, 

And Dealers Id 

FLOUR, PROVISIONS, FINE WINES, TEAS, 

WOODEN-WAR B, «tO., 

Families', motel, Slilp, Farmers' and Ranchers' Stores, 

Put up to Ordtr, and at tie Lowest Rata. 
W aDodJdoHToriid u aim.!. (9-101 FORDITAM, JENNING5 & CO. 




it on, mnv bi 
«nj. [The abort nlu ■ 
Taj baL) 



JOSEPH GENELLA! 

..AT THE.. 

jan PIONEER CROCKERY STORE, 
"» 1B0 and 182 Montgomery street, 
NearJoebson street 3AN FRANCISCO. 

HATING JUST RECEIVED A 

NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF 
GOO D'S , 

Invites bb) Old Friends nod Customers to call nod 

The Goods lave been Bought at low Prices. 



Looking Glasses t 

Looking Classes : 

A luge, lot or QUiled nod Ornamental 

Pier, Mantle, ant! Oval, looking Glasses, 



JONAS G. CLARK & CO.. 

importers /' mm 

MANUFACTURERS S*& 

FURNITTJEE, 

Washington street, 




PATENT SELF-REGUIATING 

"WINDMILL. 

MANUPACTDEED BY 

D. VAN PELT. 

■pDIS MILL 13 NOW WITHIN HIE REACT! OP 

-•■ AM,: and beim; ...r.,!,,,:,.! ,,l| .,[ I,,,,,, i, r-.il?, 

■l"iln iIm: ni .:■! ] rl"..-:l u.l ■!:,• .I.lu. ... -.tclf a. tlio iiiti'l 
■.:: .!i-,n,iril Wii|.|„,ill i„ ||]0 mtrl.l. 
Til- i iii-L t- I ■■>■■. I h ■ vin_ : |.ureb3!!i.i the B) 



DEPOT OF MANUFACTURE, 
Mos. 90 and 02 Busli Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Wbnb nnj- sirMlor moor ij required, Iboprloc, irf[lb_ 

ir. ■:,!:, .,.[!,.■ ,..„.(,, ,., „,.„,., ,j TIlji.-to.-u ■_-,■! MM.' "I" 
):>■-: ; li ' : ; | 1 '- ' ■- -'■' '"<■ ■ -.!■ ■■"'■' "-n- : .,,..| ., r .,,ii,.| 
I miaacoibltf" .i , i/.i:, ',!„' !:'„"■,'„!,. ", vir!,'„. °M.t :. r "s- 

P ; ' T "?" 'nO.ii ,- ,,. in- lli:...;LM|>l-.«.;r(ih,j 

Umlui.ll). h..„l,l „..„ [„! ,.,,., „„!„„ UM , M i U: , 
■■j.-l. .-.v:.,,,!,, ,rr,. rl will ,,rL|-y (!,.■„, „ t i,, n ,]„ ,,■,■],,,, ,.„,| 

i.|liL-b.iro .i,]- ; r,.|.:..] „|-,n (.. ^r.L-lnirmbll !|S d of Ibo 
v f. *| '' '■ ' l ' 1 '", '"'" ''■""'" ' U r -'"- 

ljupjn tboeilifl Til.- ., .Mill"', ..',',, i.,. ,',"■' ll'r .:,':■.■' ,!!,.-' 




"«' 



J PAINTS, OILS, WINDO WGLASS, 

C&O., cfcC, Cfi30. 

OLIVER & BUCKLEY, 

]R[ A y.l ?.°,)L L J. 1 .!i !1 "' AND W STO'fK, AND FOR 



.■'■/'l, 1 '" 7 r ■; . v " " r-i--!i.i!iy,A-.. J I.. >,„:-:,. 

PI,. .Ir,,vl,. II, ,..„ „ u ... ,,. :.,.,..,„.:,,,-. 

■" '■'■:■'- ■ 1^1111,1™,=,:,,!.,,, ,;„, ,,|„ r ., ■ 



lucii."— {ilolmrt Coopor, 



Fi-.iiii.vii:.'.|,.,. ,-ii 
ELLOW OITIXi:. ■■;.-: I i, ,.■ ||... luiD.inerniiiiiori. 
the «v« cioi-i-,,:- ivnav-;;r:i; „:.■ lir ,. ri , ...m, 

ren In Ihrtc Cri-. „c! il 1Ti: , i|, : „ | :1 , „„.[ ,.,i,..„| ,., n , c 
amnoi: ion itltb my fiinilr.lurii, ■■!■,■■ [, r.„ ■ r ,;,, , .[.it.l 

ibraueh al° rnVVH-.V': f"i»,'" V'n!i',r"l.o !, ^ C o yeo 



l.bi.ll,?,,,! TjpgMtmn(e 



FINEST FURNITTJRB, 
JKjnonTd lnrilo Ibe nltent[i>B of Ibo pnblio lo 

OUR PRESENT STOOK, 
The Largest ersr offered on the Pacific Coait 



"WM. H. MOORE, 
San Francisco Brass and Bell Foundery, 

NO. B9 HALLECK STEEET 




Gauge Cocfes, Cylinder Cocks, Oil Globes, 
Steam Whistles, HydraulioPipeB and Nozzles 

FOB MIKmO PURPOSES. 
COUPLING JOINTS or all ilici. t10^3j 

COAL YARD. 

C. H. EASTMAN, 



0-a 



po:J, 



Wnolexale and Rcla „ Coal DcilI<!r( 

Corner or Batlory aQ a Oregon BUwU, 

OtomIW lb, CmloB-noow. 

LnckiHiM.n,Breirciui!(|.Si 01n , 1 r. am L.,.„ n . c hm ., v „, 

~ lb, Ubk, Mr^pMl ,0, 0ll , bJ^Ij J h T J" ' 

denrlMlou r 

B»- CONSTANTLV ON Hand, _» 
AI»_BcjI No. 1 SCOTCH PIO IRON. mea. ■ 



IfcJalni lo be Hit 

nmsglat In 11,1. city. 

.■:t,..]ii[|,0c.;,in,-li„,v,-ni |,|, s i-.jb.orrolbiillhoro 

17C.-H.il. T.H1II lilltt.-l:, , I l, 1 -,,lh.,L...|,..7l,.|,|.; 1 - 

L:, ■.,„„■ I, ,-..,!(..] i.iy l..j-i!,- ■■ ii, II,,, .Ail, lr ,li, ;-,„..■, .„.] 
been oDgigtd 10 :.iJ l u ,i,.,'-. f.. t lI,.j l.;,;Li, r ),ioer, k„ i3 . 

Bfllovbc ttM lif., i> s ,7^-l |m Vll, rvml tbsl tbo- pMnb 

S£r l reri:.,r n ii'xr fi M^ l fr K ' ,i,lio " ,!Lloil 

Ilnlr fl,. frl. , I ,...11-, ( tin reed 
° TlitTmal'lB 1 ''" 11 ' "' ". I ^* iliajll °i an d Ol 

BRST^^^lSF^fit 1 ^^ 

»»» «a btrahob in .he e™ = »«., ^.'j t Ll ,".: .i"-,!; ;,; 

d™^ wSitaS to hSb ih.s, d ^^nfS°E' 



3,000 k^-. While Lend. 



;;,■;;,;'' 



-.■„■ I.i,. i- .|Oil((.. il.,l n„J „,,,,, 

''■ jl' "■■'■ " lllNli,,.. 



in lots to siilt, 
At 86 and ss Waslilnston street, 

And ST and. £9 Oregon 



roformedldoer-bin" 



nill lumitb thou, in liyN c ont elm 

ICIMT-; AT r-ns rilbeiamD bolni: 

or three fiood oi litem. 



es for Ibo rollonbe 



Warerooms, 333 Broadway, N. Y, [2 



The Anniversary and Sunday- School 
Music Book. 

C"':-i'TO;0 .., VJTun,- „„j Ilymm, jo,t liobH.hwJ by 
, I' I .VA'r'i ii-, .1 ■•. .'.,, , I,. ',!, ... .;. 

';.■ '■■.■■;■■!' ' " K ':;;r'- ! '■; '".''' '■ ■ |i '■' , i' : '■' >^ 







ill.ll'lM.il'/^ l '"r',i.|'|,;i'''';'ri"' 



r'Ti'lfT""' 



|J. L. P0L11EMU3 



MAIN A: WINOIIESTER, 

%| Hanicss, Saddles, Bridies, fi£ 

SADDLE WARE, JVC. 



L. HASKELL, 






LOOMIS, HALL i. 00., 
OOMMISBIOB URBCHAKTB, 



'■ u " 1 ° j ;i.\ v ?:!: 1 .r5-: 



O D TT O E. 






Pianofortes, fflelodeons, 

easns. millar a; couiitaz, 



Agency for the Sale of their Instruments, 
siooke'S pacjfk: i-uitNi nrjir; wAi-ErmfSE, 



t3T No one will so enay dtuiUiord wlih ibo Initrunie 
CALL AND SEE TITE1I. 1 



72 



^iiiT^oXL iioENUJ^M^ 



From the Atlantic B 
Bolton FiBHiitt; The 6Vlaj of tin 

" rally .hen I .honld ho" otbtrra- a..,..- Boob 
num. of iniporlanco htt bten crowded into the l«-o 
necks jnst past. Voluiniuou* nod highly 
portant dots limn 

Has bwn spread before the public. The war 
spirit has subsided in romi ports, nbileUl blliw 
localities it rages with intCDMr fun-- From till 
southern point of Italy to John O'Snrtt'f Housi 
io the froien Worth.; from Oporto to Siberla'i 
cutera Tcrge, tbo hearts of tbe rnlers urn fillet 
with sad forbodiugs of tbo ftiture ; while those of 
tbe down-trodden masses tbtob wildly with thi 
hope, laDg pent up in their awn souls, thnt they 
Trill yet bo free. They see the storm gathering up 
ilj dark oianllo; porlenlouB cloud* skirt nil their 
horiion, and all feel that tbo impending tornado 
will soon burst upon then], prostrating tbronea, 
Bad shaking the nations from (be circumference to 
the center. Diplornaliits arc (Hiring lo stave off 
the shock that all see must come. Thoy mny 
pnllinto tbe evil, bnt cannot turn uwuy its terrible 
fnry. Italy will be the battle-field for the first 
onset, bnt the iron hnil will probably sweep over 
the plains of Bohemia, involving all tbo German 
Stales in its terrible carnage. It is lo be hoped 
that better counsels may prevail, and that war, if 
it must come, will be divested of many of its 
horrors. Many here ore even now beginning lo 
shape their bn^ine;.-' .imingrnuutt with reference 
to a general Continental war, some oven fearing 
that it will involve our own land in its flcrrtraln. 
But it is difficult to see how this could well l.e Hiu 
case, without our country should 
in difficulty with France nnd Bnghnd, 



Tub Overland Moil stage which nrrived on the 
IBlb tilt-, brought tbe very largo number of four- 
[ccn hundred nnd sixty letters. If our cUnctU 
had been more careful of their own interest" uf 
sent tlitir cam'snixidtuce n.i Ihe Overland Hoiltc, 
Eia oDDOiicnt* wonld not hayo the benefit of Ibc 
I It at tbe East, Hint tbe 



i'ii;titT uritiui 



f dolls 



li Itller. 



..... say,; "If thorn l 
ioou which Califirni.m* [liirlinilurlj |'ri.--. lb- 
■oonisour Overland Itoiilc, which plnces an 
neb constant anil regulnr intercourse with tb 
thcr States of the Union." Lei uslhcn palromz 



Ilvvcius.is' Maojiisi! fur April Is finely illus- 
trated with many truthful representations of the 
"Pi-Cur Indians" in nur Stale, BMorapujiiei] n-uli 
an interesting article giving n correct idea of their 
habits, euafoms and the number of them now 
scattered over Cnliroroln. The Magazine also 
has its usual amount of fun, fact, and fancy. 



Wholesale) Produce Report. 

fcaau, foot of WmMdjiub ic-oH. Sln rnnra™* 






' <- r " '.[,,' """ i'i.,i.. ~- !-'■■■■ 



B. F- EOUNTREE, 

113 CLAY STREET. 

BUTTER! BUTTER!! BUTTER!!! 

I HAVE IN STOIIE, AND FOR SALE, AT OltBAT- 
lr reduced prices: 



«W Mti,Tw, Cnodlos, Soaji, Dried A|iploj,clo., 






r^li.,, „ 



hardly be done. Any bow, 1- 

best; time, llie great healer and destroyer 

destinies of all the nntions nnd the people. 

Has ndjonrncd. It has done some thing; that it 
Ought not, and left most of the work i! ought 
hnvo performed undone. It is seldom that 

Willi so little realty dono for the benefit of the 
country. It wonld he a fine thing if there Could 
be an ei Ira session, every four years say, of three 
nr four months, for the sole object of Prttid-nt 
aaUfip, Let notbing else be done bill that Suicru- 
lail work. A doien or so first-rale President! 
(that „rc lo be, if they con. get totes enough U 
elect them) should be made to order, and then g< 
home and prepare themselves to work in enruesi 
for the good of the whole country at ihu regnlni 
session. The Demncralic parly is sjjlii Into many 
miserable (actions, nil right and nil wrong. Tbe 
Republicans and Americans arc growing either 
stronger or weaker— don'l know airily irAfcfl. All 

thirty millions for lirJctrbig parpuses, Including 
Cuba, Kansas, Douglas k Co. The Pacific Rail- 
road bill went by tbe board; the I'oit-Office bill 
ditto; and many other very important measures 
£iu. The President *.*«(/„ in keep his courage 
■p, tike o boy going by a graveyard in tbe night. 
If ho wants "ft-" lor tbe p.) h i-0llio wheel, „r tin- 
Cut.a "iruck," he may have to call on eitn a liion 
It is really too bad th.t they did not give [he old 
gentleman tbe Iriflc he usked, for pocket money 

the great Pcdlk rci.l nilh 11 ; hut no one torn 



Is in lb 



BOf. 



in the aacendanl. Many me gc-ing there, and 
great efforts ore made by all parties boring real or 
prospecllve interest litre, or in Ihe routes lending 

Spring. Some hove nlreodv gone from IMs citf 
and others are getting .cay for an early surt. 
beg yon Colifornlans not to let thi, ynunger and 
poorer Stoles got the better of you in ibi; matter 
as ihey nejnredly will if you do not bestir your- 
selves without much further delay. Do yon pro- 
pose to dn any I bine in ih- |.r-mi«(a? a™ v™ 
willbg ,o let ynnr own Interests suffer withontnny 

00°"^".™^ ' i!' -h ^'".v ,,; ' i' 1 '' ^ eU,le ™- 
verygreot from this * 



) -(Ting will I 



lately: " 


a .nit 


cic 


nlly 


oried t 


suit nil 


parties 




























others h 
nnytbin 


openn 


1 


eber 




nc of the 


n know 


provisio 


s pie 


It 


nnd 




-rl f 


th 'd'' 


mnndfo 


l..hi. 




rym 


dernto, 


rire*, Irivv 


m.rket 


nn.l Imj 




nd 


ilgcd 


ng trade 
ibnt oil 


i opting 


.riskly, 
BTB full 



H«. occupied a largo share of pnblic alWEilion f or 
thopastweck. Yon will find a full ,,,,,1 ,1. i„\ 1 



rightT Our public 


n,,,,,. 




Urt 












look 
nllm 


o it and applj 
y bo losL 


the pic 




,or 


Th 
prevc 


New York B 
ee. Many t 
ted the issu 


llelin h 
ig of th 


* not yel made i ls 
Erst asunber, w 


np- 
















kind. 




tho 




amber will b 


sent oo 


by tbe next slen 




on can judge for voursclves of Ihe r> 






tbe pc 


Pie of your Stat 


,or 



'"■') "'■■■■: "|.r„, ,(„. ,„„,,!„ „, vnur s 
wli'lheni 1-11 I...,].-,-,,,,.,! „„,v„ r ||| vi ,„ lr ,' lr ' ' 



Ida city, by Mr. llr run , ■ ' W ta «u.Ui.hnl In 



oally fuund In a Orceery SI*™. 






SAMUEL PILLSBUBY, 

DBALBit IS 

BUTTER, CHEESE, ECCS, 

Hams., Bacon, Laid, 

APPLES, CBANBEKEIES, 
And all Dlhcr Uods of FRUIT3 la their •won. 

No, 48 Washington Market, 

B®- TO DAIItYMEN AND PRLUT OROlTERa 
Consign men U respoc Iftilly rellciled. 

•\- ■ i-., Filer, rsbadj i to., I Mr. II. G. uleKleD, 
" KcecWoyiCo., j Mr. T. OjBflhuw. 

CP" t/iHeLi, B. T.ier:inl. ;::! F..n. ;'!■-. i-jpptlod ■ttowort 



Ban Francisco Untie M.irliit. 



:-.lnr. 11,: ;• rr. , J.l q.-Jliy, 8« s 3,1 cu™luj,6cP ft. 
Mm.^-1-k.!-, ir-.-f in. I....M-13 10 15c 1> 10. 
l'..cv— L'L'l,v,,-l. 10c: ilitvn), ln!jc V B. 



Entail Prices st Washington Harket-ApHl 1. 

Tu.r -.1 I 



ALAMEDA COUNTY MILK 



XJH.Dt3 MIXa!K. 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 

niTCU. BK5tiu*ust1 etd F*aiLic~ rappllM, 1 v l.-.-iln 

tbi.-Jr „r,|,.j- rr ih-, D,-j.-.r.,:r iJl'i-.,- 11, -7jn li. iIlm 1'j.Iv,-.- 

Fresh Eanch Batter and Eggs 



MANSFIELD & WOOD, 
Cloth and Clothloc; Warehouse, 

WYJIAN A CO.'S SUPERFINB CLOTJIIKQ. 

Gentlemen's Fine FuriifcliiJig Gwhjs, 



Ladles 1 Dress Trltuniliic/i'i, 

HOSIEEY, TTNT)BP.-t,I]SrElsr, 
HOOP SKIRTS, 
7 arlitlo for Lodlos' and Children's we. 
It US. D. SOKCllo.v 



144 Sum 



a Monl, 



PaclHc Fringe Blanuructary ! I 1 

Dii !■■-■;= TRIUMISOB COEDS 

""WLES, TASSELS, to 

ConstanllT on hindeei made l oon i or , 
. D, KOKCROSS. 



WILLIAM TnUKNAURH, 
IraBorter of Trench and Gorman 

FANCY BASKETS, 

English and American Willoaware 

Vno and Wilier. Chalm, Lading Werk-siand 

TOYS, ETO, 



WOOL WANTED. 



IDE BUIlSCRIBEIt 

WILL PAY CASH FOR 



THE Bj^STTXNq SEASON, 
w'?^ 1IAVIN ° 1rO0L T0 8EL L WILL FIND 

J Street, between Front and Seoona, 

"r. at City Market; 

o •,„ Saor amento. 

" _J». 8TAHHVOQP. 



E 3 sri«. - 

liaiiooeKpi '.'.'.'- -a« 
Dotk^pmir. war; 



Apfl™. V 3 J093ICI 



FARM STOCK, &c. 



French Merino Slieop 

DUEHAM CATTLE. 
JOHN D. PATTERSON, 



Trench Merino Sheep and SCj. 

Thoronsh brod Durham Cnttlo, 



J0I1H P. PATTKHl 



Large Flock of Sheep For Sale. 






. S3) f* pair. ' *" 



THE CALIFOEJfIA TAltMEB. 
PROSPECTUS FOR VOLDJIE ELF.TE^ 
Tun Cauipobbia Pahmbr has eon entered upon li 
Neir Volume, nambotioe the Eloronth, a.„l Ihe bigba 
altaieod hv aDr weekly joarnil on ihu PaelBo OoatL, an 



''■ '■ ;.' "■'■' '■" '■-' I '" lli" 1 ni,!i i,:i;,: ,.f a journal Ihr 




ML'GLAUFLIN & DAKIN, 
Purchasing and Forwarding 

COHUHISSION AGENTS 

Parchating/and Fnrvrardinij Goods and Mtrcbindiic 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 
To all Parli™ rosluiDe in Ihe Iii[rri u r of California. 



Pacific Mall .Steamship Company's Line 
to i».<a.:Kr J a.M:-<a., 

VIA PA.Ivr-ft.avE-a. EAILEOAD 



For New York jmd New Orleans, 

THE ONLY SAFE AND RELIABLE ROUTE. 
THE MAGNIF1CKNT STEAMSHIP 

^m. GOLDEN AGE, tfiMc. 




California Steam HnvigatiGn Company. 

^^ " ■ ' MARCH In, MSI. it\ A V 

Drporlire Jxilffren Jotim» ttrta aiarf, al i tftiirk, I'.M. 

OARRS'LVG US1TED STATES SIAIL. 



I. ijitAGDON, CaptTI 



Conaccllng iriib ibo U B hi draft it 

Marysville, 

Colnsa, 



.■jvi\lii-;i-:, 

I IDKI, Mill ■■.'. 



. NERIULL, 
nn^laiiroos. 



OAIsIFOm TXTT S\ 

General intelligence and Emigration OHice, 

323 Grtsnwlob. streot, comer of Duanij. 
rpUE StrBSCltlBEII li 



',''i "''■' i^:i'r:!ir^'M l 'i-'n,/Nl'i'''- 1 ;; ,'i'- : i,- I -''''-' > -r "" : - 
'■<" '■■,■■■■! -.I-.., ,| t-.-.-„ i,., ii, ,.,;.; <: :! ; '„..|, ;;;: r , ^^;.7"'" ,a 
„„„'.'■.. i 1 '7, ,".' i' 1 "' '" "'-" '■■"■■'•'"■: iv^i-hJown „ D u e . 






iOHilufirleo L 'f™l'"iD'ff 1 
n _ , BOU -'' 7, TO "B 

l?bllu. r la"r!'l. "„':', rt ",'!,,' 



"/ta'ii™* IIta, *" ,t *' '•"• h " t"n™VeVib«"nraia 
'e h«o made nminioniBnui la ™.t. n. i 
"°" li«/Jb "" "'"*" ' h " "° h ™l" 'eooivi 1 iJd 

■ l """- WARBE» l f £o." f 



Puroha.ea at the Highm Market Bate. 



Table ana i> OC kct Cutler v 

Ka ^ THOMAS DA-ST, 
T-fASONJIAND el„„.„r"!' "" E """" ,UtD > 

^i l l'.'. : ..-"";; , i r : i ; , 1 ; ;, l ; ; r^"''^'!^^,.;:::-;; 1 :' 

■■ ■■■ 1 1-> .to,, .ie.n,, r ,7'r;- a ;™ n ; ! r ,i ". 1 — -. ■ 

"w- F", a ,^x'i 1 !!„r ,, ' M 4 Sun '' s n«s*w- ■ Al "' 



A. L. EDWARDS & CO., 

GEO cTri E S . 

At 81 Clay Btreet, Q hovo Front, 

A.^Dno'^lSientV ' " AVE JUST ? PBK * D 

Cbolcc FaniUy Groceries, 

"hlch ihe, offer auho lerroil mte,- 

t"I-'>l'H-S„,,ri.„l,.M,l,. > r.| on , r ,,i r 
DUCKWIlEAT.^^l^^J"^;^^',^ 

C0 ™?£Sr°' am ° at "•* °™ 6n J " tt ' "» 
Ti:AS-s„|.';'rl- lr ! "f„..h Oreen and Dl«k In fi 19 

nnd 30-lb boio, Ul!lck > ld 6 ' n - 

CAK "i!', I '.|^ m llstu ;=" 1 . Spun, Wr* and heal ,u«l 
Bttl! AH— CiudMj 1 "'°«dcre.l nnd D 

anT^.,f,, h ° na C " llf """in I'iciles.ln plnU 
^^^gr^and^ni' 11 iad AtQ0ri «nPln-I'ralti ll In 
Ol^Cbiaa Nut-Oll! In tin, on d !,„ 
M and Cnlirroia'"' 00 * """"''■ "*• M11 " 



s„,',i-i,i.,r, u iu m«.t 

*'"""fir:Mi:" J *-- , "»», s..«.,.»,, 

10.3b EDWARDS 4 CO., ' 

HENRY HEWITT & CO. 

AKE SOIV KAKUFACIUIIIIIO TO OKDEft " 

'or e™i Mitoca i 

! :r :.; ! J' ;i:;:: ' '''■■-- :::::::■.::::: '::::!;:; 

Jaa. i. r ""p.3™ 10 ll, ° '"J- re,, „, llul1 „; ,',;., ,,:,,""' " 

U, Hewitt .l cd 




J& : 



Gr eyh ounda 

■' l '"'M''l l' L :,: ;.':'' : 'I'L'-tlt-OOD qk; 



jHijja wauieo. 
'rili: nir.IIEST PRICE PAID m CASH (br Pa«,e 
"^liKrauv"f^i. 0ff ol U f ( ie h ^ 
Pn»'°b«?»rftb»k r -biXi.™^ 
9 ~" i3m TAYL OR A POST 

^o n i;h"e7a"bo" a °^|^-^e%h ol7d hSi.'I.Vn""*' 

OAWFOHMia FAH.MEK. 

Li at of Agents. 

^oVfuno£X f tF^^ g rlh, <>1U, * 

akhVr orme ^p™"^^ $Sr^Lyj$ iSr* 1 bT 





VOLUME XI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1859. 



NUMBER 10. 




iic ullDit-cd the _MidtL.nl I'rof...-i.)n lo gel the 
itl of it, when it might haw reasonably been 
pecki lo b.ive taken liic initiative. Tli- " '.' ' ■ 
which Oic Society has hitherto confine I il U 
so fur praiseworthy. It 1ms aimed nl nllracl- : 
2 loir.inls its itnim;! the public illtenlion !■> 
afcingR gnat Stale Fair; and has done so. It 
i; pi-mlmcd il spirit uf .'iiiabliini among tnimr,, 
id shown lo the world, that away on Hie Pacific 
1st, the product of the earth eicel in many in- 
rery oilier portion or the globes 
But when we coolly ask onrsclres, "To what is 

oes? of the foil, than of any particular skill mani- 
fested by its cultivators. 

When ¥t read or tho Medical Profession cstnb- 
«, every friend of Agricul- 
egrct that Ibc Agricultural Society ha.- 
now done the *umc thing. Let us not, 
Biurc il unjustly. Without tbc public 
nspicuonslydi 



»■„„■ [|,,r, 



ing might hnv 



■c, If St 



Tbefllln.'ion made by St. Paul t< 



those whom the greatest nil of the day 



lich reqnirca more proor than is generally offered 
establish it. But "Gitsnfs wire should not be 
ipccled." !f the .Sin iity draws support from the 
nousi portions of Iho State, il ought, undoubt- 


Even with tit 

holds its pow 
crcase of den 


just fame 
ike mac bin 
r and in flu 


rhich Is due to all other 
j, the SlcCormick still 
nee. From the vast in- 


ly, lo do something more than II docs, for those 
uolcd. Even its emissaries, whom il docs send. 


And while we 
gross, and wo 


ampolitioo,i 

Kid gladly 1 
f equal or s 


1 boldly advocate Pro- 
cruldlo'fRmcn Cttlifor- 
perior merit, wo would 






of complaint His 



i objection could be raised 
but be would form a bond of union, 

•'.rlidli- approve the suggestions o( 
>l«vuttd friend and i or respondent, in 
r.ui-e uf Lectures daring the tee-oo 



Insicnl llnll, paying from our own purse one 1 
red and fifty dollars per night and other cspei 
ad a Course of Lectures was bad. Ties ir«-< 
■ Iht public. The following gentlemen leclu 



l>r. llcnrv I iililmn-.., '-"Mil- A«i. in which Be live,'' 
'.■liv r.vl IMohcr l.i, id.'.a; Hl-V. Willi, in, flpe.ir, 
CIi,i,..-i: AcrkuKurt," CM.dii-r il>, tHM; Ur. It. 



gloriotl 



i yea 



Wo 






grateful now; and, altt 
quired an expenditure oi nearly .-iim 
fifty dollars from our private purse, wc 
fully devoted it, though nt that lime fee 
the smart of the calamitous tires of 
IVilh these remembrances, we ofenuri 
truly, second tin- oiiggciliiniB of "Agr 

Fine Blood Stock. 



o Oiieoos nod Utji 
ijo also, of Union 
f from Hie Thorn 



another. These nre Fi 
i, of New York, has « 



. | SlnxtW Hokbv.— The Oriii 
i Jars of honey on speculation, i 



e demand for Reaper: 
owe conclusively tbc 
ir noble Stale; and 



EuiToii F.miiEn: This is lo inform 
sud nfly more Fsnutm up this way, us I 
luded to become u nearer neighbor 
rial in case you should get into n frocm 



liydmul 



and lived frui 



,ts{!) 



Ihu„i.-1, ! 



illy, i i 

liorn;" nodi now lay dow 
happy farmer;/' If they wl 

.dvnncomcm of the farmin 
ays uf March, cud first days of Apri 






H lb.- I 



ire killed. Tli 
enough odvanc 



gentlctiicu look the trouble to keep up Ji 
their orchnrds, during a few of the coldest n ; 
and 'tis to he hoped Hint their efforts will n 
uiiro warded. 



Grip 


we gree 


TO 


i K' 


o us y 




hnnd mi 




welcome, 








11 


.e glad tc 


cc you 


No loss v 


itho 


1 some 




in— if tb 


aiiiiers 


ms yolt t h 


c la 


niers 


S™ )" 




nd we wil 




yonr ndc 




IS fl 


reeled. 


V 


e shall b 


jlad lo 


ffcr you 


jren 


nn 


cheese 


nn 


d fixings— 


Uwavs 


arc n luu 


bfo 


fril 


idsund 


il 


oioo too, to 


n-elcom 


them. A 




e" n 


u-ilotlriuL 


'neighbor 



he'll givcyou 



Letter torn Suisun Valley. 



to write lo you; but, nol being used 
:ss, I have postponed writing tti 
for something of importance. 

nf.Smut i-nriiij ■ I J ■ . uri'l V.Ji.i di.-nm-seil 



of I 



d poisons the 



itches in Ihti ground and 



ly thing, therefore, that will kill the eg 
will kill Smut; if the seed Is kept long enough t 
destroy the life of the egg, there will bo no Smu 

I hnve found potatoes to be very poisonous an 
injurious I" young apple trees. 

One word in regard lo T. O. Shaw's Deep Tiller: 
they nrc too narrow, not bluff enough to the fui 





por 


thin 
t oil- 
do hi 
ctyet 


Valley, In 


think they i 
ere n Utile us 


ill 


l.T, Lhl.UL. 

1 must an 
ir calculat 


ease cull again, 
r"rcckoiiings"i 
y little farm, tho 


ml in 


kc some n 
Id feel pro 
w In its sc 



Now Tor tbc seeds olTcrcd to new subs 
Send Hi tin nlong; and, when the old yon 
I will .ubscrtbc one". Hint is fair. 

And, if I ntn worthy (il appears I ur 



bey were intended a, a luiihful reproof for uegloct- 
iur duty lo notice. It was kindly meant. We ore 



nhont Ihiir i 
do not censi 
we ticlievc 
gladly have 



We Irn.t that the .V.e- 



efnrc the public. Ifjhis 



will, for their i 
he members of 
.nd lay the re 



governed by the Afrieulluritti tin 
by those who do not undcrstnn 
nor nrc qualified lo do their duty 



agoi 



er by the President, A. II. Myer 
, L. C. Goodrich was chosen i 



■ be required tu In- 
born! in tho sum of 
resident of the Ala- 
ly Agrii'iiltnnii Society, and his suc- 
illi.-i-. nil Inn In inly il:iy : . from this llutu ; 
)llice of Treasurer 
io the duty of the 
uncy. 

fulloiviug reso- 
.jpted : 
I and daily news- 




C. L. Gi 



Now Flouring Mill, Knight' j Landing, Tolo Co. 
A new mill bus been completed at Knight's Land- 
ing, in Tolo county, that will prove of essential 
service nt this period. The mill Is thirty-six by 
twenty-four foet, three stories high (twolve, ten, 
and eight feet respectively), and contains four run 
of stones— two for wheal, one Tor corn and barley, 
and one for middlings. Tho mill Is carried by a 
thirty-five horse power sleom-onginc, nail grinds 
hundred and twenty-five barrels per day of 
Ive hours. The mill uses French Uurrstoaea, 
bolting. cloths or Mini quality, tho best yet 
orlcd ; nlso Smith's Smut Mnebine. Tho grain 
oao elenned and fanned before it goes into, the 
l mill, which will clean silly bus hob tbuhour. 
his mill cues Into operation In June noil, end, 
,g siiiiaicil nt a good point, will Imlp the Farni- 
Ii will bo known asdAiioKte's Miti., KNiuur'a 
msu, Yolo Cnojirv. The proprietor will buy 
at nt full market price, or grind for the people, 
intends to make It emphatically the t'tcidii's 
Mill. 



74 



TEE CALIFOBNIA FARMER. 



■ur.'.L-- 11 



derived from esUMWiiim <*P llj 
'tno Slole, would bo Ibi 
thus Indirectly gift to slock l.u 
of husbandry or late sadly ncgl 
farmer is now tempted, by the ll 
lo sell bis bat calves nl an early ( 
And In f««t, their slnnghlcrcd cat 



hcef nnimn 


s, mite 


ton;, and w 


rking cattle, h 


eiperiencc 


o mo 


I unpreccdon 


ed increase. 


heifers nod 


could 


d parch nsers 


for calv 


year-0 




og pf Ic 










empt 1 


renr thcoii 


IlB-il 




prrlwi". Ill 


i be h 


5 not Ihe loUder to k 


cp the 














of bi» 
oaldi 


u« biu^etf t 






where ho s 


more c 


nterprii 


to meet tb 


s-wanr, 


l : [ K..i,llvl 1 y 


he cull 


f Btion 




It fit 


workable w. 






dens of carrots, r 


Ui-li.i[^i;- F m: 


ngel-WDT 


sola an 


sugar- beeL 


CAOll 


raised on sra 






manured lo 


nd,and 




skill a 


d labo 



inding purchaser 
r« sun thai no a purlieu 
uJ iro uld»l!endllie f.iir in 
irlioodj and mnkc largo purolinsea of this frui 
r shipping or lb' re-" 1 " at the lai 
) could take with him samples <.f 
irietiesi nnd Ihoe dispose of his eoti 
■livered al tile cars or in Iho cil) 
■reed Upon- Of this comparative!] 
time and money, Ills net proDl wu 



we arc reminded of an i 

io derived from these fur*, nnc 

o bo overlooked in forming a 

Sonic crops, such as tile appli 



keep a much larger number of animals ( 
slock nnd sheep) than they would olhei 
sibly bo enabled to do, and by this mo 

capacity of the soil for foturo crops, 
talked agre:*t ill- l! ilii'.hh ill-.- Iieiietils 'if 
culture; it forms one of the standing topi 
Unhow addresses ; bul it bns made but 
cress among us. If ne would once set a 



And Ihe prospects of a . 
slock (inch as would spri 
tag of market-days) wou 
desired result. 



ainly It 



o ilii 



Again, lliere is a growing demand, and nt high 
prices, for good milch con's, especially for those 
giving rich milk, well adapted for the table 
and Tor butler. Lei a regular market-day be c;- 
lablished in Ihcii ncigh[i(.rhonrt,nnd nn addiliona] 
inducement would he offered lo farmers lo raise 
their i 



prewiring lie 


feral 


es, by (be 












ready for sale 


and the compel! 


on or 






vould I,,,-, 


. like! 


ker sales and higher 


prices thai 


woul 


be had for Ih 


em. 


he great oucslla 




cows 


for dairy p 


rpoacs 



(ifindeca ifac 

fairiraytobesetlled. If tbcJerseyor 

breed be the best adapted la our past> 

climate, and the moil lo be depended 

daily, it would assuredly be found oi 

Fair, where dealer:- ami farmers Ibii-;. mi 

they would to rap. in.-, their eifi^ritnn-.- 

up a judgment accordingly. Or if a new breed of 

milch cows (pure natives, perchance) sh 

originated among us that should meel nil 

qoiremcnls, that would Ihen be the nnc lo 

Ihe most alienlion lo propagate it in ils 

Why) Because quick safe, large price 

certain market at onr very doors, would 



a that 






guarded against by in 



ling ih B number of bra 



lers by the cslablishing of regular nrarkets (i 
their sale? They eon readily be inken lo marl, 
b whom Glled for the purpose, o, ,bey could h 
driven in droves, if grown to be sbaats; and th 
"WfcU ,. safe to predict, would not for a, on 
Umc, if ever, exceed the demand. And here lo, 
as in the case w.ih tullch cow,, there would b 
greater inducements, by the establishing o 1 
markets, lo bestow more atlention to r u 




Drainage at Swamp Land-;. 

Tub subject of Swomp Land being now beforo 
the Lcgislnture of tills State, We moke the- follow- 
ing vnlnnble. extracts from Iho excellent Address 
of John Jay, Esq., delivered before the American 
Geographical nnd Statistical Society, New York, 
recently: 

In almost nil the Stales extensive trncls Of 
awnmp lands are found, not only unfit for cultiva- 
tion, hnt frequently indurive of Hint fisnrfill scourge 
of health and happiness, fever and nguc, thut year 
after year prostrates the energies, nnd shortens the 
lives or tens ofthousonds of onr countrymen. 

Large grants of these swamp lands have been 
gratuitously minlc by tin. 1 I-Viler,il Government to 
the States, in the liupi- "I iheir r- 1 [niiiulloii through 
measures lo be adopted l.y tin .Siale Governments. 
Since I84ti nearly ii\iv million- uf litres hnvo been 
thus granted.* 




ml* of Hint State 



e hundred dollars, a 



■ ilils of rallrOLidJ, equally u 



Let 






l-.l l|. ,; 


me now lo I 


em produc 


s olher 


labliluln 


how would ih 


)- be afTctied by Ibe 


as hay for 


xamplc, woo 




e . li ' 


to be nude 


vailablefoM 




undies, s 




STOwn In any coniidero 




Uicywoaldrarelyf, 


that tlio supply f , 
icen at all adequa 
And it 1, e^nnjij. 


I>as not far 
the wauls 
knov™. On 


« long time, 
f the State, 
the Indian c 
d, is Tar su 


iuimrted fr 








domcttle 


OMumpiion- 




r " ■ '"" 










from sbee 


necessity. 


inii '!' 


latter, u 










to traveling agents, or a 


conntrv ^ 




oat any co 






l.e l.[h,i|.-Jj| 


10 these fairs 






attract p Ur 


hasers for the larger ma 


!■!■ , 


would be made nl thei 


full volu 






oj exhibited 
are of nbout the 
Bollou-groy fowl 



', largo quantities of whlcl 



«« .ome yen„ ra!sc0 ' u "- «J^"™ 
Ihclr Imnjponallon to markt i I"" °, ^'l^ "'' 




11 Tltalalatu, 




JptltnVedo'lib,,,; 1 ' 1 .^,,/^; -IP ,l b 



THE CALIFOENIA FARMER. 



75 



listElIaiiji. 



THE FAJIU.T SBWBPAS7CR. 



Hoa- welcome the moment that places beside mo 
The Fani's NeKipaptr fresh from the press ! 

Though hlc«ed nilli all othcrMfcro this boon dented m. 
■Twere sorely a grlrtnnee that naught could redtra. 



f. (bat annoyed mo befun 



Wbco, ircarirt. ii.- "j 
I lear off Iho wrappor, II 



My the 


ghli, my bes 


rodtoCT bj 


V 


d aspirali 
embrace. 


KoltUO 






lo 


U nations, 


Morn 


rerdirargonl 


Q language 




»«■ 


Whaler 


or relslra to their shame or 


ft 


* glory, 


Their 




t,..;;,r.,1\,,i 




*f»* 


Willi ii 




uta derivo f 




ho -lory, 


Some 


t«iun benign 


which I fnin 


K 


aid impro 


When Charity's twor, 


an-aVei raj 


00 


nponion 



with polo Irani ot their doo] 
— nil from mere fashion — 
<lf ftom a thousand or more, 



I help ibem Ifposi 



And when (i» I road of some brutal Lied Wing, 

The Wood of whose wifo erieJ nluod lo Iho skies; 
From whom his own children in terror in Booing, 

Ilr.uk nl my ]'.Vi--t <.nir-£.nil U'jri' dim my i.Ui 
Why should not the joys and_iiie sorrows of others 

Engage the l-.-t tl.-u.-li^ mil d.;-ifCJ of lay Mull 
Both Reajon and Charily coll them my brelh.cn, 

Wherever (boy dwell, from tbo lino to the pole. 



The same more canopy doily bends o'er Ihcm, 

They enter the ».uou rugged path from Heir I 
The tamo mortal struggle is c-rcr before them, 



irtb. 



Give 


getwrroni 


bosoms more pleasure than pain. 


Thong 


such mrcta mj 


Tien, that lucks dork nnd 










Too 




wouhlm 


t rougher Dolorci thnn mine. 


Iwe.o 






soft twilight fulling, 


Wbi 


h herald. 


a day lb 


t shall never decline. 


Andw 


en. o'er 


neprintM 


j ■ -' - --■ r-j.illv pl^ncing, 








ju .-i ]n.d tivlr birth, 


Which 


show thai 


thoday, 


a desired, to advancing. 


leal 


themm 


gems an 


cejoioo fo then worth. 


Thene 


me. veto 


fmejuoff- 


ngor, come with thy treasure 


















And 


warmer e 


mpatsron 


for woo and oWs*. 




The 


Ruins 


□f California. 


"As 


DAD00," 


ids mo* 


graphical]; pictured the 



past, present, nnd future of California, in a brief 
but interesting sketch ; ire cap}' from the San An- 
dreas herald, hit Uiotlghts, as those from a rniud 
or true identity: 

Our recollections of California, eiccpt the "bare 
knowledge of il* i-'islnnce, with the ntajority, do 

many of UB not -.. far. mid ;■,.[ v.-l- iilr.M.Jv ln,'. t 
our ruins, if not I'nr the mitii[iurv or itndcut at 
least for the uiur.iii-t. Lout at" [he ul,l minim* 
town. Only tea yenrs ago the virgi 




-"^V^'ili^rnKSt 


ujjhtvr, r,f ,-„ 
the land of o 




Slalca, will 




war Italy w. 






dustry u f the wurld, Ibn laud 






and the, ho, 


Ttnj following cnrerorrtcoldu 


8b 




cnleu: 






^.A- Mi a, ,.,„, Il.i^l,,.; 


llo. 




whea't;^,; 1 ,::- 1 ,-;" 




w &nZz;y;:v^- 





SMITH'S 

POMOLOGIOAL GARDEN 

A.ITI3 NTJSSSET, 

SACHAMENTO, 

On Ilia American River, 24 mites from tbo Cily. 

OFFICE AKD DEPOT FOR TREES, 
44 J il«el, liflnt.n Second and Third ■trecU. 



k Tho Trees offered from the 

a nborc establishments this 



ud In tho NUMBER 



i3, of oaeh kind 



LARGEST COLLECTION IN THE STATE 
our eataloguB nnibraclnr. 

Over Muc 1 1 ii mil oil Varieties, 

as Mloirsi 
APi'ues, 245 varieties ; 
Pears, 276 Tarifilies ; 

PtUiiS, 100 varieties ; 

Cherries, 90 varieties ; 
Peaches, 75 varieties; 

Nectarines, 20 varieties ; 
Apricots, 12 varieties; 
Grapes, SO varieties. 

PEAR AND CHERBY TREES 

Are the Finest Ever Offered 

foraalstntbii State, of all files, be ior from fl feet to 1! 
id 14 foot hlsh. The creator portion beine; not 

[hoped, uro olejantly adapted to planting 

near residence aOdrdlng the double 

ADVANTAGE OP SHADE AND FRUIT. 

Of the nboro two una Frails wo offer 

86,000 TREES TOE SAEE, 

of different siici anil pricot, ani as low as cflod Trees 

Many pormnsbaio baa but poor sueeeia with Cherry Trool 

In this Slate, Wo state for their information that 
Oar Cherry Trees urc trroicn upon the hue im- 
ported Manard stock, and not upon eora- 

numTiatiee or Oregon stock of this Coast, 
tho former belni Ihe only stock nt lo croir them on. 

Wo have also a Tory Sue slnek of the followloc, vir : 

APPLE, PLDtt, PEACH, BECTAlilBE, 
Apricots, Grapes, Figs, Almonds. 

tesides a Miscellaneous colter.- SB 

lion of other and uuall froils. t& 

• regard has been paid to the growing of tho 

i GOOD SHAPE, nud purchasers of our 

years-old Tree, will God thatthoy have 



in the market Ihlsteoion, 
Wn alio offer a superior assortment of 

Shade and Ornamental Trees, 
Shrubs, Bosea, and 

Greenhouse Plants. 



Aim a Tory nna I 



Elms, which are of good si 
tishod In the soil, tboy ar 



hen well astab- 
rapld growth. 



LABunKosi, or Goldev Crux, 
Maple, in variety, 

Likdc h, European and American, 
Catawa, 

Geiika, and other Trees. 

We call particular attention to our collection of 
THE CAMELLIA, 

elegantly oat of doors boroasthoy possibly could 



We invito attention to oar very hrge and general 
TE GETAB1E SEED , 

which Uvery Cue and largo, and wo are now prepared 

u lupply TUB THAU E in quantities to salt, and at 

bonier p^et than can be found 

at any other erUhlUbioonl In Iho State. 







ng SEED for a 


nutnhef o 




















He» ee 








ly in packages, fi 








uulwlll 


Iwnyi be In read 








CUT OFFICE-. .-44 1 


•treat-. 


•BACRnJLESTO. 


°&jX"* 


** d '■• 9 " i ' ""' ' 


.eld /or 


CAS,, 


O.vty, ,,o 



NURSERY BUSINESS. 



1858—1859. 

SAN JOSE NURSERY. 
FIRTJIT TEEES, 

OHHAMKKTAl TREES, 

SHRUBS, PLANTS, ETC. 

18'000 ROSES, 

QBEENHOUSi: PLANTS, 

Grape-vines, Etc. Etc. 
PALM OR SATE TREES 

Perfectly hardy In California. 

FOB SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCnASERS, 

Trade .applied nl a IJbernl Dlaeoniit. 

g»fl I OFFER THE LARCiEST VARIETY OF IgSg 

JagFrnit and Ornamontal TreEs.S 

SRRfJBS, B05ES, ETC., 
That can bo fonnd In any one Nursery la California. 

J-v ALL ORDERS will bo promptly uttonded to, and 
ihe TREES carefully packed up la bundles or boxes, 
according to stta and tho distance they have to go, and 
delivered free on board the steamer at Alvlso. 

MY COLLECTION OF S| 

THE LARGEST IN THE STATE; 
MAS RECEIVED THE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

At the STATE FAIR, held at San Jow. 

■MY CATALOGUE, airing tho different varieties, 
I have for this season, and other liformalion, will bo 

1 every applicant. It will also bo found with my 
AG ESTS, as follows i 

MONS'R DELABIGNE, 

S3 Cloy alms WIY FRANCISCO 

MESSRS. GRAVES k WILLIAMS, 



MESSRS. STOUT t SARGENT,- Stockton. 

MONS'R JACQUIER, Sonora. 

L. PEEVO 



TREES! TREES!! TEEES! ! ! 
GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 

3CT- JsewL wtJ m T 

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



(Opposite Washington Market.) 
{* fully tifonu nor frlaSi and too psbltc, ilui BW 



'e™ry, who'uiiJe Pi™ Ts'Ji arowertt'cal^rali 

■ ■, : .;;,; 'v-'T,' i"' , i"r' l ,',i l r j ,""' '■" "' " ) ' bu ™ bl,it "°* 

"'-- are also A|:it.ls |.,r III'.' Iii]r.":rl.-| of D. T. Adams and 
30 our ,tock before tniylu? elwiubero, 

GRAYES A WILLIAMS, 
Noi. 67, 69, and 71, Merchant street, 



CALIFORNIA TUBS, 

California X s alls 1 
CALIFORNIA WINES, 

Qal tfornia Ales ! 

COLLINS WADHAM3, 

^——^ WOULD SAY to ibaie Interests! In Oa£*^$- 



112 Battery Stroot, 

S^i.lXr FHANOI8CO, 



Tlie Genuine Dry PULir 

SANDWICH ISLANDS, 

JACOB SCHR1EBEE, 

Next door to laleruaUonal Isold. 



SEED, PLANTS. &o, 



jT^X'OWla. ^JTriX7-»lJ3 

®s Agriculfura! and Horticultural -aa 

TEggj SEED STORE, •* 

NO. 108 OALIFOBNIA STBEET. 

Hew Crop of 185B; 

100 bushels Peaeh Pita, 
■"■■" lb!.0«i-o Orange. 
itor-ronohSugar-ltuol 



0«ito Oral 

'runoliSui 

Reel, auorled kl 
Onion, 

ssr : 

Radish, | 

Melon, ' ' 

:d Fruit Tree.' 



3000 lbs. Rod Clover, 
6(0 n.- tvi.it..- Dutch do, 
SWu lbs. Timothy Seed, 

60 bushels Blue Grass, 

.■ii.i " RedTopGrim 

■''." bos Mixed Linn da, 
500 lbs. Velehoe, 
3000 lbs. Early Kent Pens 
50,000 nsMt 
DUTCH BULBOUS ROOTS. 

I'.nil.lo Tlyneinlhs, I Rananculus, 

Narcissus, Anemones, Tulips, Tuberosos, 

Dahlias,"' ' | Qlad^ottu,' ' 



Soli wholosalo and retail, In quaotltln. to suit pi 
ihosorj, at oar Seed Store. Alio, Pruning Shears, S\ 
ding anil Pruoing Knires, ote. 

N. B.— All ordnra forwarded lo J. P. SWEENY 4 CO., 



Xi'tv-lwk Seed IV ii rehouse 

ALFALFA, 

New Crop ; 
HUNGARIAN GRASS; 

Garden, Flower, Field and Tree Seeds. 



Agricultural and Scientific Books, 

FLOWER SEEDS, and Collections of Flower Soods, 
ut up in neat packages, with directions for cultivation. 
Qoods securely packed, to go to any distance. 



0. L. KELLOGG k CO., 


























do jlun»rten'ijnu 






















fa 9 While and Red 



HYACINTHS, TDL1PS, LILIES, UROCOS, 

JAPONIOAS, 

And a variety of oilier Bulbous Roots. 

PHONING AND BUDDINQ KNIVKB, .nd rlety of 

llorllcnlliirnl 1 1, .,,.-„(,, 

And rcceliiiig by orory Bxprefs from Iho StalM, nod 

Field, Garden, flower, Fruit and Tree 
SEE DS, &c. 

N. D.— Catalogues turnltlird un a]i|illc(.tlon liy mull orcx 



For taloTa lots lo suit parehuors, by 



MOORE, 
Seed tfareliouHC, 

HOCallfumla .l.eel 



SEEDS! SEEDS!! 

Crop of 1858. 

Joit Received by Express, on the steamer 

John L. Stephens, 
sffljZ i A fvl,L A!aollT " ENT op seed? _- 

03=101* OF laSB. 

TAKE NOTICE, 



foreign and Fane; Orape Roots, 

Peach and Cherry Trees, 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Fur aole by j ^ PANGBURN 
1-Sm eon Front ^d B^"'!' '''''"" """"• 



WILLIAM THURNAUER, 

Importer of French aad Oermari 
FANCY BASKETS, 

Engtiih and American Willow-ware, 
Cane and Willow Chain, LedW Worlt.siand. 



9A0RAMENT0 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SUPERB CLOTHING 

HEUSTON, EASTINGS & CO., 

BAOKAMENTO. 



ES 4 NEW GOODS, 




ft jog 
LATEST STYLES.* o 



TIig XJndersisned 



: themselves 



' THEIR LONG 



BEST STOCKS OF CLOTHING 

ON THE PACIFIC COAST. 



EVERY ARTICLE FOR TUE WARDROBE READY. 
1IEUSTOIV, HASTINGS & CO., 

.in, Corner 3 and Second streets, Suernmento. 



WOOL WANTED. 



THE SUBSCRIBER 

WILL PAY CASH FOR 



THE EaSTSTJUSfG- SEASON. 
THOSE HAVING WOOL TO SELL WILL FIND 

J Street, between Front and Second, 

Or, at City Elarkct : 

Set oramento . 

8 3m X. D. STS.VWOOB, 



EIPPON & HILL, 



PACIFIC MAN U FACTORY 

EMP-ORIT7M, 
Mao u facta rors or ult kind) of 

<SiBiSS3iflgiS3 Si ^iSHSJlSa 

Largo and Small, for every business, 

OF THE VERY BUST MATERIAL AND ST 
THE BEST WORKMEN. 



CHAS. ZEITLER & CO., 

American and English 



& 



FINE CUTLERY, 

FARMERS' MECHANICS' 



A full assortment of the 



ist Agricultural Implements, 
HARVESTING TOOLS, 

GRAIN CRADLES, 



WM. B . HUNT, 



HIDES, SKINS, [H^pg 
„ WOOL and TALLOW. ™ ^ " 

0ili;n on Second atrcet, near M, 

SAORAMEKTO. 



.Premium Marble Works 1 

. J. DEiVINE Oc BBOTHEB, 



Marble Mantels nv,.l Qrabu, Monunients, Tomb and 

llrnvo^t...ne.,Tnl,l» 1 Mnl(; t .untcrT.ip?.«nrUBandFrwi- 

• t---or. Tile, Hi.,r,iu. a.,.1 l-rL-L-.-1-n-.'ftlll- "ud Llntols, dw. 

All kinds of Ornamental Work done with disnnteh. 

B.r-M.'o. C.tL-iQL'Jl-liiiler for sale. v6-lB-3m 



■ fl-riiaoliAII:-; 
theb 

■■■-.■ JdHi.. _. 

uf 'Ol-ernir ,|,iality In jiaekngos to suit. 

Tho Suh»crlher Is run. enjT.vcil in i'ork Packing, and 
Is dclrousof OIIcndin k - tho bu.la«,.; f.>r lhat j,urj»se ho 
"ill |, nreb.ua lyell-fattcl II ogj la an) .luanlily. 
Tbo Sm-Aing of Loef is also a branch alteuded to at 

Is eilablisemeat. 

Be»- On hand and for sale-one hundred tons nf SALT 

■l.it-.-ri I. M tiiiiintiii, r.ir,I.Li,.. i I. ,11, 1 and China 

ill. ufiugierlor quality. II En CliUI'EH, 

Front street, opposite Water Work. Building, 



B.ltilK-V Dr«!ta Tl'lUlsallllgH, 

JHTOSIEIII-Sr, TJJSrTJEK-r,HsyElJ, 

HO'OF SKIRTS, 

And every article for Ladies' and Children's ore. 
SHIS. ». N0RCR0SS, 
144 Sooramenla slreet, abaro MnntgoniotT. 

Pnctflc Frlngo EUanufiM t.n-y 1 1 1 

DI1E3S TltlMMLSGS CORDS, 

GIRDLES, TASSELS, uVo. 

ibaolly on hand and made to order. 



144 Sacraiooolu <truel, above Montgomery 



THE 



TTaTtttobnia farmer. = 



Sire ©alitaiii jtamw. 






iin-.l A .■«!![.>: 



,-,iv Oir.-'jL.-r, II:,- I'. 



A 5p sW Agent in lbs Eastern Stntf s. 

Mb. K i.U.u. won loft here in the (teamcr of 

Mhin-i. ™ a rL-iriohij kindred, lo tarry a few mwi 

Xurwrif.. rVni-.Un 



lolhefc 






Stock Hair. 


n Inventors ai 


Boo 


P 


l.liihcrs, in °ui 






ad re 




meow by wbfcl 


Ihcy ear, !rf 


™klj known. 








Tha Fanner— Oar 


City 


SSraH^LB 


Hinsoc 


pplo/tdilr.J.: 


L.lfiB 


in 


.n as a Carrier 




n .lull hcr^f 






















rtiil] 






and fellow 


ottiUnt lo It«i 




fj 




furail J u » 


ricn,] 10 nil "hum 


tadu 


JJ. 





We like to grasp 
to do, esp.dlrUly if K «• >*P°™<"- » — »» 
been our greatest pleasure. *">«<■ ""> """ P» bl 
Hon of this journal, lodonll weconld locncnur 
to cheer on, and to build up oil tbni would [on 
lie r.rsi in-crc.ii of oui Stole. We liove nt 
petroltied oor journal to be used .is the herald »'' 
any personal. ly that would detract,, nor liave v 
Joined oor seel or potty lo divide or pull dowr 
onr preMcsl happiness has been derived froi 
seeing our Stale progress, and all her Industrii 

Oorwork, particular!), has been In too agr 







Special Botiee 












J. Q.J 




Lm air Cum, .-.lie 




ex with! 


ClUFOlUC 


tA Finn 


t Tub uciIl-o 






noa . u qudj pen 




asUca 








ran 








lien in tended fo 


it! journal, wlii 












Purc-ha. 
wilblnc 


en ot iM*k, and all per 


nn- H.-'irii-priuili 




* Finnan c-r Ih 


Edlla 














CoLWarr 


!,. I.IH 









Harveatjng Machines. 
■'Wruduimu! tY'hil of lhc night 
a night ilint shrouds [be earth in 
io (rrrat lull 



orth 1 1 



! day, that 



a the bar 



h.Liui-r.i 



i grealer bo 



t;illhmtU=Sr 



startles lb cm [>.. rs > el.:.t ktti.ir<rv nnJ hid., (li.in thi, 
■ The j|yrf«ftt, re orcnlifornift, thnlsi. reo.Tiilr I 
begun to nltnict the oolice of the world, is scei 
concelred of, even among onr own ciliiens' a 
its power pi influence it not properly apprecSmt 
by Ihe merchant nnd business man. Tin ■fulloivi, 
facts, however, show its magnitude; and those 
fuels should cause tktrn to think : 

Five or six years since, and over this great Stale 
there was scarcely friend half a dor.cn Grain Har- 
vesters or the improved kind known; in 1651 
nltcollnn w^s being M u t d to them. Our grain' 
fieldi., therj small, were harvesled by the Cradle 
Now look to this matter ; the hundreds of bushels 



t lll"Jr.i nil-: - 
million;. Ir 



r crop this yen 



rrillc 



d of the Groin Cradle, the Elntcly 
Manny, and other Ilo 



open field and manly 
1 forthc great causeof 



(wo la 


t nuinbcn 


of our joarntil. Wo 


an 


uch loved mo 


aper pa 


rporliug 


o be the Stale Agri- 


ris 


to rebuke u 


iociuly' 




hut which emanated 




me elves, and 


dreirfrm 
log bn 


'..'■"'"L 


nee a. reverend title; 
could possibly draw 


nn 


11 we say ; w 


be rem 


rks we li 


ve bolbre made, or nur 


Se 


rclflry of the 



[meaeiog tko monthly], (he o«ly oo 
devoted aclmirtli/ i„ our agricultur. 
ism, has afrendy attuieed a noma 



McCormidi, 

sweep down acres per day; and the Great Western 
Hunger ontcn a Held or iKcnty-Svc acres in the 
morning and at night the grain lies in neat bag*— 
moirtrl, Ihro.herl, el^ined and Backed ; nnd when 
the dny's work is done, then we nsk the Watch- 
man, "WhatorthenTgbt?" Decries, "The har- 
vest is over, .be gleaners are ot work, and the grain 
Is all gornered;" ami nun- the hilmrcra are eolk'd 
in, for their work Ts " well done " 

\Vho can eiitimote the great inctengc of onr grain 
crtplho present year! There art some signs tn 









■j >1 -.'>„„. 



II «:»lli,r. 



parted into Calif, 

than lix A^ d ^ iebc(i ^^ 

This Mtounding fact speak, rolumes. It is Ihe 
tromnel-,oned..h U n,!„ that i, bmm , ^ 
world the value of the JpiMlm B J c.v,/,,,,,., r 

Sn years since, £1 would have alarmed anv one 
Importer to have lhoe K ht or inipo-u,,,. „'„,„, 
machine.; and now, our importers think it oul 
leglllroale lo order Ihem by the hundred. 

Beside* those imported, wo have our oicrt ru w . 
•/tnlurtd aau; ond, if report speaks truly (and the 
vu), there are some makers 



e for the palm of v 



hall always glory ir. 

r-r harvest fields and her 
'b* facts above, are same 



■lory. Heavea 



journal in Califort 

ass 



chnnics 



inlc7 If i, 



I the < 



t the 



' (hi 



den Slate speak to us, and [ell 
us we have accomplished making. Bui of 
paragraph we need soy no more ; our xatht 
speak for ili-m , i, , .. 

This unmanly nltock upon those scientific 
»h.iliapp,.nlobeh,iruin England, Fruncf. Scnt- 
land, or Germnuy.frna, wbeoc,- 1, ,v, cur ,„. „, , 
scientific works known, isnn outrage upon dcr.cn, 
-- doubly wrong when it would defame under I 



disgrace for Its q 



■ r dure l„ 



[lignmtiied by this B«-. C Hitl.:m<in, 
arc of foreign birih? Bui we prese 
was pai licnlarly .limed mo.ir lu.noieil 
cut "Agricola," heriiiifc he hails f™" 
Bum,.; andjot this firtlgiur has bur 
j,m« for Essays before the S.nle A|;r> 
ciety. But "Agricola" is "of age," 



Tho WHato Fishery. 



deal with I 
judguient if t 



,,,;,, ,,r Uy lonl Hie Cardinal." 

Bin ihe last part nf the sec 

[crests us more deeply, for il i 



; It with licHy domata ■aallef't Who 
Ihose writers on religious education, 



], Alice, V. B. II., Ma 



asters, and imr m Ih- ytittt of oulfitt M Ih'. Itlm,l> 
hieh are only IwcBlff-fivt per crat hiyhtr Ihrrc thai 

tftw Bedford. 

We would ask theserious attention of the owner 

whali'ship- al N\iv I.liiir..rd, Nfiv I.nn.lon, San- 
ickel, nnd all nlher plnces, lo the fact that Call 

cent, if they will jllfll send their ships tt 
I. Wo know Ihcre is no port in the world 

more glorious " lenst of fat tilings" enn ht 
iio present year, than the port of San Fran, 
ud surely otir hnrbor is admitted to be tin 
,d lorgcsl. Tho present prospects or Hit 

nro such as lo warrant that all kinds or 

nnd provisions will be low— flour, beer, 
i, butter, vegelnhh 



uiilli.r. I. ill. MLilrl. :ir Iri- 



Agricultural Pavrilion ot Sacramonlo. 



.Iilly ordered liyn vote oft 
ily.end intended forAgrici 



as to answer nil purposes fur a County 

journal speaks of this building as (Ar one thai is to 
liliiins for all future Slate Fain, and 
king Socramenio the place forthc 
manently hereafter, nnd, at the same 
(, urges the erection of the building In tlic een- 
>r the city. 

' the advocates of permanently locating Ihe 
would reflect, they would sec the error of lo- 
ng such a building m (At city. No Stale Fnir 
inds could ever bo maintained with any degree 
uecess mthm the city, and If this building is 
ted anywhere In timet 



Sl.ili I'.iir 






or ihe 



cily If, 



nbsur 




kol 1 


en ling 


bis 




tho la 


cnlities 


unmet 


unless 


the 










ngtnr 


nf in 


r Hi 








But II 


Dm 






good 




of Agrl 






nleres 


nlono 


bo co 


osidere 


A 


nd is i 


Thee 


Ure'2 


only 
"*fV ha 


thai a 




s 




s or thru uim 


Ihiso 


Hint 


rcnles 


el, ui 




ndlords end 




as men 



cut- vet w." 


ihallbeglailtoliearf 


simplest of 
bn man who 


ly on the subjecl. Al 
J eel is on Important on 


Jvtagn. Il 


Cl u thln s -„ = hou. is n 



appreciate their worth. 

We have, loo, here iu our mid.., many «wel| H 
prnclical gardeners nnd florist, who „»'.,„ Mnd u 



»OKn.._Thls lady, as will 
taken r^m.^Mieaewestohl 
, B 1 ak ^;»»lent«,n.,r 7(l ^,. w . 



*'" •» "TPJ to receive 

«... H. .houldba nuhly saiuuned, 

furlf^ oiwn tho 8ewhig.Mnchlnia' 



the had management or m 

Jliipi. |iriiici|uiltv al (lie ; 
merctiiinl, ui llle.e Inland 



potency of millionaires. Wc are glad thn 
bo Imped that i mure ri;;i.l imfiiiumy will her 



i tmi 



ii.ri.-ly ir 



li nnd future progress of Ken- Bedford. 
nbovc Important announcemenl is found i 
Ihe Sew Bedfurd Whnleman'e List, of Jnnunry II 
id from thence il is copied into Ihe Commeroii 
dverliser, uf Honolulu; nnd Hie cdilor of tin 
■'■■Hull paper very earnestly and l.imdsi.mrl 
.fends. Ihe cuiiBc ortho merchants of the Island 
id mnufully too; and endeavors lo show that til 



oof n 



for their outfits, but u 



ktng a 



o the si 



I kind-; 



ir far: 



mil all, t 



■ f u-lialc- 



iv oor clipper-; more convetiinncts for repair 
I otter niKins, nnd cheaper too, for outfits, auden 
uilisis that will buy [heir drafts nt near par, a 
iianur.icinrcrs oroil that will greatly advance (In 

Slcssrs. Slnnfurd Brothers is an evidence of t 
value nnd Interests of this grcnt branch of trade. 



GoLotv-GATiiCLoTuiKoWiiiEuouBE.— Those V 
re going from city lo city on tho su-tuuera, Bn d 11 



;ate; and il only requires r. link or the "guidon o 
i procure Clothing nt tho above Warohomo lo i 
golden opinion." of all parobnscrs. Mr. Martin, 
.lesman (to wall known in tho Clothing Business}, , 
e happy lo ec u nh old friends, a nd ley lo ploaso lb< 

FnEEm.v k Co.'* En p a Bsa.— Tills pioneer hoi 



ess. Vc arc plowed lo Imto, (hot hy lioii „ 

In l.',lllli-.-.,r I^j.^.-loi; 1,,-lt,.,; „, „,,.. l]lc ,j. iy u 

m the Alameda and Cwitrr. Doila side en. bum i 
reasod and Iho oosl dimiui.hcdj and L 
and, Eon Anion™, San Leandm. Swi L .■„ 
an aou- be Uonsmitled for o /*,- wt 

Tub Thai 



a Onl 



I > r - "I llurv,. lu , i . M lld , in „_ „ lbl , r goi 
Mr. B. »««"" l| e V ,V * b 'T tC '" 1C ' 1 " il11 c ' 



tracicd njivai „(, """'"' , lm -' '"- 

fw wr"™, ; ,,is ! " , " B ™ c ****&£*££ 

' h0 "« °aly can bo foood lo , U rpa„ *,„*. 



■ 6. Ooldcn Arje, 


and tho 


learner Unci 


<*^<ss» 


by ibo 






"earner 1 




' f«.m New York 


J night, from Panama, 
Mnreb llllh. 


n Waue Som 


Of the 


neat plated 


■^■.efalootgoD, 


inlj-K-, 


Imparted W 


) ..!..-.(. 


iwr J uch,.,,,. 



, the bad n: 



"Look to your "Wool. 

Wool growers should conic lo mnrkel themselves, 
nnd Icorn Iho true value of their wool. Although 
il market report may 
of the grower may t)i 
in which it Is pocked and lite want of hnving it 
well uasorlcd before sale may lanke- a difference to 
him of 10 to 25 per cent. 

The grower fhould visit the cllr, nnd become 
acquainted with the purchasers^ There should bo 
a lively competition among growers, buyers nnd 
sellers ; there should 1"- nr, monopoly. Wo sny to 
the growers of wool, come to market and bring 
your wool, nud learn Tor yourselves, nnd have 
your wool examined, ns there is often a difference 
on n bag of 2 10 10 per cent. Sec curds of pur- 



Tho Injury to tba Fruit Crop. 

1 1 fur from being so severe as Is supposed. Many 
persons whoTiolicc the dropping or Ihe blossoms 
suppose Ibis is caused by ihe fiott, wherona it is 
only Ihe/ii/*-/ AiW„-ii.. nr the l,l,i, f „ m | covcs or „ 



il (.I..V 



Th/tl 



re plenty of 
o really suf- 
rcnlly been 



lohcn great pnins lo gather 



history of llie mo3t Interesting 
to lay before our readers such 
many persons to underlain- the 


mrncy the present 


A company will be formed lo 
lo star! about the first of June, 
those now intending to make til 
n party who would wish Ihose 


visit IheYosomlly, 
It is the desire of 
trip to unite with 
that join to have 
highly social cri- 


joymcnl, rather than a party fo 

A register trill be opened for 

of May. Those wishing to joi 

their nnmes lo the editor of tlii 


nnmes on the first 
will please hand 
paper. 


First Laos Pabsbsor bv th 
The Overland Mail arrived this 
and IB! hours, and tho Eastern 
through was Jlrs. I.ovejuy. V> 


OVBBLM.D MAFL. 

freight of ireasnrc 
e think all danger 



r. George R. Barclay, formerly the popular 



li'Iof thu killed ami thiijo since dead: George Me- 
■owoll, a onlive of New Jersey, son uf Thus. McDowell, 
inucrly of Sacramento. Dnvid W. Cndy, of Now York, 



!D|, W«afflVer,ana.t" 
' »f rich quality. Sec h] 




T 



HE" OALIFoiilA^ABMR. 



77 



DOMESTIC S0MMABY- 



* Idler (roni Smith's Garden, Sacramento sajsi Wo 
bad a fine rain, ma iMak mi IW. «°P no1 ln, " :!, 





logs, issued Ofc £ 


urcd into the Legislature, 10 
dupe, and deer, property, " 
toiicd ii9 properly by law. 


F. 

ur 

dd- 


> Tr.-T. BH-, H(P 


n. at Iho celebration D T ^o 


Tn 

Sale 


IIorsoEihibilionat r.talumn, c 
BO n<.DDKtiicnl, nn SUnriaJ lalt, 
game nineteen italHoiut were o 
Oil and upwards. ffo ' bl11 "" 


ung off accord 
ind ITU a fine 

.l««k given 



Volcanic Wosdkrb 1— Visit the Sasditicii Isl- 
IpHfc— One of the moat Interesting scenes of the 
world is now presented to nil In this vkinlly, and 
nn opportunity given ol little cipcinc, mid. in a 
brief apace or time, tn behold what few hnvo ever 
sson-fl BtKW.Nc. VoLcwo. The mop.im.U- nn.l 

colomn, nii'l we feel it our duty tn coll nttentinn 
(o it and to rorer our readers to the cc.nl nf the 
m*obUu nuaWs, by ttessra. MeRuw k Merrill, in 

e n the passage Is offered. A speedy Irlp cm 

bnmfuto,w)d the-oprortnnlty should not be lost. 



Tub dwclling-htjojo or S. 1>. Pomyea, at iho "Farm- 
er's Haneb"toiao Ave miles from MarYsville, toys the 
' Democrat. woiburn^lonSi.uda.Tnighllost. Thofam- 
ilv burvlV ewaped *ilh 'he- live.-. end nolhing what- 
uvcr of rfolbint, ^'■i... -r [. r.vi-.-m?, was wra. 
Tnr Contra Costa Gawito ray*: A gentleman who 



REMOVAL. 

m DENTIST, 

HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE 
a. 123 Montgomery Street, 

[Over J. W. Tnckar'i Jewelry Store), 



id 2d in 



iklne; 



nave not been seriouily injured! although, on one night 
water was rr..KO and ici- made half on inch in IhidcneM. 
proprietors bnilt fires, and some 
trees with clotbr, for protection. 



In wine c 



r Pin JoM It 



if the I 



DrUut 



A Fine in Fob-oas i few days ago, destroyed Iho 
beading keen, as Firemen's Hall (used »J ft* Episco- 
pal and Methodist Societies on Sundays, and by the 
Hook and ladder Company!, also a bladoonJlhahlp 
tmd stable adjoining. Loa 41iOO or S3000. Thi " 



settles 






Foon men who left Sop* coanly about (ho first o- 
February, to attend the land soles at Kurksport, Ham 
boldt Bay, bare not since been beard from. The.! 
names ore Oripdiy, Iteration, Fcrrill. and Clark. Ai 
they look with Ihria a largo araeanl of money, it L 
feared they have been murdered and robbed in tb. 



j-ch Df Uicie 



GROVER & BAITER 
SEWING MACHINES 

BEMOVAL. 

rpae GROVER. & BAKER. 3. M. COMPANY bavin] 
MB. S. O- BBIGHAM, 

"For the Sale of our Machines in this City, 



COMMODIOUS AHTJ CENTRAL STOBE, 
So. IIS nioDteomory Street, 



"WiiObSMW Gnocins.— The bes 
ortd of success in business Is a eo 
lucrcusiuc; range of eUJlnmcrs. At i 
- ' am, Jennings A Co.'e, comer i 



cstoHlshmenla; 



OlPECJIJi-r, MOTIOBB. 
<• BIRB. P. B. HODEns— Family St 



QrOTir & Baker'I Bevinn; Mnehinn Company, "."• 

1I..11IK rr>- ilrect, nhere a d'^rip.l^n of I'Mn 

imonTal FAMILY SEWINQ win bo eanetcd Id the 

CLOTHS prepared for Flourtag UHIt, I 



8&~ las 'v-i 
fflcCormick's Chicago Reapers! 




Three Sizes— 5;, 6 and 7 feet Cnt, 

WITH FXTIUS EOH ALI, THE DlFFKIti::.'T 1'AT- 
I fl Hjentror thoManafac- 

"aVW Ml.l I" 1K.--1. I ««W "M I" l*»i 
1,000 mill In 1830, | 1300 laid In 1B38. 

15,000 Sold In the last Tour Years. 

No llnjIoE.loMi-.I'm. r.l h. !|.-'--..-.rld c.,n inithfullf claim 

i'i'.n-- ' "i'.'i-'.mv '-M-rl.-i: ■■!.:■■ I- 'sl» t'.'i't t.,,v !,■-.■ 

rl.l.,,-, |:, I-.!. I i.ii... !■■■:. ■.vli.-.:lv I . ..:li iv. I; .,..:..- :. In 




1Ii.-|t 1 I'ii:- ..I Nt^ I '.'.-ii'i ■■':,! ^■--■' -■■• -I' l-n.-l i-l. II. '-'n. 



PnMOCtocs, saya the San Andreas rndcpcodcnl, ia 
(mail pcoeb tree, ool more than thiw-aad-a-half feet 
bigb, Ellednilh bloom, which lain Uia garden of Mr. 
Medina, at the Bay Statu Jlanch. Last spring a sprig 
about a foot long aos eat n-oni another tree, anil slack 
intoawet spot; lib i- the tree which Is noir"ipread- 
ing itself" so upuinily in vcgciablo socdoly. 

Lludiag to Uoopa volley, 
i been, n-e Icara that the 

and with an ordinary 



Tot North Colifnroi 



tiag En thtir ueoal crop uf wheat, 

succeeding (tason, a good yield it certain Unite a 

number of hale, nble-lmtHod men, hate pissed Ihrvngh 
Union <lurin g the past week, on the way to the Klamath, 
and Salmon ritor mints. Plenty of good room left for 



The' 



.r-falling subject ror a 
I by the Ean Andreas 



I«!ndenl of the l!d iast is a fair apteimeo lor IB' 
of Ihoumo th ten ghoul the Stale: "True to (hot 
character of March; rain, anon, wind, hull, sle. 
eunnhine. On Sanday and on Monday morning 
vers heavy froth-, union, it ia fearreu, have in 



very singular aod deslni. rivi- Iji,.] PjU ■'..-■. nrrL-i i- 
the 29th lilt, between Pan Andreas aadlho Willow-cns 
mill, toys the Inilepeoitont. In on instant, witbo> 

pjn.lieululy, from thirty to ferry fact. A single the, 

Whlsll hs>i ;lrLicl:l iJ:i. ir-.ln :: IjLi.'ljt-.iili^- ll'.-V, Lnri.l 

iced to he !^-.*7^n-_- ..N it'.- 'p:i at the momonl 

ing opcrallen had ever been eoaductcd at the place, 




FREEMAN & CO.'S 

HEW YORK and CALIFORNIA EXPRESS. 

H-Tir:l.!3UED 16W. 



TT AVISO MIMiMI i' Arii::;'I- V: ALL TUB PHIS- 
'1-,-riir', I.'', iVrll'l-.l, '.'t.lrn.liii.. |~I .',, .Ill- KcnK-rn 

GENERAL EXPRESS, 

Forwarding and Commission Business, 



l | I '■.!' r T,..^-i:-.fll|,.- [■" 



„ I.. K lllii.n(. i:i,,it 



At L« A 


eu!«, 


.,. ii,.. \" 




of tl 


Sib Ina 


the weather f 














Ifaew 








clnlerl 








dbar 




threote 




lur,. 


Thotaeun 








covered whh 






.anil 




Iheyw 


visited with 






> it a 


a- tl. 






t field 






In so aic local!! 






'rablt thickness. 






in !,[,,. -.:.r..T 


tv. Die 






deits 


appearai 




















The 








o it. de*lru 









PRINCIPAL OFFICES : 



John M Trcema] 
Julob H<ddet), 
Chos. 8. Higgini, 



Hour; Gregory. 



:n. Ii". I I ■.■!.■ r. ' I... ij .'.".' 

_t .,..,■!, ..:.■■ -v. r,- *.-r>l<< ;■■■( .ait./, Ue /arasr. 
. ■„! i: ,■.,-,.. o,-.l,irulp|IHy. o, ..-■;-.,(.'• r. /.!• :-. : .<\-r r* 

■■'' '■-"■■ ''"■■'- ■',",-':';:; ''£'':£'.!■')':.' ,f '.'A '■■-i'SVA '■'- 

I. . ■■■. ':' ' '■" ■ ' I- '. '., */ 'ii'f'i'g 

P™* ™- CYIIUS II. WiCORMlCIC. 

20 Pitta' Pattern Thranliers and Separator 



le.ilty her ability to please those who maybe 
HnciT'oTu* yl™"gifl, r be''^'»rdeu w°Hll ftVoEB. 

'"\.'' ; " 'i v ','''"Vi' ■' v'.'i;' J,' vV'.'.^i;.-.. " 

- ^ ?fi"]£?. a Lt,"'° r«r»d" t; n >■■--■-.- ."■"-'■' ' 
M ..:.r .V.-rr-. nirl [!„: ln-.uIiP.il ■ |- ■ I...-N ■ .^1 



E ARE AI3ENT3 ul 



OP PISE BTOCK^-All 






(^■BUSEPI BLEEP I 



j. U(.'i]iiii:iii:n>', iii.-j- t.i it 






H «t» TM-- Jat32 ■■"— . 

INTERNATIONAL. 

San Franclico, California. 

THB UNDEaSIONED IHVITE3 
the attention of tho Traveling Publle. 
andolronsoralQ pmlcular, tothamoritl 
"of this Hnuio. 

a lit January, lB5T.ua 

'IHST-OLA-S^ HOTBLI 
in ovory rarticulnr. Thopt8Jonl■ 

A. s7 HALEY, 
JNO. J. nALEY, and E- B. ROBINSON, 

wiih a dellcaoy not wl-hlng to encroach open tho merits 

f ...lur !,..„. ....... ,„,,,. Inn :--:l\ H.- m.irl-.cd l»;;'i V' 1 . 1 

Iii.-l,il.-.r.:r.;.r|.ri ,!.:.■. Uen r>.-ci«fl by a d^erlml. 
allngpuhllcin a con-;anlli increasing pationngo DtlhS 



, II.. i 



^ncli.ilvoly the 
It tl conliguo 



l.f thoi 



TUG PRIKCIPAt. THORatlOlIl-'AaBSi 

THE FA fill I ON ABLE PROUESADEa, 

AND STEAJIBO.IT I.ASDIS08 ; 

thus rendering It at nil times Iho most 
DESIRABLE STO P 1' i NG-PLAC E 

For Families or Single QeQllemen, 
during their sojourn in this city. 

THE "INTERNATIONAL-HOTEL 
iCOACII," under tbo superinlondenco of 
P.B. SMITH, late Sto«oA e Dnt at Sacramento City, iaii 
altondance ot all hours to 
(ho Hotel, for One Dollar 

Ahiridh: J01IH J. 1 



BANKERS, ETC. 



MARK BEUMAGIM & CO., 



CALIfORNIA, 

Siglit Bills 

Bank of Cornmeroe, Roston. 

SIGHT AND TIME BILLS 

American Exchange Bank, New York, 



■'. '),■."'■;,': 



,l,ii.,!...'i J„'i,.--j'l !■ 



i, '.V-'.i i ■'.- '...-„■'.'! " 



PitU' Patent-TJonbla Pinion B and 10 Horse-Powori. 
r ' A. GOr'ijuH A: CO.' ' 



A. Guidon & Co 'n Icon Plnnot Powers, 



Forty Kitchum's Mowers — Irori Frame. 
|y Ealra Eatra. fur all of the above Machines. 

TWENTY NOYES' MILL-STONES, 



Tiie Fine Thoiough-bred Stallion 
Prince Morgan, 



MOOSE'S RANCH, 

At tho following low Bitca: 



they nre cheap now, und . 
frogrool blomomj will g 



PRINCE MORGAN 



To Rnnolimon. 

^-lne'""'^ 1 " is 5n& ^ U'iL".-^'. , l- r r, D"-l J."" "H 1"Iji'I» 
**■ or do aoylljlu ],,,,,,;,,,. . , „ |i,. r „.|, ,',|.|(.-:., 



They, hand In hand, together Co. 

Mn-I...ir pUiliT-il. like jo well raro, 



COLDEN GATE 

CLOTHING WAREHOUSE, 

Corner of Clay and Kearny StreeU- 
FASHIONABI.E GOODS. 

ioodsure of till )■■■-•-■■■ :- : ' ■'.". "iid ■■!' ni|B.Tlur cimlllj. 

We receive Goods by every steamer, direct 

FROM JSTE"W7" "STORK. 
■ The price we ash Is tbo price wo inland to lake— (but 
o sell our Goods earlojively fee 

O A. S H 



ARMY, NAVY AND CUSTOM 
GARMENTS, 

MADE TO ORDER. 

Soie-leatUer Trankti, 

ValHcs, iin.l 

t_;n |H( Buss, 

T. JT. BAYLESS tt CO., 

Comer of Clay and Kearny itreste- 



LAWRENCE & HOUSEWORTH, 
No. m Cloy Street, 

OPTICIANS, 



and Ret nil TJcalon In and Importers of 

Optical, Matlic-niaLioal, and PiiilosopMeal 
INSTRUMENTS. 

:il.:r:-i:J. 1-K 111: 1. 1 1 ."-. ,. ,!,::: 1 I'. il.eopte Olasees, 

Btoek-HrtntiUs? Spy Glsseee, 



ivr J a.G3STijFTrrij>rGe qx.a.bi3eis. 
O TJ T Xi JaS H. TT , 



Splendid Dnrhnm BULL For Sale. 

ued^to COL. WAIlttEJifw'sli iS'to.poudrJ 



■Bi'I'li-na-ca. Balls, 

"■" ' LAWfiENCK & HOUBEWORTH, 



Full A FARMER— A 




roll 








clllgn 








learn of an oppo 


rtodly, 




pplylti 



Ishcd u in lufallililL' r.-NL-.-.lj- 1 


r tbo 




of Onglu,. Cshts 








l,gcj 


















































■i:'l.:iill, nTi.jL.I.,llrn iii |.. 










vpulailan ere ilLko ualvec. 








:l,.:r]:li..|.,, '.II <«ndlhelr"a 




0.1 


^vrh, 














dtseoses which It pretence to . 






























COHBUJIPTtOH 














.llr 


























ttMriencgr^lg 




"las'™ 


V.p'i 



liuili and Clotlilne; WareliouBe, 

WYUAN A CO.'S SUPERFINE OLOTHINQ. 
Clolhs, Caraltnerra, Veslintn, and Tailor's Trimmings, 

Gentlemen's Fine Furnlsntng Goods, 

Alio. Brooks' celebrated Calf, Paten 1-1 ealhor, Dress and 

V/.Ul:,-] !-..■! ):.,,!., IVunt.-. \.il.:-«. larpet Bog», 



..../.. . u ., ■' (■,-, ,r.-i'' nod tjTrniial tcsi.J, cannot b. 



I Orcguni sod by all 



,,,...., = In tho most approved styles. 

109 and 161 Montgomery Street, 
21 6m Opposite Montgomery Block, San Franelieo. 



ST. CEORCE 
HOTEL! 

Corner of Fourth and J Streets,* 
SACRAMENTO. 

MTUia HOTEL, UAVtHG BEEN THOttOUOIILY 
kbnovated, 
RE-FITTED AND RE-FURNISHED, 

18 NOW OVBR 
FOB THE RKCEPTIOS UF THE PUBI.IO. 
G. I. HUTCHINSON, 



GarlTssy JlOtUl OU3 ■ 

SEvniMi. nn~ roi.i^m.oDD ant 

.....I'M- IT:,. ..I, A,.i : ... 




age s from ten to forty. The 
to working jiupFIj is merclj 
dollars a terra Tor designint 

J. SOW 



fork in water-colors. There nro young 
Bins id lac Designing Rooms from ten (a fourteen, 

bid fair to make therflsclvw artists of no moan 
pretensions in this useful and lucrative bttaineii. 
There is a coasidetuble notuberor wood engravers 

logwork,upon orders from without, so satisfactorily 
to their employers that already 
strength of . jdr-jopBOrtiDe business in their 
fc.nds ; nod I predict f0f mnlia , ; n ctrblh ^^ 
menu of art, a brilliant nod ready 



ll Oil [rill Upon 


life, its uses, oppc 


rtunlti 


no ring forces 


eon bu surprised, ore 


enind 








is tlio thous 


nils of dnnghlcra a 


weal 


aibion ore be 


ng bred throughout 1 




rcadth of our 
Iraiot, herpn 


in the life dramas en 





10 thei: 



. They 



long excluded, long denied nil rational ui 
finer, and of the imaginative power, which, fqi 
lockaf other ciuployrucot, Jul. spent itself upor 
gewgaws nod flummery. Tie dressing room 01 
the milliner's shop has been woman's Stndio nnc 

fc<hir 1B i nt .orN,..4,.r!:U^r,',!,Hr,irrmh"li"j. l or 

T^Zt Z ortiona ir ' I "" ''"''" '■ - wl '" h 



beautiful, whatever her power'" embody I 
form, which might have become, like the p 
Hods of man, the property of the nge* si 
been hitherto doomed .0 work in [g„ l,] 
^,W, I , m ^ rin , I „ nJ coontItg lur y enough if 

quilt, a gown, oro. mantle, f her designing w 
Wftntd worthy to be kept from (he moth, „ 

r"r;i,'-"""""" bi = h - '•"■«»«<.• 

'torn the nuarrv and | t .„„ rur ,„ tll . l . . 

r;.:':"'."' '""'"'" ■ .. .<:. 



, wnlah 


1.1.- iiiinii 


rhr n 






wlcldei 










record 


" '•'" 


or 0,0 


CO 


". 



1 oa P«hnp« ask why, if worjM1 
lulakeapartialhetieldof thui, 
'■ r '"" 1 "hero .deoaawj . 



muscle five tt,o 
Why was „„, ., 



nling d 



ituryl 



firth intt. 
lightning 

d»y,randaliiijtron K .:»t friend a 
development of all powers nbg 
primary, i, the work of Bragtl 
n.i.lb*duy i i„ wblob it is un 

tayi li. wbith „ , , ... 

our eyes a 
iudjjmeol 

'"*«h aod relation," thZ 
ment «l«p, Into [ ta ,,| aeea.,ui, no 
-ognillon. AUo ^j ~f« 
seen K o in ebwes 1,, ,..1 ,' " " *'»" be 
"« period, like na.ur, ! Lf 7':'' '" ,lor) ' hlM 
' ' q "f'l ""bo lost and 



""'""■■' disorderly 1 



file into orderly 



ind earnestly lived by souls, who 11 
ireer of self grntilicotiou — to who 
e responsibility and of ohligatioi 



Jrbcnr tbe poin and weariness of a detailed state 

Are we ever 10 bear anything further of the 
pposilion slwmets? Or is California resigned lo 
l. |< ,,-ith , lle Mai! Company us a nightmare upon 
et breast? For one of many thousands I hope 

It hns been snowing oboutsii hours, und Is noi 

clicious climate I which makes us "think nliaoi 
■1 tli contempt of your green hills and Bowcrin 



(For the CUfornU Pumer.) 

PoIbo Modesty. 
"Who told thee that thou rrast naked V 

[Gsiiesis— lii-lllh. 
The origin of the sense of slinmc should make u. 



WH E E LEB Sc -WIX,SO_ 

MAmfFAGTUHIBQ C0MPANT8 

SEWING MACHINES. 

343 Broadivay, \i»v Vork. 

Agenda throushn 



Hlffhci! Pro 



■>. bialw 



n pri 



safeguard, is merely negative, not dc 
iiiuno. That "modesty is a virtue " no ottowi 
deny, but that the very eiiilcnce of virtue depent 
cntirolj upon this sense of oliiinie, I do deny, an 

Itiink l:„,.,i,-|,.,l ( .e a liir liem-r fnle^ii^td, sir R -J,l,„. 
that proc.ico duplicity ^„n tin. eye nod |„ 1)l; , 



aiinm orain nworded by tho „„„■ 
at tho Crystal Palace, Say. 6. 1657 
fromiem award*! at tho Illh 

: M inl-ir..| Iri.iitQto, Iialtimuro 



_ l F "r tio Cullliinila Former.] 

Wattira and her Lessons 
Sdmuui: and gladness I Singing hlrds,«pringiti 

^■'.•3, 1 -i.,-hii. ? n 1 elo.lv..lnr.r,i.|.,,i,i,i i:i ,,„|_ 1 , : ,, ur( 
farmcrsl Surely thi. i s huppine^! Il.r., -,v, |,„i 






iKllir,,,,,,!,,. 



anyd 



discomfiture or people i„ g^ 
icd pedestrians" in parlieula 
salisfnclion of croaking Trogj 
uder us poor bipeds complete., 
r), wondering if the bright sni 
;mpt of our paltry sphere, or 



was tvitlibolding his fnvnr for e 
i suddenly with his offulgen 

eceded, inviting vogue pros 
Inter nnd lock of crops. r_ 
eoguiic the thin, frightened < 



Even this sus- 
raw winds ivhlch 
Itmenls of n dry 



the only pe 


ccptiblc change ■ ,., „i,|, 




Is iHiuh f.,r a time seem 


1 Una l„i U . 


switb iiicreiued ability 




wing passed "under tho 


' '■'-'"« : '- 


le the garb of mounting 


l,,,, r ,.,',^' 


"'■; r "' !l . '"el. Spring 



■ I • liii-.un.il 



iiiij.e< 



III 



neit room;" "and," said I, "for ought y 
are now planning the seduction of some 
girl, bused upon this very ignorance. An 

will lliey W made III- .Jillie^l'i'nnprin!' 
dstlon by means of the 



ilnrly so i,t rcgaril 
r," and fcel- 
mlght ba\ 
iu cautioned 
In the 



SEE THE FIRST PREMIUM 
SEWING MACHINES. 

WHSELKR & WILSON'S SEWING MA- 

CUlNlii took the FIIIST PitEMIUJI at tho I 

Whooler &. Wilson's Snwinp; Mantiinea 



E;aV,hrSanJor B F» i riep'JT=a9. IU " '' 



vDuld make earth u Pimtdisc. 1 
The blso delicacy in the 1, 



liitenco might bo do 
iany, front the folio , 
cnled. One reason of 



tmospherc of in- .1, 
it cspund by its gei 
tlio mind so scnsltlv. 
or -lnri.l.-r Musts its J,.|, 



lest and holi, 
if rightly cu 



BffiBS.*"' COAMESI f, 



Opinions or the Sea 
ptifn then. fur/anOj ZtZ-T 



brlcs, LEATUBll U)' 
VOBaT, Ago ill. 



Lov 



: for 



this flower of 1 



oied I' 



id pot 



Hdintbtcoutempl,,,;,',,,'^ 1 ,'' 



cneeofrclln 
There will he itnhupp 

-«h Artie* to WhS . 

and to uppenr what they are nol li 
'"'■■vevr .li:., 1K ri. c . 11 l,l l! to enfe^ ,',r 
lm.l S1.U.-1. n, t ,er be done before I ha 
"",-. .i.nl lb, .. »■}„, , vi ll „ct n.ako U: 
lion and try to understand the ntt | 
. n " fl ehnieiit I ni.dtoascerl«!nintt, n .l, 
rehenslon j in the npintal „,„) matnK M m]| ~ JJ 

Bbldo tho conseouence, 



that a breath of ridicuh 
nous breath shall wllhci 

oflhesoul totholnllu. 
* ninrriages so long nj 



■e.lig.n 



r*..aualae 


fort.mlly n , e ._^. a ,j Jour 


ilort hauor> 


lo to Amcrtcsn ecidm— fad™, an,,. 


Woc n i I oIl lnBg l 1 ,OB nJ ma 3n , oro|JclfreL £ „ fli 






Thflbouore 


lavcataJ-cirlute, ft}m-Br 








Pled lor fimlly Uic—rarvaidt 












hlthat awqnl _ S^,ialk Btairdtr 


A beneftctlan 






nuJoo.— >!r,. Slspiotf MniSlf. 




*tioa, 0= auehlne^-r.,/, Jtb* 







THE C A:!. IFOENIA F ABMER. 



7y 



Pianofortes, Melodeons. 

— • MESSRS. H1LLAR * COUBTAZ, 

K Cjlitf gg a MniiLI-.clur^r. -I riANOKOHTES .nd ilE- 
7 " U SlODIOSS. tlortoo, bare e.l.bU.hed M 

Agency for the Sale of thoir Instruments, 
IK'S PACIFIC f DKSITDBK WAREIIOUSE, 



CALL AKD SEE THEM. 



PIANOS, MELODEONS, 

Alexandre Organs, and Music! > 

Prices Greatly Eednced ! Fitt'e TUrasbers, 

Horace - waters, [Hall's Thrashers, etc,, etc. 



"Bo Msny Ways (or Hii Money." 

"wo fell in company with " mn» ivhom m 
cerlnincd to bo o well -to-livc-in -the- worh 
former. In Ibe course of conversation upon™ 
■incipnllj- ngtkultnrol, »t fouui 
thalerim-as just returning from our tiHvn, wlu-r 
he had Ibat day contracted for the sole of BY 
hundred bnBhelB of n heal at seventy-five cents pc 
buibcl. From this our conversation pnsscd t 
that of newspapers; nud upon ascertaining tho 
he »B9 not a aabscriticr to any paper, vre offered 
him ours. But the ninn lind 'to ninny ways for his 
money' be could not alTonl it. We then asked him 
if he would become a subscriber in case ire irnuld 
convince him thai, if he had taken the paper, he 
srould hiive tared, In one bargain alone, five times 
the co?t of it for a year, no agreed to Ibis, and 
we took from our pocket one of our latest papers, 
inwhicb wis nn .Mlvi-rli*<.Tiicnt, offering to contract 
fo; bhv ipmnlily nf -.Trl.--.-it M ciyl.ly-<mc f'.-nls per 
bushel. Thns vre illiistrntcd to our firmer friend 
thatif he hud been a reader of our pni.er. lie micM 
have Hived iijcfiii-nn encli of lii.- five hundred 
boshetscf irhenl : Hiii!:in;-;n..tal "if ttiirty doll..r-, 
sufficient I" jmv fur tin- puin-r lor tiflecn years. He 
paid as two dollar;, nnd bit up, grovel iuy :il lilm- 
lelffor hwiiuj been so negligent of his trnciuler- 
C3L" 

S«vv Toon Pae-fhs.— A eoteinpornry wisely sug- 
gests thru rendcrj of newspapers nro UUh- aware 
what Uiey lose by destroying the issnes they ate 
dally in the habit of rending. If preserved and 
bound (which eeuld be tfoae o( a trilling expense), 




MUSIC. INSTRUMENTS, ETC. 



AGRICULTURAL STORE. 

1 D Arthur w - " A 1 * 1 ""'- 

J. D. AKTHUK & SON, 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 

Washington Street, near Davis, 



AGRICULTURAL GOODS, 

LOWEST MARKET RATES. 

Reapers & Combined Machines, 

OP ALL TEE VARIOUS STVLES : 




In Constant Receipt of Fresh Goods, ,; 

veil ndiplcd to Ibln lnnrlot, tiv clipper tb.Jp> irrirfoj during 
WILL ,-ni.l, UN AS KAVUKABLB TERMS, 



. ttj^r'X crii 



GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE 

DE. F. G. JOHNSON'S 



jrpromlsC'. Ve j r.-. -p-TU'iilly. .t 

I 1. I' .K. ('■:■,. I-. '■■!.. V-:. 



liei.iu t'jnhl lind ilepin if- ivurlhr fit" lit.- ntleuliut 

vbii,- tit file -.me.- time il v.euld iiil-inl :i li-.-Id ol d'i 

" ;hU in H'bieh llie mi .1 ri.-,on][ili?hod in iutellei: 

si nKalhmtaU could revel for days and weeks. 

In calling attention to the above, we would ask 

f reader?, if tlic-y ever reflected upon the value 

the bound volumes of the Califobsii F-ininin, 

i jean hence— and bow would they like the 

itini Ten Vtluaa already completed? The only 

history of the Agriculture of California. 



!■'..':, ..|,Y-IV. n. I- r i- 

.:7,i -. ■■'-. II ■ .- ■ I il ■ 



OlUGIS OF SKITS 



a of Queen Eliiabetb, 
cigh, for the Erst prinlc 
1 the English Hcrcurit 



von by her hlghncu 
number is preserve, 
ry, dated July 23, il 

c London Castile o 



[:;:■:' 'irl.l; .■■ 



Warerooma, 333 Broadway, N. Y. [2 



n F-irls of Itoden. Ill 
hall » strong box, , 
mia, "Tobctavcdfirat 




HOLOOMBE BEOTHEES, 




BOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS. 



HOLCOMBE BUOTHBKS. 



I 



FOKDHAM,- JENISTIDSTGrS & CO., 

steel - n:i -i 0<=>a ,-t Bloolx., - Corner Front and Jaekson streets, 

IMPORTERS. JOBBERS, AND RETAILERS, 

And Dealers In 

FLOUR, PROVISIONS, FINE WINES, TEAS, 

■070OE EN- WARE, Oca . . 

Families'. Uotcl, Slilp, Farmers' and Handlers' Stores, 

Pat tip to Order, and at the Loictst Rata. 
S-OooeJdoliveredasu.aal. 19-10] 



FORDEASI, JENKESdS 4 CO. 



PATENT SEXF-EEGOXAUNe 

WINDMILL.! 

MANUFACTDRED BY 
D. VAN FELT. 



JOSEPH GENELLA! 

# PIONEER CROCKERY STORE, 
180 and 132 Montgomery street 
Scar Jnckson street. SAW FRANCISCO. 

HAVING JUST RECEIVED A 

SEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF 
GOODS, 

Invites his Old Friends and Customs!* to call and 



This mill is kow wfTFflN tee reach of 'The Qoodshave been Bought at low Prices, 
tW.; and boiuc c^lru,:...! ,-tl ,.f iron, Li without , 



ii--.nl.llhciDi.-t [-irfccl and .lurnblc 
icN.oi.k.il Wiii.lmillin thowuild. 

IL I 1 L n [ I 



DEPOT OP MANUFACTURE. 
Nos> SO and 92 Busli Street, 



have been Mleotcd by hiuueir, _Bko has twanty 
irs" BiuoriBneo in the Croekory and Glass badness. 

GOODS ARE OFPEltED AT LOWER PRICES 

Looking Glasses I 

sLooklng Classes ! 

A Ioteo lot of Glided and Omnniontil 

Pier, Mantle, and Oval, Looking Glasses, 

^^H JOSEPH GESELLA'H 



The Anniverfary and Sunday- School 
Music Book. 

QOS'SISTjNG nfMTjilH.tJ Ufinr^ju.t nnbll.bcd bj 



Kin:: in-TO'fl ('. 'jo l,T.^-]'jcrornr mnre; aud applied 
■ ■r :■'. v t-'ar | . ■ 3 ^t fir re ■ti'l.in irv |-.-.^.-r 1- n- .-.!.- t r.n>l 
.ij t,,:i0.i-,-i. ,!.-[.: n . n S. u >,d Eikim. »ilh no ri-k r.r i-i- 
iitM. Ti.i-fe aii!ici|>:ili>ii; u.-iii( tlii.- .;li.j li. i-o-..., (ibo 
Windmill), fbouf.l n,.l t.il t- t . v. rain... THIS .MILL; 

-J.:1....T ,.Ni<,.,!i-T, .fill -Hi II II..:,,!.! 1'. U |: H -l.ltl...l.:M..l 
■ll.i'.il-.- I. ..,;,,- ili.-i: ,.ir r ii-i.:.,ll, .-,;,! I.j LI v il i- 






I It ACE WATE Ilk, A^ec l, 



r(|.. .1 H, i,.|. F I..- il...r . .-l.-ii.L-..- .:,! :]-/o'- '1 -"I..!-- ond 

ll."Al. 1- [.f.-[--,fl I 1 I i.Tr.. Il H -:!■ I-. r r..-:^]|.-|. , ll- Mill. L I | ■ ., 

■,.:1 11. |-,:1,.|., i-.-.l I Jill,- Ill !:: i.i, I M-.-l. il '.-.-.. it. ( uLJi-ii.-.J 
ii, :,:.- I--,,,.. I .s: i. ,,,, |,. I ,, ■ I .r.. Mi :■ . . i I'.. I-..-.. 
I .11,:.: pri ... Pliirlli, - * (Mpllrnl.il (>ullnr<, 

-■ '"•■! !'..! in. ■ (.).:■.. . '■- Vis .- H .l- in .Ho ( Sc hoUlich, 



II drasuku, u !5o., OSt, ood SI I 



SAN FRANCISCO. 

qnlred, the e 



nry Fan! and small r 



hi.-ll.i,,- ,i.|..,o|. : ,r.l|.:-.r, I.. :.r.,.i.,-.i,!l|.i - >( -,.|.,l lf,„ 
ill, r.b,o. i- I., I'r r.ll J. ■[,.,. .■!,'■ l'.,l:r,l -I,., l-.„- 
. ,!■..= ui -n tli..: ..rij.. :u,-l lum lli. in ..■!,:■: I-. if,.- ninl 



STREET, S: 

"ri nc rj.l'^n f? n x b i c 'h re fi ^'i, ' c , "i > 1 , ■ '■ i'V-'V 1 1 . ■ ' L r '.- '■ .' , ".-i ' ! ' ', .'-.- 
.-.it nil i-tWMill.i Uowo. or ur « l)i-;li «c havo inuitr. 

E' D. VAX PELT. 



NKW ilUBlC^-PiKoi^ini p ollB with bcaullful 
tut vl uwtIu ,'jui'^"° m ' 1 ' 1 ' pri ™ 35c ! p '." 1 ' i * C - 

'\<-i' W t'll'll- '■'."■'',; '-if|'v''' ''■ i"'. J-J-' MML-io-J iij'i'l 



in.l-.v I 'ir^l.Jlj- iirr.ir-ir.1 l, ;r ,, rj . | ,_. h1| P|J , u| 

. 1 '. r I'i i... IJ." -. n. i-l .'-l.'.-l- ... Tl:l I... ; .. h ,_ .. 
.-; jrf II. : t Hi-. 1 ■ It I - ■-■I'll -.■■ I ..I l ... ,, . 

M(pR<i-QLf lin-lr- J.'i pauDdjvdt poiU^c, 1 ccnu 







DeP° sM 1 



PEACn PITS -Fidv birreli u f ]> oa =h PlT.V,..fienv 
.operior <|.l»lilT, for "1= *T tt" b.irrol, ... l„,.li„l 
Early pgrcbsseri ill! leaurc a barjain, al Fanner Office. 



JONAS G. CLARK & CO., 

^j_P_^_ IMPORTERS f " _"P 

%"■■■•■ MANUFACTUJlBItS^SBa 

FUENITUBE, 

128 Wni-hington street, 



FINEST FURNITURE, 

and mould Invite tho alteniloo or the public to 

OUR PRESENT STOCK, 

The Largest ever offered on the Pacific Coast 



WM. H. MOORE, 

San Francisco Brass and Bell Formdery, 



NO. 59 HALLECK STREET 




Gauge- Cooks, Cylinder Cocks, Oil Globes, 
Steam Whistles, Hydraulic Pipes and Noulet 

FOR MIXING PURPOSES. 
' COUPLING JOINTS of all iltos. t10-33h 



GOAL YARD. 
C. H. EASTMAN. 

Tfliolcsaic and Retail Coal Dealer, 

Corner of Bultory nnfl Oregon Streele, 
Opposite lha Cnjlorn-htinso, 



B3- CONSTANTLY ON HAND. .£9 
Alio— Best No. 1 SCOTCJI PIG IRON. "(32- 



ji.POLlpAf^ 




FELLOW CITIZEKS; I bare lived oraone jna.Iueo 
the oier gloriou.. FOllTY-MNi:. iiavn .utfored wllh 
rou in throe Grca nnl three 13-hiJj, .n, j Intend lo live 
amonn-Tousltb my funnily durin„- the lermot my natural 
life. If not lonjior. I return jou my moit jincore thanln 

'- »-.—.-- ............ „„,| .,,„r., r t „\M, WU 

Ihn Ilollnr 



Hies to It. To this I 



I Eilobll.Ticil Leg Ilium! 



a have devoted theii 



Relieving that life in excel to all, aud that loo peorlo 
ish to know ithoto tine; e-ifi ti.l Ihi-lr presorijitiiins filled 
ith -ifetv. !i.illll..-r.:.(l.-r till ll,.„, l-.r 

ilnlr tlic Price L'.iuilly Clinrsuit 

I -. o and nt 

I Intend my i lore ib all be OMB of Ibe best. If nnl THE 
UK>V |.|.:i:e in Cilif-mi.! f. .il.Miri -:■... rubinr. S I.W, 
ODD and STRANG E in Ibn llru 6 - line, nod ..i.iri:.lly lo 

-lake H tho moit mien-iu: .I-,..'. (-.. orory vnlniil.lo 
.'su-nl Mi- lieirio. l'roi- iind Chcmltnl Wo invito |mo- 
nrietorior valuable nn-.l noil, i bio I'-itenl M.-li.-iii-.' i..-cr,il 
- — ■ th..r..... : li!y f.r,.-i-r.-.-.i- 



ioboldlbcm 

Keep li|i.-i. all Ml: lill 






the future, in tho d 

Wo hare race 
I« MllalM : W( 

5 S» 



ved (ho agoncios for the follow 



dyollofourgoodi. Wo think rro know 
m, and how to tall (horn to salhJy the 
a and duality. At all avents, gica us s 
| J. L. POLHEMliB 



MAIN & WINOHBSTER, 

■ HarnessrSauiiles, Bridies, &g 

B" ADDLE WARE, &.O., 



80 



THE CALIPOENIA F A I R M IE B . 



v,lt!i a letter fmiTi ao>rro.i[«iii'Ii-ii 
xrbirh no lay before our readers, 
CKca.-wimlly favored n-icli "tin.-,- n 
iuUr.-titis; lojjicj. The Coin tin: re ii 

March loili. comes to us foil •"' tl 
linn and fully illu'trut.-il i.itli '"<' 
iltlferCBt crater; nud of 'IFrlVrtiil • 

nnrctal, bus done himself credit ; 

nr,dl 1 i,j^"-niili-.iiu.=l.v,,nliy. 1 r|.i 
We append tbn Idler referred lo ; 

1ft Editor: Tbe first subject ii 



Dt heaving up end hammering lo pieces rocks and 
liillfl, tbeir united cJftrli wouifl not begin 
pure ivitb Ibe work of /We aou, or new eruption." 
Although nilvii 



orlh, 



; lb.' conference 



visit Hte grand and itnposii 



d hud b 
1iohI7 surf along [be 

difficult and dangcro 

by ever} 1 sehooucr, to 
igbl-^ncof Nature's must stupcudunscil 
Up to Eebruorj Iflth, judging from Ih 
■liieli lills Hie air every now nnd tbeii, i 
ind in in the right direction, wl 
ction wiw increasing. Forubuut 
a; been able to leave Honolulu, 
in [her I; ninths prevailing. 



Id a 





lock, i 
el lain 






Acfcss to Ibe [lilfer 
them, is not qnilo as 


!,, ,,,,,1 


jU ihniblc- 


Stales; uncertain act 
Ccrtnin Hawaiian bo 




olitj- in 


be United 
- bind, are 


have as vet reached 1 






e, but few 






IIutiIi '!-■'. ivlinr J IBB! 


you ii gleaned i 
of schooners, rec 


INI ■filer? 

■nlli-from 


there. For some lim 


boron 


mj dcfii 


tc inlelli- 


gence coald be gaiiiee 


MjOt 


o new cr 


ption, tbe 



iug, coald be see 
A singular pli 
one of ibo school 
Honolulu, soon 
belnecn IJolokai nod Oaho, a jlorro -loo king cloud 
arose front tho direction of Hawaii, covering Ibe 
Heavens, indicating a =qonll, 

smoke Train the miction. 

Previous to these indication;., wore seen oani 
titicK of dend fish Boating oiT tbe Islands of Mm 
and Hawaii (the latter lying lo lb,, southern! of 
the former), which could nol be necoonied for 
until the smoke and light hnrl bean seen, nod a 
confirmation of the conjecture) Ihnt the old craler 
had become mors active, or a. oeiv out-burst bad 
taken place. It Is now supposed that a submerged 
eruption Grat occurred, causing the death of mill- 
As yet il has been unattended with the usual con- 
vulsions, earthquakes. 

To-day I conversed with a gentleman who visited 
the Island by the schooner Kd Moi, which was 
churtercd to lake a parly of ilghlscw*; but be did 
not visit the burning moanuiin. He said, on passing 
the spnl where Ibe lain flowed inlo the sea, liny 
could distinctly sec the sleam arise from the water. 
The eruption is thought to be in close proximity 
or that of 1855, which caused the people of iiilo so 
much alarm. It was thought at first to lake ibe 
same eoorsc. The path it bus chosen, in nuiklng its 
way lo the sen, 1 bolievu fans only destroyed n few 
native boom nnd n fine cocoanut grove, besides 
completely filliog up (he ! a u ding-place at Pnlnoa. 
I olso learn, on the Sth of February, the Ibyq 
was still ranaing, and bad made n nntnrol break- 
water or dyke, inlo the sea, estimated at two miles 
in length. The fears of the people of Jlilo are 
Mmowlmt qu | c ,ed. The eruption being to [be 

iu reaching the i 
coat side of Hawai 
tain, filling „p a I 
and Hauon Iluab,! 



, ' , '">■ '"""'"!,''" ,i .v Hiding, l. jr . 

mum, SOBRC-HK,. „,.,„.,..,., [,„, ,.,.,„_ ,, mL , r ,|, ||u 
place nbere it reached the sea. 

Oa the evealng of January SM , the same on 
Wlllco il itm discovered, the liquid river of lava 
could only be seen ot the mouth nnd a short die. 



GROCEIUES, DAIRY I'liODUCK, ETC. 



B. F. BOUNTEEE. 

US 01, AY STHBKT. 

BUTTER! BUTTER!! BUTTER!!! 

T HAVE IN STORE, AKD FOR SaLB, AT GREAT- 

1 I. ,.:l«tJ prices: 



■ ■■ Duron: Clear snd MeH Pcrki ^^^ 

ji~, ,' m ij.irii''; Cni-lioJ .-u-.-iti ^^a£ 

Ind all ulbor (roods usoilly found ia a Oreoory Store. 

The trade of grown, families, boarding-bousa keopors 
,od farmoni, it respectfully solicited]. 

W Sly troods are generally boc(;ht at farced talcs 



FARM STOCK. fee. 




New llr.Ai'Ei:.— 


T. ■>■■■; ~h: 




11 s 


oonsc 


lis Kew Reaper, c 




















t In a day Ihao nay Reaper over 








■rite- feci $im 1 


*.!!)(>. All 








■»n ho pal la Iho 


lesi by ear 








way's have the Imt. 


TI..|i.i r Vi,i 








cnltaial Works richly dcierve am 


will 




vcafa 










at the 


Tia.berPlnaer,wh 










rem taealy inches 


doirn lo ..no 


nch. 






-Mo. If. Hancock 


Bu bben a] 


|min 




os ban 


dig Valley, Clear I 


ate, Napa eo 


,„, 







Wholesale Produoo Report 
Tbli rrpraeal. Ibe pr!ca palrl tiy ruo derier ,o die producti 
[''m™i.-J ■-■- ■ -If ItI.j ■.„:■. u-jl i i-„. l>„r,i n .,.,L.,n M,. 



A. L. EDWARDS & CO., 

GEOCEEIES, 

At 81 Clay street, above Front, 

* L. EDWAHD3 A CO. 1IAVB JDST OPENED 
Choice Fauilly Crocerlcsi, 



Ti:,\~-S:i|... r ijj fre.'b llrcou and Block, in 

:.n.| Sj.lb bOMS. 
C.VNM,t:-;-lli,!ii)i,nl, jperm, IV'ai, and best 

itv A,l.,n„„„ino. 
.-I'llAK— Oiii..t,i-J, IVw.Iorcd and Brown. 
i;ili;i:-i: -!\,lifr,roi.i nail liachamParm 
PlcnLCii— Knelbh mi. I C.i'ii.in.i.i l'i,l:U-.. In jilni... 

Enj-luh and Amorioan Pia-Pruits, 

i Merriil'i, Hope Mills 
JIuBTjnn— Californii, EoEluh and Frcecb. 
Cocoi— Ptulo*. Sbellf, aad cracked Cocoa, Broi 



MORGAN BLACK HAWK COMET 
HAYHEW'S EAKCH, 

nol 'for MABES. ' "™ EDW ^ " 

tt'K HAW 
aneniun J! 
i by Morgan Tally.Ito, nam hy Andr 

CHARLES 1 IK li.lt IV. .Ijcn 



TRAVETJKO. 



r rent h Merino Slicep 

DUR.K1H CATTLE. 

JOHN D. PATTERSON, 



French Merino Sheep and XL.l 

Thorough bred Durham Cnttlo, 



lln«.ndtl 
Oil— China Nui-I 



«■!. -,l. '-c.vl. 






















.-;,.,';: .-.-.: 




Ilai 


ss7dc 














rool'soo 


j|a™alp.,PO.. 


— 


|jH 










sk 




-H*» " 


Cihki;j, , . . 














^"'■'.'7; .','■ 


,'!..V.-;IC 


ahVej.^,™ 


an 


i"in° 


BTtn?Me?no 


an mbS£ 




a 


■• ."« 




'.-.:|fj l.pll..- K- ;■.,■,,! ,yn ,| U ,,. 










aenerLbalw 


or. 









San Fran ci- co Oattla Market 



Mi,:,-, M.-ii-L,, .,.,■. ,:■■.!,., | |, 1( f. ... ,||„„ Jirl . 
rre.nnTurliir and .-■>:]». 



«I free of cbargo lo any pari of iho oily 
A. L. EDWARDS A CO., 

No. Bl Clay itiool.afcoYo Fronl 



SAMUEL PILLSBURY, 

DEALEK IN 

BUTTER, CHEESE, ECCS 

Hams, Bacon, Lard, 

A^I^BS, OEANBERHIE9, 
And all oihcr kinds or FBUIT3 hi Iholr.iMOO. 

No. 48 Washington Market, 






Large Flock of Sheep For Sale. 



Kr"^ 1 7»™e'' 



. <i'L,[''u-\ i 



Pacific Mail Sf^iunsliiji (.'niiiiiiiny'a Line 

-T7IJV DPA.3NTJi.jVi: A. BAILROAD 

United State* Uail Steam "hip Company 

For New York and New Orleans, 

TUB OHLV SAFE AND RELIABLE ROUTE. 



HE nMGNlFlCBNT 

SONOHA, 



S WED.VKBDAV, 



By tho Panama Eallroid Company, 



linleh- AiTu=a the l-llim 



i. si. I r until I 1 : .A I...': . nil. In I.I, t... 1... | :iv . .i|.,i| ,.n, 



~ijjp For Irelijbl ur |,a. ■<,..<. .i|. r ilv in 



California Steam Havigaticn Company, 
^£^^h A " * w »" £ •", ':, A ^' :: °-' f r- ^ ^N 

l!ri:ir;i:rc tin/y/iir: Ji.;.„ lt^,..' :-!.Mf, .,: i „-,j -■ t /....,-. 
CARRYING UNITED STATES .MAIL. 



SoutMown Sheep. 






Eetail Pricns at Washington MarloL— • 
ilo-rr, P doi 



da bbek, 1* bunco 



."SJS-,:, 






do laiuanvl,..^ 9<q, 



nuliily llltr... cm In- t„, ,;.;],! ,„„ rc ,,,|,., ,,](,!_ _ 

grami, than that <>I tviineiiing at night at £??' 

listauco of Ihlrty or eve., fifty miles, ,!„.- '„.,| Coan^. 

lomilon of ton thousand feet, ^d?"' 



■-iMinTbiil^H, 1 *" -Ssfc 



■g Irani 



llll.lill, ;, 



up YohiTot. of flume and smoke lo 

fyM:'-.:':::;';:: 1 ^:::::,:::,:; ;:::; 

^"7""^"' , "^ r '— rural ,„,,.,„,..: 

orouoil-uiob,,,,!,,,^,, ^..j 

tin- .i^-a. .vlii.b il„, r,, !,,.,„. „,,.•. ..'"■■"■ 1 '" 

fiivored Tfiih. «a»W"IIttrO-oJ B I,lly 

The oldest lahobilnnls, w bo h nve „ h 
-nanynurh (, )lc |,|„ M , n , c) ^ „ ||t n ;' '« ^ 

""'»■'« km* ol fit,, beside*, there b- .„ , J . 



n by li 



ind most rapid fl , 



, dating from nito, say..- u Wq „,„ Qay/ 

on eoro«i, 1M (, H1 . fll ,| . uMi ' '; J'' 1 ' 

-d-n.hi.,!..!,,,!,,,, ,,..,,..,„,, ,„,„,;; 

'"' : " 1 " 1 " 'iiiliu." SpcnkinK of the ooe 



I'loycd ten thoawad S»^2? V "'' "' enl - 



r»ruer.....pn 



seu,' 



ALAMEDA COUNTY MILK 

»» JM33 j^ VJtrM^m 

PTTHE MIXj.^ 

ALWAYS OS HAND. 

Fresh Ranch Butter and Eggs 

A. STAPLES. H. A. llKcfwN. W- OOLDEN 

J. nrrani HI1L Le^. Lllll. 

J, BRYANT HILL & CO,, 

COHaOBSIOoT DEALEES IM 

^FRUITS, BUTTER,^ 

POULTRY, ECCS, ETC., ETC. 
6S Illcrcliaat Street, 

(Opposite Waahington Market), 

&AJKT Jr-^tA.lsrcIBCO. 

,. V '-i,™'}'-'"- 1 '-* *'■ •■■ S-"«!l, 0. n. llrl;r.. M«y.rtlla- On, 



Domestic Foirls. 

G PKRS0!13 dwlrca, of purcliulBB ■jdeadld 



Soulli-Uoivns. 



Slieep tVantcd. 

,»l 1 , I;:H:-(IN IMVING IMO OR ^™v 

■ .■ll..<b'AN F..\ , |-.^ 1 ,.| L.'.-.l hpul.tv, „lll, I.,,,,,!,, 



THE CALIEOHKIA F4SMEE 
p «OSPECTUS FOR VOLUME ELEVEN. 
" ~ Kn has nawoblerodohoo tin 
ho Elovcnlh, ai„] Ibe bit-bejl 
irnul,.aibo I'joiDoCuiumand 



.Itaincdbya, 



id ADELAIDE, 

im naalar dis natcli. . . 
For Paw— L --' 



McRtlEil i MERRILL, 



General Intelligence and EniigraHon Office, 

Mo. 3B3 Greenwich street, earner of Donne 

isr:E"w tore 

'I'lll.-l'l'-ii;!!!!.!- ,.,.,,.,..,..,,, .i.'lnn.n^^u,,,,^ 

-■ gmB n '''''oibciooJa.twuniwtiaMboiiccaMry 



Ibe public than au 


•..,„-,,„„ 






a, Ibe Sold 










'.le^fou^-bf 


nil, cnlliuj,- 


<rilb 


h'i,' 'Vi'-' K ' r '', l i"' rlr ' 


fallb, the 


aims 



..V m..ana37o 
....Pm.-.-Mc 



Gas Fixture!.. 



II "^> H-1V Innorlfr I. „,„.. .. 

men, and "■•tr.nied '' ! ni<'>\iAs."ii}v l " k " 



WOOL, HffiES, and SKINS, 

^E*'ua7'olLaj3©d 

AT TLB RIOIfEST MABKBT IUTB3, 

LONING & FUERSTEIN. 

CO PSONT BTEEET. 



L. HASKELL," 

nuuiit In 

HIDES. WOOL, 5? 

SKINS AND FTJ-RsT 





To Ponltry Eaiaers 

A CalifiubT C , a Iu'' r |'n " """ Qf ^"' P° on!l » C 
Forsalo br ""' WARRVW * r>n 



Wob* ValaS?, S'^w'irt'Si'S'JSJl •? • , ■ , <■ IKlii'Jtt dob 

toVlfc' a j«[ r |' U ra'r O, " ,r '" fcn ia ''^ ™*" *" »'o 'SS 
""'■■ '■■»' '-I '■' Ui« tMvvlog" ° a U "" 10 lQon[ tehalf, 




dldulribato' InFel 
Is Of packages. Jin 

■I" lb™ subwe 



■>a...aaSK.a-'as,g.Yar : 
in..s».»ii:'4' V""- 



a .i..d" «ft;iSfis£a; 5-"', -"' ••••>•• «. 

o. KSS'-ilSSK "J," -in .i™ ■.. „„,., 






,..:.'., . ' • 

ili'r r',;" r " r ' 'i'h!!St" Bii ** 





VOLUME XI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1859. 



NUMBER 11. 



% Mifoniiij fmnm. 



' BSBFtrZ SCIENCES. 



PUBLISHED EVEBV FRIDAY ] 



DC possessed of the treasures 
indaries without tho great im 
de. The gieat, first duty of a 
eels of her official machinery n 
a look after her 



, and 1 



valch o 



i the i 



r their welfare; li 
i a) locations of lici 
1 lead them on bj 



great 


duty of the Slate ia to beco 




sources of that territory upo 


cos r 


side, and to aid them by 



every department of labor. As from the 
springs .ill that ia good — as from tbo tortl 
what is produced from it, the great wheels i 



nal foundntions of tb< 
ty of the State to sec I 
re supplied ivifh. oil t 
tdcr to develop the tri 



ceded ir, 



7 bnuudaries. 

im, the Stole aboold, for her own wealth ai 

yitncss Is developed thereby. 

We hove been led to these remarks by knowii 
the vanU of AgrCwlturt. The Agriculture or Ca! 
« has been kept buck for years by want of 
proper ' * 



tory by v, 
ould be 



led Mid 



his notes of the 



both ii 



'■Iii^l.uiJ i 



nakiog 




THE GROVER k BAKER SEW1SO-MAC111SE MANUFACTORY, CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND TYALTHAM STREETS, BOSTOS, 1TASS. 



no. This und oar agriculture are the foundnl : 
r everything here. The miner strikes a now si 
aocc, unobserved herons, or a modification 
ime substance which has before been observ 
ut not in the siiuic form or combination, 
■nnts it nnnlyicd. With a laboratory he™, 
cck, or perhaps a day or an hour, would be 6 
clcnt lo moke the analysis. But now he m 
md to the Allnntic States, and wait for retur 
farmer, plowing in his field, li 
iw a new substance. It moyb 



tli..- I 



he above truths are worthy of nil consideration, 


try. The 


[]'■ ',',-" 








m"r'"tu' 


/'ZJ'-VL 


The. Electro Mamie tic Engine. 


what? A 


auds S. Brady, the ingenious inventor of tbis 






que Mid curl otu, as well as most important 


or woman 


- inlluenee 


chine, hue brought to our office a model of his 


it slops no 


here. Al 


-ioc, to which wc invite the attention of all 


a. month, 


or tighten 




year, and 




at poiat of this engine consists in the rapidity 


engaged i 


this work 


pplying power, or frequency of completing the 


But, till 


is in Mas 


nit on the ;circu inference of the wheel. This 


nidustn i 





carry 01 



a is worthy of special noticc- 



s plan 



aires, any per 
itions and some capital ear 
if making a snug little si 
joining the Inventor and making this new 
ridtly and successfully known. The mod 



best 



' office. 



Neglected Gnrdona, 



curies, the Atlantic States of our Union . 
iBB chemists, and why should not Callfon 
e chemists? Does she not need them mi 
than the older Slates do? Their resourte= are i 
voloped. There i« bui linle, that is new to 

State. Every year, almi 



in- Curl] 



month, is hri 
nnlyied. It m 



""""™i™ '« mucunpiili.l.,,1 ..|,,,r;,l[„,. v ., t ,j 

union, n chemical problem which would be north 

million, i.. California, it it could be solved; ii.jt ii 
WiiB eil-erimcnttd upon In Germany, in Kr.n.r," 
lu Enclan.l, nnd In Boston, New York and Pl,i!,l 
delphir, 4w B( ,i h (MB*™*, because there is no 



labura 






irtbd 



withinits borders one good chcmlei 
I supplied with apparatus? Wbs 



ur^e .imimiij 



!r the earth in dry weather tends 



II on us, at a little garden-spot wo have in charge 
the city, we will prate the truth of our (awry 
its practical results. 

Kiso-PniLiP Cons.— Tho King-Philip or Brown 
im is an eight-rowed ffcricty, modemle slied 
■aln, aud very highly spoken of by Dr. 0. T. 
n, who has prepared n chemical 
corn. King-Philip corn is of a 



inaly.i. 
leep OP 

eeni.nl i 



■>:■ iiiniiiv... 

k-.-pW ■■, 
in t\.iif,,n, 



ta keeping uur 



Grower & Baker Campaay'o Sowlng-Machlna 

Manure tory. 

We present a very fine cut of the immense 

ufnclory of this celebrated Se wing-Machine 

piny. This factory i- -imnii-d in Boston, Massa- 

niaely-nvo feet wide nnd five stories high. F 
430 lo 4C0 nieu nre continually employed tliet 



of the liirlui 






l"2 " :i " 



-mil nbmil 



ighly j 



; how will all tbii 
late* llowlsCal- 
A large li ranch of 



cinllj- lo the worn 
b rated machines 
our Slate, perfan 
ii est nnd mo 

miller work 






kinds of » 



ivicst w 



Iccpt by I 



'till this iavci 
er supposed could be perforracd e 
ring, teariog, labor of the body-u 
ing stitch I stitch I stitch I by woman, wit!) m 
in hand, so glowingly described by " Hood" 
"Song of the Shirt." But belter days nc 
n on woman in her domestic duties and laboi 
ooiv with her littlo foot upon the keys of 
ty parlor ornnment, she can imagine she Is 

imeutwill, nsdescri 






.1 all |] 






lother great good for California b 



But there Is 

lore, arising from this valuable aid I 
labor ; thousands of females who, by some suddo! 
.hango of fortune, or bereavement of protectors b. 
■ colli, are suddenly called to earn a livelihood 
iut whom health or situation in life would pre 
enl from going out lo service, may now secure ni 
lOnoratlla support by the use of these great help 
.f female labor. 

ubllshcd some facts in re 



:o tbo i 



id tho 



Ofw 









trSlcb 



crs, 


ad this w 


nlil 


open a g 


eat demand, for 


e/rla 


bur in mak 


HgU 


P these tl 


nnols Into ahirta 












lull; 


imported 


nto 


our Slato 


The Grovor k 






on 


itv.li pee 


lliirly adopted lo 




facture of 




uand knltgoods,nnd tbi-f 


1 gre 


it importn 


COB 


this Urn 




ipeel 




of 




nufaclaros In a 




lbs. To 


his 


fact wo 




u of 


11 who fc 


I interested 










eon that 




support whlel 


tho 


pi ciilinr 




IS ton 


OS of ft 


California lift have hruughl 



g from Jep/ndena o 



3Sr 


■e"hu™p U 


by 


odyre, 


dcrs will e 
thorn for 


,.„„ 


rttaT. 


port. Mo 




f the 


■fiii'lerlill 




bines 


an do, at 


A w 


nbits 


ow, and aid til 



AuDual Meeting of tho California Horticul- 
tural Socio ty. 
The Regular Annual Mceling of the California 
Horticultural Society, for the election of officers 
for the ensuing year, and other business, was held 
in this city on Wednesday, April 18th. 



neeling was called lo order by Vice President John 
dwelling, tho President, P. IV. Mncondrny, being 

The Executive Committee for the oast year mndo 
i report of their doings, which was nccepted. 
The Report represents tho Society to bo in a flour- 
B nnd satisfactory condition. It appearing 

d, Messrs. Cohen, Gusbcc and Wilson were 
ntcd a Committee lo close up the unfinished 
ess of last year, to report lo Eiccotiie 



the Secretory be allowed $30, as tompcasuiion for 
time devoted lo the Society. 

Mr. Bond moved that the thanks of the Society 
be presented to the Alia California for publishing 



whore nearcorrccl, 
nod.— Bki 1 .] 


and it 


was not i he one abova 


3n motion of Mr 


Fl 


nl, lb 
1; P^ 


Society proceeded tu 
ensuing year, 
sident of the Society 
cd n reelection. Tho 


nSHSt 




Lew 
in Ce 


"Oak Knoll ,■; tfapa. 
nttr, San Francisco; 


i-msurrr— Cliar 
9r>«/->rr^Iosep 


', 


!t..ii 


Snn Francisco. 
, San Prenclscg. 
a. rose; A. TV". White, 



Oakland; H. Guihec, San Francisco. 

On molion, Valid, That the next Annual Fair of 
the Society be held in San Francisco, commenc- 
ing on Tuesday, the 23d day of August, nnd con- 
Sir. Rumford ottered nu amendment to the Con- 
stitution, reducing the fee for Life Memberships 
from forty-five and fifty dollars, ns now, to twenty 
nnd tweiiij-five ; adopted, and laid over till next 
Annual Meeting for liunl action. 

Mr. Myers, President of ihe Alameda Agricul- 
tural Society, as Instructed by llmt Society, pre- 
sented an invitation for the members of the Cali- 
fornia Horticultural Society lo unite with them in 
Jbo Floral Exhibition at Oakland, on the 1-lth of 
Juno next, and hoped to receive their cooperation. 
The invitalion was accepted; and it was voted that 
the Society will cordially unite with tho Alameda 
ty on the occasion named, 
utter was received from Mr. L. B. Lnlhrop, of 
').=!.■, in reply lo an invitation from the Sccre- 



I M.-rl. 












ii 0.1. urn appointed the following 



Library— \. II. Myers, T. D. Woolscy, and II. F. 

Datrilmlion o/Sctdi— D. L. Perkins, G. W. Foun- 
<in, nnd C. L. Kellog. 

JV./,™/,W_Vi\ Wad iuorlb, I. li. Romford, and 

S. Silver. 

ZVfjmW-F. W. lincoudray, G. II. Beach, nnd 



Tbo Board ol Mmine-. ;r= appniiiieil the following 



apprc 



tppoi 



. llorti 



1 .Snei.lv 
received and the Dele- 

1 of tho Beports of tin 
ras referred to the old 
h instructions tu publish 



It appeared 
Milled for, ond 
nlum Fund in 



Tho Floral Fair at OnklandL 

We learn that n very interesting meeting of tho 

friends of this interesting festival was had at tho 

Council Chamber nl Oakland Inst evening. Wo 

met the President, Mr. Myers, nt Oakland, who 

prevented our being nL the mceliiic. Wo reioico 



each; one, S19 ; one, Sll ; fifteen ewes at 
I BO each. The sales amounted, in all, lo iwo 
idrcd oad eighty-two and n half dollars, and 

sheep were principally purchased by Dr. Tolnnd 
Hill city. These sheep were Kulf-Motd Meri- 

of a very good qnnlity, nnd were sold low; 
number of bidders wn* small. If those who 
o sheep (o sell would give a more extended uo- 

of the sale, or have Ihe sheep advertised a 
•onnble time, so Mail purchaser, in llie rouiilry 
could have aolice of the sale, a much better price 









Pctsrs.— Sow that the cold snap 
, sudden warm days may be os;- 
11, of coumd, alfact vegetation, 
nngaa should he guarded against, 
■ to sustain plants phrubs and trees, 
m, under this sudden heat, is to 
puasodaway; this 



II then 






iy. The best thing to npernto with 
Garden Pump offered by 



Puian, on Collfc 

n Kn-iae. v.-Lieb work; 
'"■"■ I l:ii„ii llieir vul 



^TTTHTTTALIFOEyrlA FARMER. 







T H E C A^Ll FOR NX A. F AKMER. 



83 



tiscEllaitE. 






oi Sons and Snoentti* 

the fgllowi°e iulcKslingskcld 
plMicd friend at InoBcnlciB Inst 
.!«,?* "Tie "»* children be edo 
ailing, eons most assuredly, In 



j peril?, hdve the golden 
| them onward, ond wo t 
■tincc, urged on I 



caled to some calling, son; 
ireirould urge attention lo a country me, "run 
ludustrial mdefim, as (ht profit ions cvmwhcre 
ire hut* Han fall. A good trade, veil learned, 
will not do any harm to be learned Snt, nndn pro- 
fusion can be acauired with wcallh nflerrAirds. 






II ntlKTi fail 



i add i 



the orramcnwl part ofli!c; music (other tunn Vo- 
crJ, iliac all can bavo without price), drawing, 
painting, embroidery, pic all nccoplnblt, and an 
lo lie happiness of a niicily what tbe parlor omo- 
mfjifj are to a household ; bot, if the larder !b empty, 
or the dinner ill-cooked, pictures or music will not 
[stiff? no empty stomach. The finl and grtauti 
accomplishments for a lady an her household, or 
a Ihorough knowledge of her plain domtttk dulta, 
beginning with Ike tiuhai oud progressing OTer 
every room in ber dwelling, and the girl or woman 
that has not been educate 



nooev, and nil houl any resources 
;, God help them I For if Iho gall 
life is not a familiar cup lo them 



eratity of the human fani'l. 
These remarks lead me 1 
ticcd in roj "borne" corr 
maxims" are again reiigii 
Hint necessity, once agni 

families" who liarc 



und wcr 



nay uefori 



£ad a beppv 

the mined homes of California, nineteen out ol 
every twenty would be foond lo have originated in 
n neglected domalic nfaean'on. Somclhing more is 
wanted, friend Sarles, than a semi -quaver. We 
mtntjfrn find the HryW to hman iappmui, and 
that originates in the family circle. Well tducoltd 
daogkleri, daughters fitted to adorn their stalion.- 
u wives ond mothers, edncatcd in all the primary 
laws of their being, end educated in all thedomos- 
lic duties of the honsebold, will he found to be the 
Jtry-nofe. When that is sounded then will pes] 
forth such a choral sound of sweet eetni-quavon 






tUJI-i[il:il 

aught; it 



ic great b: 



Seml-qutwors, Ho. 1. 



The year ISM witnessed 
world,a brilliancy of socio 
whose property supported 



[jroJij,-.slily 



children. 


"On 




time" the 


wen 


Ihic 


families a 




ducatcd 1 


leir son 


lo 


som 


pn 


Cessions ; 


'ater 


imilias, ic 


those d 


va, 


cale 


ulnt 


nreur.ilcl 


the' 


upa and d 


was" of 


cb 


; : 


nli 




srofcs 


on, in ol 


e bis ■' 


hou 


" take wi 




Thus it is 


that son 




ou 


rmo 


illuslriou 


men 


ibvo spra 


g from 


eve 




nine 


fimilic.5., 


ndth 


Adamses, 


Living 


hi 


Ja 


a ar 


tlamtltoL 


have, 


from Dither to sot 


k 




name and 


standi 


.g bo in- 


Drably i 




for 


the 



lined l< 



nil ■ :! 



.■IV l,,|.tis- 



implcd prospi 
forgot oil the wuraiugi of experience, a 
garded all the " good old maxims, 
'old fogy." 

Suddenly tliu storm, to nncxpected, burst, and 
:e tbc fall of an avalanche. Where but c 
short tlmo before mi the glitter and glory of aun- 
i and the goytty of andlmmed pros- 
perity suddenly was changed into gloom, and the 
langh subsided into the si^h, bappineu changed 
orrow, and adversity took tho reina 
le hand of Fortune. 
All listened dismayed to the crnsh-of the ava- 
lanche, even if they escaped; but beneath itsrulm 
.crat, the fnrtnnali 
cspil.ilisl, ttif wealthy merchant oud the iwpiriiij 



it tbc boja, 
unielvca fur 

he carefully 



cs. Why, 









.tight upshami 



girls ehcerfully "makine-a, 
logtadics, nowadays, 
fully helpless. It is not their fault, 
chargeable to their parents, Who, intent 
luslness of life themselves, and in the hopi 
■iding for thcir/utuw, mil to insure it by ci 
heir offspring properly. A profession gii 
child is a rurtune within itself. Parents 
or a moment, how your darling child— yoi 
iful daughter— will be situated if you sbi 



Innate. If sbe escape thesi 



elf ii 



who has sold he 



■isps, tc 



nnnj-m 



etter things, to dcslrui 
If she escape this, lei mo taic you into hi 
.here the orphan relative is tho child of chi 

ball I paiat her wretched dependence? Sb 
ell you how utterly broken -hearted arc ber stifled 
obs, when she goes up into ber miserable Illlli 
onnilorynnd thinks of tho cruel insult-; whiel 



nndu 



uch /oc( 



y? Ah I von 
a painful task. 



iv r ;,:; 



I letters In every leaf of the book of direct 
9 is not sua nhca tho paper is hold to the light, 



NURSERY 1)USINESS._ 
REESI TEEES1! TBBESI1I 
GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 

QEHEEAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



HAH FRANCISCO. 

(Opposite Washington Market.) 

, TBE 0N0KK31GNKH, SESPKCT- 
D [he AjeoU of A U. ■■fen' 



•a 






GRAVES * WILLIAMS, " 
Hos.67, 69, and 71, Merchant .trust, 
;,, (!l) H. T. Wllllan-.a. 




1858—1859. 

SAN JOSE NURSERY. 
iFHTJIT TREES, 

OENflMEKIAl, TREES, 

SHRUBS, PLANTS, ETC. 

18*000 ROSES, 

GKREElM-JrlOTTSE PLANTS, 
Criipc-vluc-s, Etc. Etc. 

PALM OR DATE TREES 

PorfMlly hardy In California. 
FOR EaLE IM LOTS TO SDIT PURCHASERS, 



3; Fruit and Ornamental Trees, ™ 

SHii.U133, B03ES, ETC., 
iat can bo found In any one Hursorj In California. 



the TREES carerolly picked u) 
according to diio Dad the distant 



«* R O S E S « 

IS THE LARGEST IN THE STATE; 



FIRST PREMIUM 

At the STATE TATE, hell at Ban Joso.' 

MY CATALOGUE, Kiting the different rarietlej, 
e lor this inuon, and other information, will ha 
i avarr applicant It will also bo found with mj 
A0EST3, as follows: 



SEED, PLANTS, &o. 



New-York Seed Warehouse. 

ALFALFA, 

New Crop; 
HUNGARIAN GRASS; 

Garden, Flower, Field anil Tree Seeds. 



SACRAMENTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



fta THE os.tar.il 
■\ffiir* e:m»n oj- 
S§A«»B!lo Stall 

■ tStocfcp, nndhnrc 



DS wo oOer.Mfc 



SUPERB CLOTHING 

HEUSTON, HASTINGS & CO, 

SAORAMBNTO. 



'£ $ NEW GOODS, , 

2 1 



Agricultural anfl Scienlific Books, 



All onion br mail or otb 




Toil Onloiu, Jerusalem ArUctlDtiea, 

HYACINTHS, TULIPS, LILIES, UBOOOS, 

JAPONIOAS, 

And a rarlot j of other Bnlbous Roots. 

PHUNINO AND BUOniMQ KNIVES, and rletf at 

And reeoirinr bj arerj Eiprcas from tha States, and 

Field, Garden, Flower, Fruit and Tree 
SEEDS, &c. 

presft or othorwlw ; and .11 orden illreclod to 8. W. MOORE, 
Swd WarcW-e, 110 California itreri. nil] meet wliL prompt 



S. W. MOORE, 

Seed Ware House, 

110 California itreet 



SEEDS! 'SEEDS!! 

Crop of 1838. 



SS'IfflsS?S! 



j had 



th»J had r^ 



reu the t 



to look 



ic has subsided, 
splendid man- 
io longer dai ile; 







wealth hare pagicd 


away. His prosper 


ly w 111 


e the name ofachild 


mitten an the unndj, 




shore; his "fdeuds" 


Tha have escaped 


o sol kn 


w him on the itreet, 






> miterahle wreck or 


a wife and to his e 


11 more 


iscrable children, it 






a a back street, or 








the midst of «ant u 


nil sorrow 


-where therm/ poor 




c lite hy 


desperate resources. 


The phjaicul nr.U 


heoooijii 




il falls to convoy n 


iy Just id 




which has envelop 


dtbe mi 




In the haunts of 






that the brilliant i 






transformed, in r 






Without.* Preicnl 


or the hope of a future, whai a 


(Any i ; bumanilj. 






ib t imicrLi it iMMnmiiiMiiiiiii.iipn 


of the panic ivhiel 


has so 


ately spread over tho 


world, duos not fal 


with all 


ib.tlerncs9,sohcnvi 



t Its balsamic indue 



18S9. *$$& <fiaTME» 1859. 

FREEMAN & CO.'S 

NSW YORE and CALIFORNIA EXPRESS, 



Capllol I 



li.li i-.i-i il:. . Oregon, 
ih Columbia, end ui 



GENERAL EXPRESS, 

Forwarding and Commiuion Business, 

..„;, ]..m-- , .'..-„,:■ I,, ru. 1 r ! i ■ .11., - I'rflglil, Pncti- 

S0TE3, DRAFTS, BILLS, AND ACCOUNTS, 
COMMISSIONS AND CONSIGNMENTS, 

ol Good*, and all mallcm pertaining 
rcaa Buatuea', i.f,.ti,[ -.v. l ,.. ,,,]..! 
-ardial and deposited for u»y or 






who h: 



p In idlon 

uiilibu il 



io have ijuolTed the 

silts novelty, Ihcy hare only commented to a 
luialo I i cat , ng arau K bu and arc utterly casidoi 
hy the rai.f orlDn(a ff bith blivc OTer[akrn lutn)p n 
ot pourwtd of a solitary grain of pbiloi 
phy with which i„ f„riif v ihnntelres in their su 
den "slnrt nfrcb" in life. 

learned as uccumpllebmcn 



^asmSc a° "tu/'s "'iM','.''i';-',n" L i:'J'!|,4 D '"7 r ;,"' t 

J ( ";.- M ■■■, ..Il J. 11. [:l On II- N.„ll:-.., .!::■! !" ■ : .., "J, :■ , 

rir«nl' tbi.^orrj-l C "Tlw °o 'ciMymiis,' l.'- /■-■■> 
UaiaUni,, br n.cir con.oiinca. 

PillNCIPAL 0FFI0E3 : 



IFr-aehet 

IHRECTORS : 
jiihn 11. Freeman, Freeman Cobb 

Josiah Hodden, joiuj K BUmson, 

Cbaa. B. Hij;g ins, L. Wlnchettar 

Eonrj Oregory. 
JOHN M. PHEEMah, P,™!*,^. 

oiua a. mooiN?, u^iii!>sD\ m i a , raia ^ Ca , al , 

SU i::-. :. . -. ttucb !!■ '. !-:■ ■ 10 



MESSRS. GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 

MESSRS. STODT i. SARGENT,- Stockton. 

MONS'R JACQUIER, Sonora. 

L. PEEVO 



CALIFORNIA TUBS, 

OallJorioia, 3F*4\lls ! 
CALIFORNIA WINES, 

Oalifornla Ales ! 

COLLINS WADHAMS, 



112 Bcvtrtoi'-y Stroot, 

SAN FBAITOISOO, 



■ CALIFOIUilA [1 



d f ALIFOBNIA 1' 



Tbe Genuine Dry PB l , u 

SANDWICH ISLANDS, 

JACOB SOHEIEBEB, 



Most dooi 



.1 IIou 



r DRY PULU Is Iho llealtbltst, SofioU, Cho.pcit, 

meat Durable material for Bedding son In nio. 

r Final will not llrn bFoLO Ssonuio. Jo3m 



TAKE NOTICE, 

lortlii ItKU.tlll.l- ■■:■;■,". .i .':■■■ .':-,..■'..■ (...-. 

Foreign and Fancy Grape Roots, 

Peach and Cherry Trees, 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 



SEEDS ! 

Fa^esli A.Ti'ivals 
« Agricultural and Horticiillnral k 

S SEED STORE, -^ 

NO. 108 CALIFORNIA STREET. 

Hew Crop of 1858: 



looo im. Alratf., 

(W lb,. Iir.j Clover, 

Will,. While l-ik-h ilo, 
JM 11... Ti!„.,ll,i^...l, 
&.I bu.hcl. lllir.Hi.n... 

£0 " IledTopariiD, 
M " BayOroiu, 
ffllu MliodLairndo, 

30U0 Iba. Karlj Kent Peas, 


100 bu.bola Poach Pits, 
.'W lb. Usaco Orango, 
U'bllo French So G ar-Bcot, 

lt.-!t. J-jlTtcdllill-l-i 

Onlun, " " 

aa " •• 

Radlah. " " 
Melon, ' " " 


:■■'!.'•'! aaorlod Fruit Treos. 


DUTCH BULBOUS ROOTS. 


Douhlo nraelnths, 1 Itanunealai, • 

\l«lj)o!, Al,.,i, ..:,■■'. Tulu-i. T„l. .■:,■.;,:■, 

Ironn Iiapo.ial, Crocus, Irlt, 


Alio, a Tull collection of nil kinds of FIELD. FRUIT 


OARDEtJ, and FLOWER SEEDS; all or nbloh we can 


Sold wholcialo and retail, In qaantltloi to anil liar 


ohaaerf,atonrSoodSloro. Alio, Pinning Shoan, Bud 


dice and Frabln* Knlrti, ola. 
N.B.-Allordorifor«nrdod to J. P. SWEBNTACO. 


Seedamoa aad Florists, irlll moot mlh Immediate at- 


. J, P. SWEESE ACQ, 


IT 3m 103 California atroot, 3aji Franolsco. 



WILLIAM THURNADBlt, 
Importer of Froneh and German 

FANCY BASKETS, 

English and American Willow-ware 

!■» and Willow Chain, I.adl.s' Work-standi 

TOTS, ETC. 

l» l an M B, "" J, " M > ^«»eoa Comioorolal add Clor, 




ft 5 2 



LATEST STYLES. 



•TJae TTjCa,<3.e>reisxxe><3. 

PLEDGE THtUaELVES, THAT BV THEIIl LOHO 



BEST STOCKS OF CLOTHING 

OS THE PACIFIC COAST. 

and TUB TBVEST NATURAL FIT OF THE 
BAllMENT. 

EVERY ARTICLE FOR TOG WARDROBE READY. 
I1I.I STO\ . HASTINGS Si. CO., 

'i -im Corner J and Second streets, Sacramento. 



WOOL WANTED. 



WILL PAY CASH FOR 

-ra- *Kj» a d_ j 9 

THE E3srST7XI»-CJ- SEASON. 

THOSE IIAVrNG WOOL TO SELL WILL FIHD 
nuking utea laiiolis at OFFICE, en 

J Street, between Front and Second, 

Or, at Citff Market: 

Sacramento. 
Som N. ». STANVTOOD. 



EIPPON & HILL, 



PACIFIC MANUFACTORY 

EMPOSITJM, 
Manufacturers of all kinds of 



Largo and Small, for every busin 



CHAS. ZEITLER & CO., 

DEAlElta III 

American and English 

tFINE CUTLERY, 
FARMERS' MECHANICS' 



Beat Agricultural Implements, 
HARVESTING- TOOLS, 

GRAIN CRADLES, 



WM. B. HUNT, 

HIDES, S Ii I \ S , jTj 
WOOL asd TALLOW. ™ 



OHlco on Second street, n 



SAnBAMnifTO. 



Fremitim marblo Works ! 

I*. J". DBVINB Be BROTHER, 
IC alrcet, corner Sluh, 

SACKAMEHTO, CM.. 

Marble Manlolt and Orates. Monnmonts, Tomb and 

Or.in. M-r,:; InbloinJ Counlor 1V. [U , Marble ond Eroo- 
r,„.„Ti|,.. iir.ir.il.; ,"1 rn.ojio.ieaill.j nil J Lintels, Ao., 
Au , enmunll)' on bond and made to order, on reasonabla 

All klnda of Omnmontal Work done rrlth dispatch. 



Pioneer Establislunoct. 

ailafof FISH ot all kindj;(3S\ 

. [nen U rin B Qf P rWnAnISj#BJ 

AND BACON. Ah-... j . , .,;.|. ii„. : [ sniciiMiiaaU 
(,fSinok<dr.ml l'1'kv ,: ;.,|i,,,,„„| |[..r,i[it" narrnnlod 
ot ,or*rlor nuiilUy. fn piokonca lo «nit. 

The Sntecribor ig iioit oagrinro'l In Pork Paoklni, and 
ladeairomor cileiidlnic ibo tiu..|n.;-. i f^r ihal rnriioi" bo 
rrlll pLroba;o vroll-f:,il cl l II., EB ir, nor .|uantltr. 

Tbe Smokioa; of Beef ii nlio a branch aitonded to at 

KT On band and for sale-one hnndrtd tons or SALT 

— l.il.jIK-jl, 51. '.j., ,Mm. I-.,,,,!.!!..; I.1..D.1 nlld Cbiml 

BUI, oraopuior qoaliij. QEO. COOPER, 

— ' -vpnoaitsWat m 



vlO-l 



Traan'to. 



LadleH' Dress Trim nil net!) 

KCOSIj3H-!Z' j TJN'JOEIst-IiIN'BlM - , 

HOOP SKIRTS, 

And otorj mtlolo for Lndloa' and Cbllilran'i use. 
MRS. D- NOKCROSa, 
144 Sacismeolo stunt, aboro Monltomorr- 

Pacino Fringe Slanulactorr 1 1 1 

DltESS TllIMMINaS CORDS, 

tllKDLBS, TASSELS, .'-o. 

CenatostlT on hand and made lo order. 

D. N0R0K05S, 
4 144 Sacramento itreet, above Mnntromeir 



"thIToAX IFOBNI A IF A B M E B, 




Three In, []•:..■■■ ir.uk t-j lilt amount of Sii) 000 per 

month, each ; 
Thru' Ik.u •:,.;: ..li, ini-.jrit-s iimonnlilli; frrjoi M~ 

to $;o,Ooti pur month, each ; 

nor month; 
Thrt-o li"ii-i..-, irmlrs to the amount of S IM,uor, io 
SBO,0M pec mouth, each. 
This shows, in some degree, the magnitude of 
the trade; mid lucre arc others bc/e, and in oilier 
cities, who import mora or It??. Bomc may be 
Surprised ot tbtia Itttlltlc*- but they oic out far 



Suppose all (In- 5iiif,l;.rj slinulil gather together 


interests, the 


and puff! puffl puff!— all a I the same limi irhat 


over the Htat 


a "pnff ' it ironic! be fur Ihe Tobacco Trade I And 


prtnim, for t 


yet, In a country llko ours, where wo can raise 








the million fur [bit weed. 


attttcnu; wh 


We following i> the statement otlndcd lo: 


those who toll 


It hxi been estimated thot the coosumntion of 
" '.". ' '''■"''■ «r. J Oregon omounlB to I'.ie 




meritorious v, 



Oregon aadrtclo-.ij , 

Tjedncl (roio hi, f,,, Bcttll . iai (ttUi 






BcJoel oo 


■Bakers 


Allow tbrc 


e cl,r«r« to each roan pc 



T il'llli Sr» ( . „ ill ;-„„. , 

r-.nr,,,.. .'.','" '.■■' ' Lr l' , '- : ' 1 " .•■' : "-'« "I": 'if. <.| 

.„„ ..,„, | ',""---Aii.itbi. Itiv.v. b v j.i:..i,: hll _ 
lln- iir.-l ,.:;■ ii" ■ " '"■'" <"''il'i(.-,i. m„l [,,.,); 
">ir ',111 -,- „].',.,, "■' ,: ,!T /<inc, niidronbewcnoi 
fine product ii.:i;,'t , '^; i , ,'^ L ;':' J ' nn0 """jollier 

Snw Cmp at Woo,, ^T" j 

clip i. iii.ii 1„. i n( , |, r ,.,„,,, , -'' of the new 

100,000 ponads i"r P hi PBltal ^ i^.^,1 about 



re rumple!.; th.m Ihii.-L- rl 
ret, It cost the society o: 
e oaoof Hie following yi 



pure for the coming ,i m 
mvc in clturgo the grcn 
in this Slate, will no 






' products 

ling to. — Si 2 5, 000,000 

■; the vulue of (he nericulturc ns now 
I- the dairia ofCttlifornin. 
animals slaughtered in 

Hi" [■uii.,il Wi, lt ..> ; i„ |^;,r i,.,-, >!!_■ ,-,,,„ 

' s of Toultry ] -,'„ ., 

" Egg* 6>ty)<H) 

5130,000,000 

oducts of Ills United Stnles in fhcyenr l*f,7 d 

}p that wo arc rather surprised that onr eoicm- 



DoraenHo Inamorata, 







d of the awards 


mean log lose. " God a Iwt." Domestic In. 




niniir.it.i loic in the domestic circle; love in the 


deeply regret to 


homo, n union of loving ones. JlBrston says 








The purpose of the writers in the column* n 








>'•"■■ ni-il-e hom.. „,.,r,. I,k,,,,i ,,„,| , l;l])1 , v . llli| fuf 




this yod-tiko purpnse their nlms and li, , | u - 


rricved, that wo 


been one, "one In love." Thus we have ilie full 


cerelj trust, Hut 


I "" l111 " H " f ,1,la hertiirier lo be t, doul.lv -rl„ri.„|. 




',';;; i;,;^ 1 ; 1 ;; «"iuw, Jwib m , Walker, or Wob! 


isU" are issued 


This is os it 


We find recorded in the Gospel of St. John the 


o'ctlfclwu" 


chapter, verses tw^ty-ono !o twentyX'c" in,'!!'! 


fmrnnropliccd 


site, fully coveol, the meaning of the word , nn d 






vho know nolh-- 


described. The twelfth verao tells, loo, them ly ero 






arise from such 


"l».'y-..pr,..,di,, K .li ^[,-ioi,. be l, e[r( ,jed will, a 



Hit inl mitmlcd, and remind all who mi 

11 P""i ll-.l:, !1„,1 ;.„„,! ,,. a , h , „f ., 



E SuKEP._ByB.dipi 






o very fine long-wool 

_-- ...vcn have arrived, We 

■ uLmat tubes (Black Hawk) Stables. They 
nrge nnd my liandBome and will add | U the 
* or our stock for hlnntets and flannel wool 

Sait is Goon Wo t 

p tho Sow Sail Poetry t 
i our column (. Wo bar, 





Tntl PATKST SELr-IlKOULi.TtSO Wi.VD.slJLL.— 


n. But look u ih on him, his bloodshot 


Tb.s mill, now mannjaelnroil by D. Vnn Pelt, 02 IJujh 




slroet, la csloemcd, 1} all tbm fry ,1, to bo ono of Iho 


enc-li a. sight. But this is' but n single 
vlioro reverses are freqnent, slionld al- 
sny, "/ftoncmy trade t^ft, that will save 


bes! milli yet invnntod. Thij mill is pronounced by 
those who hove u,«./ >1 ns the perfection of mills. It is 


* I^rferUy .•ell-n^olnliog ^nd self-proleellng mill, and, 








t me a useful trade, nnd Irtugbt me the 


caslenally, to protect the working power, nnd a Utile 


earn, n i.ill lost generation:-. This mill ij a decidedly 


Xh8 LodieB' Departmont 




vowc can point to Iho Lndies' Doparl- 


°hVndvcrllic'meiit'in 'Zt^La!!!''''' '^''' W " "'" '" 




InamorolB." Then 
istinct article 



To -WnnTiflBnH. — Thanks to 
sine friends; we shall endeavor 
'idoolrenli 
ilpul bouBos, will C iu nre (o m 0SCH .[ 
he very best of every kind. 



"fiMl :m possible. Wcnreoblig,.;, ;'"' 
.owntllnt, ; we eiinno, !,..!„ .. ^ '" 



THE OALIFOENIA FARMER. 



85 




To. r,crad.Ile>noeral *P a»t wp JWJ, «■ 
f»m .ho Mstaika d*ta on Mondav last y.el.lcd thlrtj-- 

8 o f gold. ____ 

Tire "Hcrw; and Martyr, of Selenea" was delivered 
tr..vr .1. U,.ubkr, I-:, i- tef-ire llw Stocfclon Sotitly 



or Sat 



,] Ui,h.i 



IglsUft. 



Tasty. Ittssaidaonnitooffariacn'aTOnowcaeT.ged 
totting grail. Usrullr, mowing docs not begin then 
dom Ilie Bill or tutb of April. 



A Srcmc.i 


oponuionononftebodyo 


a Chinaman 


nbo Das been 






is petforacd at Plscon 




srgt piilirnt 


f irota nw rrota the incisi 


n. 


ed that a rich strata of coal 


has been dis 


OOTOitd new 


I'rtrieeot City, and thai a 


company ha 


x*n organlM 


f. r irj'j i ■ m i J 1 ■ : " ^ " : "'"]l>Li' 






cOre-dor Coal Componj. 




ce bas born c'i.il>li?lied nr 


on Antonio 


Meniere)- wu 


tr, and Hr. Francis Sylves 


or appointc 


•ostraa--1cr. P 


::■ n.- liv. ini: er.rr..-|'..:i.Kiil.. in S.u, A li !■ 




0., must bo c»t>^ci..!l\ L-.][Y r 


] ir, n-l.ln; 


b E tlicir loUo 
At loo ole 


, s irit,,;laenamooftboeo 


ntj iu folL 


ion in San Jose, under th 


newenartet 


ho following 




oj: Thorn. 


?allon, Wbto 


; J. D.aonn, Hanhnl; 


V. R. D»Ti 


Kuam; A- 




at, WQIiaco 


11. G. Woody, 


.ill -l..r.-.- .l|.,rr,-.n. l-:m 


Inton. 


A. Emrrn 


ir..li- (.:-.] I.v ri„. ij r ,„,.J ,1 


ry of Sacra 








o boil in the 


urn of .= !i"'U, II trill bo rem 


cmborcd lha 


Mr. Horns' in 
bis life to do 


nriia "-.re so severe thai fi 




paired of. 





; Aol to grant the right la iiatuoro tbo XavigatI 
ofPctalutna Creek has become a law. The City nfret- 

, siral 3 bloa and otbcnrltc iraproro the navigat 



lat. I^s^ilaturc hu passed the bill granting to tl 
Bad Humboldt, the Slate's portion of tbo Poll Tax, fi 



The Celestials bore hit npoa an admirable method of 
liijuiilnling the fan cral expenses of their defunct em 
. The PlscerviUc Observer Li informed, that l 
one of their number dies, they imiacdiBlely tend 



m Culnmbia. eajp Iho Sen 



offhonci 



of free water. II 
ill at great uitcni 
jnji" is iho nam i 
ind Columbia, nor, 



in fact, fr 



The aaali- 



pottant per?onn.'.= lire [i:\'r.:ni:<T- 



lluviln,: 



ould c 



Loti Pmce or Passjic.e os tub Biveh Steam- 

i since, ntiil should goai there rrcro from 000 

00 passengers. Price, SI, cabin ; 60 cents, 

deck — ant! rut* n crowd, and tueX nn atnoiphire a? 

donor's worth. Wo board tunny persona say thoy 
Bther pny ?5 and go io less crowded boats— 
ftel safe nnd eomfortnbte, Ibnn go in each nj'ant; it 
shows, however, that pcoplo will travel when it 
to.', but lOtte All was done that could be by of- 
ficers io snch a crowd— but we could not but 
reflect upon the risks in case of any dnm- 
go lo (he Manner, ns there were nor. boats 
nough lo carry one-eighth of the pnsscngers. We 
obld suggest thru the owner of the Quart City 
aould ciiu'e the windows above the saloon to be 
pened for fresh nir, as the ventilation is bad, and 



f Ibis 



o go Ion 



with tn 



TVe would hope n!so, 
thai the anloon be kept free, if possible, from the 
fumes of tobacco, os several ladies were mode sick 
y persons who had not good manners enoogh to 
eep them from smoking, even directly at Iho cn- 
■anee of the ladies' saloon. There is also a great 
ant of good breeding nionifesltd by many pcr- 
ons traveling on steamers ; they seem lo forget 
lat it is itl manniTj to stand or promenade in a 
dies' saloon, with hat on ; thoy forget, also, that 

their rcfpectfo! conduct to her sex is always a tri- 
:lr own mother. 



ncrs who bave boroe arms ngaiosl the Uu 
ales within three years. The mole porlio 



Are tde Stabs Isu 
■osonoblo they woulc 



the Giver of all good, in the: 
ir the earth, insignificant in ci 
lib created intelligence, and 



, myriad* of GtJua ;, an- 
n of '^n-1 if inlinliil(.-J; i 



litlk- lower than 
i treads beneath 
ieheroolh, to the 



•rlil-: I 



jethe 



ii.ll.rl. 



H:- IU [.111(1 

■!"> -1 1" 

by theiv names." 

liiiildini-.i in 



lc Senators, Meisrs. Qwla and 

rcieutalivc licKibben and Gen. Dt 

duly bound, w e ,h 0uln welcome back again lliose 
who have been labcriug for the great interests of 
the Slate, ifcl wo wou ]d more particolnrly wol- 
eome one whose mi.jinn has been of particular 
interest lo uiir Stale, and in whose efforts we have 
been more thonustially intcreited. We mean Col. 
Turner, who wenl Kasl to proeure the maebinery 
for the fir it molen manufactory l n California 

p that maehinery wnu ■hipped oo the cllpptr C'.i'rl.,,,,, 

xlng, by October neit. To an enterprise of thi, 
kind, every lover of California shonld bid God 
neetedwltb the pro?- 



PROSPECTUS FOR VOLUME ELEVEN. 
The Ca Linns i a Fabiicb bu now onterod upon the 
ow Volume, munbeiin; the Eleventh, and Iho highest 
lolnodlyany wooklijooraalon Iho PaoiDo ComU, and 



s the public than oar own— among whleh itoadi 
norahla A1U California, Ibe flolden Era, and Iho E 
anclieo Herald -wo do claim to have been ai loni 

..:er iMulilj |.oisiii.ii- .air eillinc, wllhool ehnoct 



A. Iho founder and proprietor of Iho fint Agrienllural 

:,!,] M,-!, .i:n. ,1 J. .iln.il ■■;, l!,., I'.,.ib.-, ... I. .!].,... .-.o 
r.vi .:lai:a nitti ■ M(. ,1- r.r.-i: ■■! [ Ai-: an.l ■ Tiffi.-.-li-.-ri, .1 
iu5t;hareof!Uii]=)rl fr..m Ibe ciiimaj of Ibis Stale, fo! 

"fbl'lak.t.it.'^rcSiNrnia. It^'oot 0er™™yVrVui 
caumeralo all Iho cood tjjinffa wo .hall du io oar Efan 

V..luui, .,■■■: rromui nocforful thin-- f. Jf •-.: I:..,- 1 ill..- 
.:(,., r.i-t-r '-', Ik- i''iiiii-n i, I..:. :>-.-in:o.i n -n I* rtouin 
Ihli at ear band:. Bat this tie dr, rroralio : 

IV -.- n..Mti i!l, :■■- Y.|ii!i,i.|,:ll ter-j|.eri-r tu ,ill il. 
,-:,- )-■■--.■ >r...an.] our aim iball be lo make .,.viv V.,L ulu -. 
Iiinr ..vij.-o;.. .rimiiroyclaent. Wo incin HjeC.iLii -a 

IboCTeallolerut.of Iho A f -rituUurL't.' orCjIifr.rala i [i 

.i,,ll -,i- .l-il,.l-,ll .,,-..] :■,!■.•, .■,.|i...-; ll c.|., ! ir"b,mi 
,;..i„ ..111,1.1,..." .-,-i.| «-,.(,.■ !l, l.-.nlo f.„ MvrfiariLti .» 

Arli.-=r.r. i.. [l,-br.:ili.. : !ir. I-. n. We 'hall eve: 

cilL-oolte theciupo'.f Acrleuiluro, MLnine, Mouufi.oturcp 

r-erltj aod hnprilnep'. We fholl advoealo Iho ea'uio o 

ih J "ra™v'o"imefo?advwairtho C B"eicdT™nfjIome'i 

E Piiili-.i, f.,r n-..rnc, H.:iulitjir. s and I'r..(.-.-ti..- I[..,u,. 
i.i.l I i, .I- MMil.. I'lil. ll-i-i urn ll.c ,:,iii;i|l.-. l),:r -"■ 
euide a. in our labor., and at [he ,:al.*in- .(or and 
light of home 1. woman, m wo .hail oyer plead P.. 



perity and glor 






ore looked for 

may he the day when lha first elephant will ,Up 

ltponnur .ho™, although there are hundreds 



lliht of home 1. woman, k, wo .hall 
odacatlon of wocaao ai tho niro way to 
"■- -world. 

eie arc tbo cardinal principle. 

workshop, manufactory, wore h-i n:o or j,Lm ™, huiln"' 
ir. mi. In, I; md wo furl tor dcilro. lo bavo U lo every 
r. . -. i . i. i > ,.h.i... i„ ..i, r ,H-..:i-. i- L-, i.d-. i( t.. ihero ko tvoulj 

our .ureit frien^lo "hem wefnA, o" Lbem woro'ly fol 

■'.■■ ■ .il.:.;.-' .:■;.. . i ,;..■ ■.. -:'- i;. 1.1.1-i. v ..'.. - ,.■ 

rojod. 

■- ■. I- - 1 r ",:■,, [.Lr L. ii In thu work Aiuon 

to ofTor a jail return for any oxortloa inado loour boh; 

io nlllo[:»i (be following 

Every iln c lo labscriber, wilh 95, (hall bo enllUcd 
S«d. weilull dbjtriliolc iuf-ebru.irv, L-.,i,.:i.ti,^.:f„ 
■ml lh.,oiaoJ, of piekaga. Each oon .ubscrlbor In 

^ Clubi oF",.co eJ 

tfio UliirpH'Srlm, foroni ■.. ,. 

Ibf" pjfjJ" ,Wril » r " °od m, no will rcoil f 

ffi-ii'ol:cHUnand»SO, wo will glva leneonleiof 
IhetAnac. AiImIU JlonlblT, Arlhnr'. Home Jloea- 
I.ne, Ilarpoi ■, Honihl, th. Lilllo l'ileilm, and an o.tra 



Bbm ?" n» tu. P«™^m have a goo 

earner, who will i tJ7l! U ol J0U[ . ^^^^^ 
Sit a m^ and full o( matter, of Intetest toallwho 
love Califorolo. 



F.vniiEn nnd il 
"Gloves Off." 



Tbo communication from J. F. E., from the 
Sunny South," has nfTorrlcrJ us most sincere 
pleasure; the tone and spirit or that letter show 
ic impress of a strong and vigorous mind, n lofty 
ipirntlon, high resolve nnd exalted virtue. We 
shall avail ourselves of the opportunity lo extract 
ms of these "good thoughts" nnd present 
with other gems that we find scattered over 
pngo. 1'ur the tribute to our journal nnd 
Hucoct; wo are profoundly grateful. 



SPECIAL NOTICES. 
f 1URB. P. E, HOGE BS— Family HcwI.iB 

no plcuiJ to lc.ro tbit Ma.. P. E. Hooeu, wawi 
il operatloo upon tho OltOV£ll i B.IKEII SEWING 
JIAC-niSB li-.' elL'Su-.] utilverdil fin in ends lien Ijiroughou! 
JO. and .1 .11 the Fair, been awarded Ibe bl E he.t Pre 
ba.af.lnrc.umed her Define- ...r ibnKJ. w .-T..>l!i: ...: 
fJrovu * Eaior's Sevrlng Machine Company, a"o. us 

>! ,;,. iii.i)' street, nbcro dc*erlpllon of Floln ami 

mtal FAMILY SEWl.VG will bo eiceeled In the bral 

•Tllia CLOTHS prepared for Pioorin B WUU, will 



. tb« the Hcli 

„,.l. I (- M.S. 



:■] iM.ll'l'.'ii.'! 






', AfiEKTS of tbo DEST STOCK 
wp have apcrial tdvlecu liy last tna 



CUT THIS OUT AND PRESERVE IT, 
AKD 1VHES TOU TFAKT THE 

Best Doulilc-Aoling, lifting and Forcing 
PUMPS 

TO S33 HAD IIST THE STATE, 



Hoose, factory or Mining Dec, 



Flre-Euglnes, ana Irrigation. 

I'.H:.. -..-crhi,; I . ,L.i, lr.!ioS13 1o8350. Ercrj Pum. 



DOUBLE-ACTING 
COPPER PTTIUTJPS, 



Three - ply Bubber Forcing Hose, 

All siics Lead-Pipe, Couplings, and athor Futtcrei. 



JOS. S. PASSON, 



SALT!! SALT!!! 

WASHINGTON MILLS, 

Corner niarkct anrl Beale streets, 

BA.JST FEANCI8GO. 



fr.jin_ llmi.u -Mll-I.^ 1'iirticiil-ii' uileaLl-u" ij "paid | 

SAIiO? 

Of a Btiperior qnality, for Table Um, 



-[erefainb, Trade ri', H.,1,11;. .■, 



j shall deal with tboa 



Tea Dairymeii, 

bu, tt 
PROVISION PACKERS 

n ill find oar SALT Tcrj oicallonl for naeklac ProTlil 

S5a t shpacio5v i W i 



iT,.r. !.>■:■. Iill|.....i-:l 



in the Easl 
idt mar Undl jfui 



li^'v.".l.T^^L^n)!^f■J[lo■lnVl•v■'r.■v rl "h;!,'!;l D ^•" t, A 

oarF A na.aa. WARttfeN 4 CO. 



EACHJB HOTHL, 



ndhailto-fittcdthos 



_ErorrLan 
'ThoUudorslgned aioln 1 



OlKtABP, April 14, 1BS0. 



JOSEPH DAVIS. 



GEOVEE & BAKER 
SEWING MACHINES 




Tin: cii!i.vi:u & baker s. 
aiunmed tbo Buelntd. hcretoful 

For Hit) Sale of our Machines in this City, 

COMMODIOUS AND CENTRAL STORE, 
No. IIS Montgomery Street, 

AHD WOULD INVITE THE SPECIAL ATTENT10M Of 

Xiadles, 

And all who bare an Inteieit In 

DOMESTIC ECONOMY, 

And tbo Emancipation of Ibe FEMALE SEX from Iht 






<*?'» 



ork of tho 



id Stvlei 

FAMILY SEWINC MACHINES, 



lalolj perfected, and introduced It 



GBOVER &. DiKER FATEKT, 

U«e la addition many Kan and Valuable Improte. 

laoos. Hid ..re in. .re .nui'.- in i-ti.1 r it,-n. : .[, ; 

mate len ncUo, ran fa.ter, and perform 

A Greater Variety or Sewing 1 , 

than anr other Senlns .Machine extant. 
Thocapabllitlo; .T u ur M,..!iic.v otu n"t limited to any 



A XEW IIE313IHVG ATTACUHEST 

Can be procured or in, for either Old or Ken Styles of 
TT'rnnily 3VSCT03iLT^ OS. 

That our .Machines mar dlij-cnso their heneBta Ibrongb- 

IIAVE MAHE A LAKGE "' BED I •': [OH 

ff..m i,ur r-rm.it Ri,tt., n.i.l niili pleasure- annonac* 
nnr Price.— from 

S7f5 to S160 ; 

Be?" Varying, according to aire and Cniih. .JS11 

For Bng-rnals-ins, 

And all Manufaeturine nhero Se»in E i roanlred, out 

MANUFACTURING MACHINES 



MarLiner, Pri.;c\ .l..i, :pr,f |L-r mnil. All Machines 
TTonontcJ. All orJora f.ir Ni;i'.[)l.i: ; , lUTIJC,'"" 
1' .Villi, COTTOM, Hie. uio.i do ie..-..iii|.i.ileil by C 
-GIIOVER & 1SAKF.H S SI COM PAS V, 



ELLIOT & BELL, 




Comer California and Montgomery streets. 

SAN FRAKCIBOO: 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

DEALERS IN 

T E A. I 

BOGABS, 1ARD, 

UOL ASSES, CHEESE, 

CANDLES, EGOS, 

HSU, PORK, 

OIL, II AliS, 

FLOTJB, RXIESAXjS, 

And various Farinaeeons Preparations. 
Prrtintd P'.ulli, SKiim Ware, 






r^" CHOICE FRESH 11 



Cloth ana Clotblug TVarelioase, 

WYMAN A CO.'S SCl'ERFINE OLOTHINO. 
Cloths, Outlnioret, Vaitlnfa and Tailor's Trimmings, 

Gentlemen's Fine Furnlsliing Goods, 

Aim, Brooka' cjlot.r.iiiU'.ilf, I'.dr.i-I^itior, Dnmand 
Walcr-pe.-! U----I-. Tfui.k.-, Vuli -.■; ■.'jri-.l It,.-. 
Uinbrelltus, ebj.. elo. 
N B.— ParUonlar attention gold to orders for Officer! 
of Ihi Aral! and Navy, and all tsb-j nib lha BBS1 
rl..inii:-i'i,iu 1 d u lTu(iei:i.;..l.i 1 , ] .Toved(tyltf. 

153 ami 161 Montgomery Street, 
21 Gtn Oppoiito Monlgomerr Block, San FraneiKO. 




SA.lSr FBANOI900, 

MANUFACTUREBS AND DEALEU.3 iH r.Vtil, P 
TOO, Srwrllnti Appamliu, AmmnrilUi 



RIFLES AND POCKET PISTOLS, 

■■ill >l-.i'.l,„i i\i"H.'.i',i..' , ,'r,'',, , ,i , ;.'.'.r.'-l;j.,'i,.. ■ lV-tii.,r-, f 
K3~ All kinds of Eopniring done— alio, prompt 



CITY HOTEL, 

O AKLANU. 



Jiijjffland nil! bo cop ducted In Ihe AMERICAN 
"■""STYLE Tho Manner, from hi.. t,.n S ejjicrlonco 
in II. id l:-r.i.lriL- in Ihi, ft no, ll.tler? hiuirtlf that ho 
nill ho nblo Im render entire !;ili- r.idii.n. lie pledges 
li iT If I" .I-JV. le lii. irh.de tilii-j t- ll.u -- oiler r "i hi.! 

patrom The HOTEL is Iho .ama as SK1V, ],,i-.„,- 
liLL-n liui.l-.inely Plaileicd, Painted, and NEWLY 
FORNISIIED. 
tS- Tho BAH t>lll be alrrajs kept itoeked nllb tho 

lintjt Wine. I.i.|u„r:' and ClBsn. 

CHARGES MODERATE. 

Breakfast nill bo lorred In lime for persons loaTlns; 
i tho ■ ■ 



l/,"r iiidnilleotion iialJtolbo ACCOMMODATION 
R. J. UDRRAV, JIini„Ter. 



civ r.vMii.n:-. 



BANKKES, ETC. 



MARK BRUMAGIM & CO., 

■E^SJW .■•S.lEMl.Sj 
Ko. 100 UontBomerj- irntt, 



Sight Bills 

Bank of Commerce, ------ Boston. 

SIGHT AND TIME BILLS 

American Exchange Bank, New York, 

Available in Ihe Principal Cities of tbo Union and 









GOLDEN GATE 

CLOTHING WAREHOUSE, 

Corner of Clay and Kearny Streets. 

WF. HAVE RE-OPENED THIS OLD ESTABLISHED 
IIOU3E, with a l.rso end rerj .nlcnt .lock of 

FASHIONABLE GOODS, 



We receive Goods by every steamer, direct 

[^■The price rco ask Is tbo price tpo ialcad to take — (but 
eaa price to all). 

Wo sell nnr Goods oiclmlrcly for 

O A- S H 

^a.1 ELediiced Hsitos. 



ARMY, NAVY AND CUSTOM 
GARMENTS, 

MADE TO ORDER. 

Sole-lcatlicr iiiiiiKs, 

Valines, and 

Carpet Bag§, 



M. 8. MARTIN, Salur 



INTERNATIONAL. 

San Francisco, Galirornia. 

TUB DKDERSIOKED INVITE3 
the allonllon of tbo Travollnf; PebllCi 
ind'tr:i[i.:er;in particular, tutba rnorlbl 
of Ihla House. 
It was established unrior its present management on 



VSS HOTB1, 



In ovorrparllcolar. The present 

A. S. HALEY, 
JNO. J. HALEY, nnd B, R. ROBINSON, 

Of Olhol .-,,:,-:. bntnttall the ■ narked favor wllb 



IHST RES 



all the SUrKRIOR MODE in uhlan 



the lluiol b condi 



OAPT OEORilE 11 HM'.'-LIV I • 
wiili Mr. Ilolej, In ibe letornaltonal Ut 



I A Iwimt-:i:.-.\ !.!■.-. 



THE 



OALIFOENIA FAR MER . 



plainly or cheaply clothed. How much of 
directly under my own obserrntion I 
Ho wonder Boino aro slrifing for 

nns everything IiDpnrtnnt lo a thinking 

inflecting tlinl it would bo n grand stop 

iscninn; tbo wide distance between whnt 

superbly dressed woman nnd one more 

in odea 11 j dressed. 

Cut, I nm writing too tuucb ; bo good-byl 1 

111 tuink on the subject. 

Motiikh Bern. 



apparently, lo i 




unnoticed o 


unspoken 


r sw i 


oft en referred to 


a.' cininjilcirj 


; in her deportment 


alone rests her 


cbnnn, her 1 


vclincjs. 






Anoeltbo 


would bo 


delicate 


nd modest in a 


mnn would n 


ot become 


oiun wo 


nun; sn, on the 


other bund, v 


hntwonldfiilldelicfll 




on o. woman 


would be 


dei-iiii illv 


tame in a mnn. 


On Uiis priuc 


pie, if wo 




partake of the 


feminine cha 




11 Ulla.-ITr 


ainntt; oodolso 


nf the womn 


who partakes of the 


characteristics 


Df man, we 








applied, neve 


express admiration 


ml Ihc reverse, 


somelbiog o 


t of pines 




!e, unlovely. 








us that woman 


may be placed in, whore 




suitable gener- 


BllT for man 


o perform, 


would res 


; as gracefully 




uch propr 


etj- upon herself. In tlie 




ir, who hits 


baenlcftwilhu family of 


children, acid 


only n sum 


property 


o depend upon, 




little ham 




if judiciously 


managed, wot 


Id give he 


a comfu 


able support, 




to cmpley 


lalcnt, sb 




ccssity of goi 


S before 




nd modestly, 


shrinkinglj- pi 






The wife of" 


the soldier on 


lilt ir.,nd 


r, who ha. 


accidentally 


heard nf a mi 






taken by the e 






s would bo to 


llie udranljigc 


f litr lirj-^1. 


ad lobe to 


do acquainted 




cly; she 


elleets a 




mounts herd 


nrger, pnl 


rig the w 




swiftly along 


rer plains, 


ordiugstr 


ams, enduring 



nnd hind 


thobl 


:Jing, It -ti 


ing wounds " 


■To dc£ 




OsitWofr 




just where the i 


lasculiae en 


Is and where tho tern 


nine-begi 




Id he as dillicalias tn paint out 


the horiii 


nof the sellings 




or day ceases to 




hot of night takes 


place; bu 


tlhat 


the result 


ii equally plain, Ih 








ight of the sun dim. 










1 wont 


ootuasnme any 


uthorily in giving i 


strucliou 








but mtht 


pre! 


rto be al 




Divine w 


sdom 


a this, dclic 




subject, s 








the "law 








"Lety 


urwo 


sen keep s 




for it is 




-milled un 




they are 


omnia. 


ded tn be u 


ndcr obedience M nls 



Ocre is n plaio c 


uimnnd nm 




females should be 


silent in eh 


robes 




nuthorityo 




in unmistnknble ter 






delicate for u itotoo 


n to [peak 1 


the ib 


if it is not safe and 


proper for 




before n coogroguti 


n of ckurcl 








shown, it Is Q nt pro 


per for her t 
















e*ls, or assume die 


«ii"u ivlm 


II i 


"Thallhe aged m 


n be sober 




sound in faith, bi e 


'Urily.ir, ,,„ 






it tbej be io 


bcliavi 



mueb wine, tenchers of good fhlne-f 
m.iy teach the young women lo bo u \, 
thelrhusbnads, to lovelheir children k,| 
chaste, keepers „t homo, good, obedie, 
own husbands, tbnl ihe word of Gad b 
P bcmed -"- Ti | »». Mi Tke.nmoApos.le.oo. 
— aro "wnndcrii 
nbonl from house "to bouse; and " 

speaking 
which they ought noi."_ 1 r.moiby v, 13. The 
following strong language lo wives, showing tho 
duty to be subject v> their husbands 
time inili 

heathen do: "Wives, submit younic 

own husbands, as unlo the lord ; ft 

is the head or tho wife, even as Chi 

nf the church ; and he is the Saviour of tho body 

Therefore as tho church Is subject unto Christ, D o 



THE CALIFORNIA F ARMER. 



87 



HOLCOMBE BROTHERS, 




BOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS. 

I,'XE!» V.:'ii-> i - ■■■•'• iT.i:sciiEOOi3.,asnOE3.i™ib.a,.,b..,..i.p.,» I... 

York r Pbll.d.liAii. n, f :».'• m-ni vlo -..V. .1 tl.^it MnuLr.pAie akd Rct.il BrooM, 



1 100 Commmlol lUwl, a 



FORDHAM, JENNINGS & CO., 

€T_i JEW. «» CI E52 JPeZ. ^ 9 

Stea.XXi.lc>C>et1> Bloot., - Corner Front and Jackson streets, 

IMPORTS/IS. JOBBERS, AND RETAILERS, 

And DealDTH In 

FLOUR, PROVISIONS, FINE WINES, TEAS, 

WOODBN-WABE, 8s C , 

Families', moici. Ship, Farmers' and Ranchers' Stores, 

PhI up to Order, and at ike Lowat Rata. 
■3-Q OB d.doU«»dn3U (n nL B-W, EORDHAM, JENNINGS * CO. 



JOSEPH GENELLA.! 



® 



PIONEER CROCKERY STORE, 
180 and 182 Montgomery street. 
Near Jnctson street. SAlf FRANCISCO. 

HAF1H8 IBiT HECEIVED 4 

HEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OP 
GOODS, 



Toe Good; have been Bought at Low Prices, 



THE GOOD3 ABE 01'FEH.RD AT LOWES F2ICE8 
Than eror rfl"rrcd buff 

Looking Glasses 1 

Looking Classen 1 

A luge lot or Gilded and Oi 

Pier, Miuiil.', and Oval, Looking Glasses, 

At JOSEPH 



JONAS G. CLARK & CO. 

IMPORTERS /^| 

I MANUFACTURERS^*** 

Krrn^sriTTJKE, 

128 Washington street, 

BLS mANCIBOO. 

FINEST FUKNITT7EE, 

and muld In.Ite the attention a r tho rmMle 10 

OUR PEESBNT STOCK, 

The Largest car offered an tie Pacific Coait 

"WM. H. M~OORE, 
San Francisco Brass and Bell Fonnilm, 

NO. 58 IIALLRCK STllKET 




j3».?o L f;% s 




FELLOW 
the oyer 
on in If 



<:iti7.i:s<; I h 



ii FORTY-NINE, bur 









I'enoiv in ll,i.-"m^c:i-ri"il! 'i.lU-o 'fc-crvc that lhf.fi 
mmB lUaianM between a DOCTOEacut* DBUQ- 

:ST »■ lEi'iiti i- Wl-.vc-jn ,-. li,Li.:-i-r iltj-1 : I|..t,,r, (in I 

lll.T ,!!■■!■:. •:. I >. t ' 1 - U II I ! , ■ ■ ' .' V- 1 1 ■ fjillTl pitted OB tfao 

:«;ll. «.-.-■ :.o-| I >.-.,-., sho bivc devoted toofr *h-'- 
■'..•!.. it. T.ithijlitlerelaia] hive 111. E1.sn.1r l., tol-r 
lib; learned my bwln™ In tho Allonlle Stiles, n 
boon engraved la uld buiinc-.j for tho lajt eighteen yen 

Having that life 1> F-rcol to nil, and that Iho no. 
10 knew whom Ihey ,-.., ..-. I their jirei-.iiilii.-ra nil 
safete, IwillhtKafltrliiftlnvnif.-r 

linir the Price t/euall}- Charged 

By other ^nisjif Is, Irirlliniala or niniii^Mp, nnd i-f 

ill bo ONE ol 

mil to obtain ni.rytLiL.:, 

_ . Jd STBAHO Bin the »rai line, ib-1c.'(-.-._.l..... 

Patent Modte G" Brae'lod'chanileir w ',.' ;., .',;.■";.' 

them along. Wo ba*c a largo anil tl,„roueblr firo-l.rofl 
Drug Wwobaan. i., L.il.i ib-.ii, ,hjJ |.itn.aj lo bay Ibcm 



MUSIC, INSTRU M ENTS, E TC. 
PIANOS, MELODEONS, 

Alexandre Organs, and Music! 

Prices Greatly Reduced ! 
HORACE WATERS, 



,.- , ., , ,f[-i , 'ii'?--M- : . , .'i.-? r , ..,"■... i^;.-, .'.',; i'j iM.i.'-yi,'.;.,,, 
.ikmiKirfOi-eiii". nj.-.t,,... J|.-i: ,,| c ,, ';, L ^f';^™j 

;7.' , Vi-'.^:.rV.-. i'j-V''' ^■'i'..' : i:.'v.,;i''|!r.-.rJ'''..,,,^V^,Vli.:,'n 
"; 1 -.",'"' SS ] PIANO." o I* aln. con.lenl' In 

rt , r-ri.".-. ■!! 1 1 • I ■'■■-■! | tic-- M-i'li ■■ "Ii' i.v.-r i..i!,-ii..P, 

,..,( |.,i,l I'.-.; id. ■;.!.- ■■ HI I.J- M-.lt. [ !.- ■ A li!-.-i-nP .11..'. .in.! 
made to dealer*, usacbent, MinlaarlM anil cferfyn.cn. 

'■ |i. V. , ,,i...., K ,| - H.-i:[ Sir: Il-itlaa u.'H ono of jour 



i ■ .1 I I ..ii i: .1. i: iffla. 




Warerooma, 333 Broadway, N. Y. [a 



CON-il-TINO "< ■'-' T..111-, ivr.J llrmm, jmt pabliabed 
llOIiA' 10 WATiMiS, Al.i.[, S... ill Un1.1Jw1.1-, ! 
■or.. Cooleouln n-ni -T,.. .ir.„iv.v,r r l).j.""U« 
ii..;.,,.. ti. All . ■Kl,,.! -rord, can n C rer 01. i "Uo G,«>1 






."rSKa^aadrfES 




M1.M wilt. So" Ur^e p b uWut'. l S 9 iioaw .? DITs3S" 

!.„ 1 Vi'vv:'... if,," I.,.,!,'.'", , .', |,-":",-'..'i, .,,-■',' .,".",' I'.'.'r' ,'■ 



Wo Bill fnmisli IhoH In Indicant elroniaiUn 

MllLiiOiMl- \f L'.i'i ltl, ( .i) rao b t lQi-atte;tc 
or tbroo pwd nllluoi. 

nereaftorno nlll do n biulnou on n CASH 
ON'LY. Ibt imnanli. « li-.ii; [.. t Ei,.r t li ifi.ro I, 
lag 11 Intend la (iljlribuln equal!? amonj oar rii 
thorutuio, In thodooreaiEi) i>ric« Of our eoodt. 

Wo hnro KcclTod Iho agoncioi Tor Iho folloul 



Gaage Cooks, Cylinder Cocks, 041 Globes 
8i8mWniiaes, Hydraulic Pipes i^.jj^i'^S^^^;'",;, ;',:'. : i 



B C0CP1.IHQ JOiNts of ^n ,i 



COAL YARD. 
C. II. EASTMAN, 



IWiioic,;,,,, .:,,„) Rct B n coal Dealer, 
Corner of BaUory ond Oregon Streota, - 
OjiroilLg tho Cartoai-hoBio. 
Lull • 



^ OOBBTAJJTLT OK HAND. ^ 



liltOWN HUSTAnD. 



. Wo Import neatly all ofotir ooodj. Wo think wo kaaw 

'• ■■;■■ '■• m.|...il thom, and hon u. fill Ibrm I" ■■■Hi i"/ til. 
robll! « .r, r.rir.0 ,„,] qonlily. At all OfonU, e l.e n. a 
="»:■»!■! V.EtYlLLTRV. 
"•" IJ. L. POLHEMUS 



UAI ! £ B 4 WIN OnESTER, 

«*a Harness, Saddlcsfllridic's, &£ 



«. i scotch pig iaox. ^ ^^^"'yTTt^ 



N , ; t V , 









PrinScan!!, ^nEle; IS PUoodrcd; po«r,~e, J',:. .i,l.. ''[.'' iVi- 



Pianofortes, IKIelodeons, 



LO01OH8, Buttun, harn ntabllihcd an 

Agency for the Sale of their Instruments, 



CALL AND SHE THEM. 



ST. CEORCE 

HOTEL! 

Corner of Fourth and J Streets, 
SACRAMENTO. 



liriH THIS IIOTKI., UAVIHQ 1 

LilB EENOVATED, 

RE-FITTED AND RE-FURNISHED, 
IS NOW OPBN 
FOR THE IlKCErTION OF THE PUBLIC, 
C. I. IIUTCUIrVSOX, 



REMOVAL. 

z>xl. d. ::BTTE«.:B-a.N"^, 
m DENTIST, 

HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE 
No. 12A Montgomery Street, 

(Over J. W. Tuchor't Jawolry Btorsl, 
THEIR WORK WELL DONE. 



GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE 



BE. F. G. JOHNSON'S 




PATENT SELF-BEGTJLATrNQ 

"WINDMILL 



- MANUFACTURED BY 
L>. VAN PELT. 



THIS MILL IS NOW WITniN THE REACII 
ALt ; nnd boinr- contdrneied nil of Iron, is rrltl 



Tho nboro rricoi Includo ororytbing ready lo oretL 

DEPOT OP MANUFACTURE, 
Noa. 90 and 02 BunU Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 
Whan any greater powor la required, tbo orlcon n 1 11 bo 

IVir.li.iillj. i,..||.| noi f.nl I- ..i.miino Tllli MILL; 

..i.:l, .-. ,„ini„1i.:„ v.l[|.,u ,-,■ ,h- fit, o.l.M.lnllon.ar.j 

ulilitj- I.. :■;.-.■,■ i b=i( [.ii.!... .j L .[Vi. i,-i,l I j in, -I full; Hi.. 
unliko ilbor Windmill, l|,:it uru csll.:.] talf r(enlntini!i 
Ibuy li:.vu ;(:.!i.ji,,ry r.,.,i ind . r.i.,11 ,»v. r-i,,, T In.., 
i. Eik-I, ,i.o .lv|,'i|.|;.l 0|h„, |f. j-raJiuHo Iho speed of Ibe 
mill; r.l,. jr . ;il . l.y Hr I- .', J„t,n.on'j I'otenMho Fan, 

wbon n ealc or ludden cart rtrikoJ il' and*nsaln. a child 

fin no,. ,1 nt l.i,cu by (iimiiii; tbo fun'-, cdeo to tho nlod, 
-""-i[IO[KTrbeol, which 






.i MiM, . 



!, Nof 90 and 93 BUSH 




f0A 







Hags Wanted. 

The n [fin est i*n ice paid in cash f.„ [>,,„,, 
<: t ,r\VV^!^ ^*ftlortfftA' ,P * rw_ " u,,So ^ 

lo .end In tholr lion, nnd rond lhosi°o S'^rCnlcr, 

53fts".a =!."• ■ •■" "" "w-" •"" 

3- 16 3m TAYLOR b TOST 



pBACII PITS —Fifi; borrol! of Pooch PITS of vory 



AGRICULTURAI.. 



BST 1 S 3 "©a 

McGoimick's Chicago Reapers! 




Three Sizes— SJ, and 7 feet Ont, 
-iirnii f:xthas eob all the niFrEnENT pat- 

VV Ti..k:JJ. „,.,,, 15. J Ii. I«'J. |AieBtforlboMaaa!.o- 

ia,000 Sold In tlic latit Four Years. 

Uo ilorle En.Bllrt.rn.Mt In Uio itotW ran Imthfully elolm 

t:;.rtl : ?,:-'" ; , , ,,'!ii. b ''i- 1 iii> M,""i!;;;;r;::.'n^>". -.'X-. i".i.. "J'.'; 

l.ih.y nr.,1 |-,.:rt-.Tr .■..■!■; mi. ■■...> lunli; i I" "-V. ii...' '-.itii-m 




U. a. Arjrl=alninil Bwlety, In 

-*«a tli© toest Reaper. 










vK" 




...... |.| ]. 


w 


Pitts' Pntent-DoDbla Finlon 8 nnd 10 Hnrae-Poirari. 

To -.-.I.1-11, 1. Nov r.n. ■■:., — IH : i ■ iiuv r-rlilv II.... .v.- Iiv.c 
CO ty, .. ^ 'l.™^;. ' f > J^i'J- 

I.-. '.-'.",.! "iii'li".'.'i'.|.'.r,:-l''l., i,.'..,,'.: l |l ii..- ■ I'.li ■ l:n;.i ..,■:! 



i. l-.i ','.;.■. '.,'u. 1... irhtfd 10 ictt. ' v A. GOabj.l'l; CO. 

A. Gordon & Co.'e Iron Planet Powers, 

NODRSE, MASOK A CO.'S 

IRON PLANET POWERS. 

Party Kitcbum's Mowers — lion Frame. 

ry E,tra Ealra. for alt of 0.0 ahom M-oUnea. 

TWENTY NOYES' MILL-STONES, 

One Hundred Revolving Horse-Rakes, 

;.:',,;, , ■'r,w"[v.H.'i..' , i*ii..i"-ii.'!' , .'. l ,'.';.."'iU i-',ii'T'.."ii-;'' 

Atjo, n eeocrol a.. : „ in, ;,. ,.f Au-rlruK ... nl 1,,,,,!. .... ^,m. 

SOVTIIVTORTII & CO., 



AGRICULTURAL STORE, 
J. V. AETHUE &"sON, 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 

Washington Street, near Davis, 



A LABfiE AND VAIUED Al 

AGRICULTURAL GOODS, 
LOWEST MARKET RATES. 

Reapers & Combined Machines, 

OF ALL TUB VARIOUS STYLES: 
TUc Celebrated Saw Vorll Reaper, cotllne from 



ntt's Tln-£w=3la.©iTf3 r 

Hall's Thrashers, etc, etc, 

for o full niBply™ A' B rie.lu,nd lm|?k°.enS'i',i *!',. "'{ „,l J_'l 
ro.lon, they will be 

In Constant Receipt of Fresh Goods,! 

,'-c1l ml.ipird in .Eii.- Ii-r. l.y .'llii;..:. .|il£* nrrl. 1.3 daring 

WILL .SELL UN AS FAVORABLE TERMS, 



,,!i^,.',i"""i":; 



La-i > e-yj3.g>ijuxca=». 
SHVKBAL if IKE FUl.l^BI.OOD OREV- 
Hulisri nii'S i., r ,..i r . Apply at l/anncr offico 



88 



THE OALOOBK U. FA E jN^gg^ 



BY THTl VERl , AMD B 
The Otcrlnnd Mnil arrived at San 
inglog dulei from 



J,,,; .. 



March Mlh. 

A WnsLinplqn DorresnnndijTil, writing Mar 
21st (BJTB the l|ee = tinn fit mi lAlr.l 6CI i"l. "I" ''" 
gress i° dt Iiisl deolded. The .'resident bos a 
thorlMd 11 [olfgmphiq dispatch lu be sent to Si- 
nter Giviii, slating ili.n there (rill be no est™ £t 

A ill. -;[ia I i'Ii dated WiL-rhinglon Maicli - '■"'. >'". T 
An official telegraphic dispatch I" New foils 
morning, to go oat bj the California StcaniBi 



! good dim! like erring too. "ot tne m 
of those taltc-tbo-TrdCla-"f"J so" of 
seemed us coftipOMai" (h"' 1 ^ 1 ' '" l " , " u ' ■" 
Did matter! Hu»" IIW>* ]>™!> lp B ul al 
ironH I never heard, but know tboj- i 



[ might relate many scones of inhuman conduct 
ivhirli I witnessed on 'he way nod nliir I got 
^^fl^Bpennit; hi ■' 



B. F. EOUNTHEE, 

115 CLAY BTTDEET. 

BUTTER! BUTTERH BUTTER! 1 1 



■ It resioci 

300 flrkins Oholeo TABLE BITiTER, 
I ._■... flrkln) Cooking BUTTKB. 






madeo 


|.r, nil 


■nl . 




]■ »■■ 








. w„r,M 














licen di 










The mr.il from 


St. Loul- 










this city 1 




flflcrnomi- T 






n-ilblh. 


















ill* In 






















































title to fifty mill 










1 he <■., 










C'JVi rmsil 


















IJL'urge 






r nl 


lh 






hashcen 


appoln 


led Mini: 


er.h 


lis 


tie. 





Lfljttflr from Indiana. 

Editoe FittMBB: Your paper cntue along t' 
other day, looking like an old friend drciscd up 
a new luit. I looked, yens pleated, nnd looked 
. again; before I could tell why, I was plowed. 
Uncle Sam's bora kept II a. moving loo, for I re- 
ceived one the fourth of llnrcb, one ahoit month 
from the day of its publication. I need hardly tell 
you Hint the '-Ladies' Department" tvns the " 
[ought for, and with what pleasure 1 communed 
wilb those old friends which 1 met there. 1 moi 
cord tally accept Alice's kind wishes. Uayttric 
legacy or happy fiew-Y cat's days bo in store fi 

her poo to wish, not only the correspondents of lb 
GUITOSKU FittKEB a "Happy N'ew-Yeor," hut n 
its remlmj but more especially those who at 
battling for the right— the elevation of womun t 
her troc dlgoilv. 

Alice, in spoking of your marriase" srii] dc 



I sconea upon the Plains, whi 
perhaps, wo may have- both looked upoo ; sec 

panorama of nowadays life did we see th._ 
Everybody slrue;p;ling oo, eager to grasp the golden 

sacrificed lo the "golden calf" health co; 

friend, hip, aaderen manly print! pi u wns loo 



Myfl, 



self, IV 



luddc 



Hire* iiilertmiii B children, tivo cotld Llnd ,. -hiUjrtiK-: 
I" ilia lender?) m-rcies of others. I waspooroa 
in deht, and could ,e e nothing hut California' 
guhi, night or day. ]| U | „„ y , % wuul vik ,. u , v . |i: ■ 
turning Ihu heads of Ihounands, there has not on 
aolilnry idea crossed my 



'■I ilm-.« ii 



tempt n 



dug the] 



disposed. Goodnight. B. C. A. 
P. 3 — Spring is with us la a kind of i 
the weather very line. 



v CoivEiiscF— The Overland Mall wbicl 
here on the 12ib, brought loiters 'fron 
to our merchants, postmarked " Jlorc! 
This is the most speedy imiil overland con 
wo hare jet bad, being only twcntj-fiv 



Whole a ale Produce Report 



, I : ■ I l",i. !,:■ [I,,, ,.;i ... .' . ■'. ,, | 



V'.! r.'i.',!»:= a i ^i 

CJjfcojJ, .... —a 3o 






i SSa>Mc | Ibioal, Tdk™, i> a .. i». 





Bon Francisco Caitln 


Kaiket. 
























",'■'. 


,'!',.'■•'.'. 


■'. "■■■'[- 


s".*!i'"' " 


..... 






















,'!. 




'- !".,'.' ■','-"' 


Tfit?* 


li'n™ 


















«u 




u l> Hide 


Ja 





Selail Prices at Washington Msikot-Ajnu ». 
"""lo-er.Pdo! pji 



TunSip*. S> dm,... 



inutbers and little children, <rl 
me of dear ones ot home. Then it was Ihsit 
made the dllcorery, that my hcarlslringi wou 
vibMle to a luudi softer lhan gold, and my cv . 
woold moisten, and 1 would feefto he in then 
gleet of dulics 1 hud promised lo perform. 

I never n hull forget whai I unwal tbo crosslngaf 
Kansas river: ll'c had overlakeo two or three 
families of Oregon emigrants, o few miles before 
reaching lh»l ciossing. Wo all ferried together. 
We hud some dinieulty in getting our stock over^ 
in consruuenee of Lhaft baving passed helnw the 
ford and getting into a p',|„ of drirti lt mu (i „j. 
loug btfore we got ready i n go ld „ convenient 
placed camp. Willie waitla B| 0BC of ltieco i, u „ n 



j ' :" "■- V bSO (Sit 

Vtn'ciuW. ..*.**".*. Uc 

Con»)H*rt la- 






Boiaa.,ul:l, 



tibi\n-ct, .. p a ii 



K*' &S™ *"■■■'" ' i *»-e| do'Emr.o. 'V.''g)!MSg 
Doa<M "~lS """fj, 10 ™ob KOluo 

, . " I '•■• •> » j ■,., 

t:..wl.. ..,. i, „ ,.,' -e 

rmoou, » b". ., ^S - "*• "'■B^iigb..- o-o 
f.lUr^f »..- .. ' S-iB^'" " •-" 



"armers, is rsipeelfully rollelled. 

r My foods are eonorolly bought ol forced sales 



FARM STOCK, &o. 



The Fine Thorough-bred Stallion 
Prince Morgan, 

MOORE'S RANCH, 
the following lew Bales : 




PRINCE MORGAN 

MsjJ«yaiidSer\n5! 1, 'Ha Is four yean, old, thU fprlDji 



MORGAN BLACK HAWK COMET 



HAYHEW'S EAHCH, 



in Tdlly-Ila; dnm by A 



IIAHLEB COCKDJ.1, AcfOL 



French Slorino Sbeop 

DURHAM 0A1TIE. 
JOHN r>. PATTERSON, 



French Merino Sheep and ! l X '. 
Iharengh bled Durham Cattle, 



GROCERIES. D AIRY PRODUCE. ETa 



y. Bryant Hill. W">» *■>""■ 

I BRYANT HILL & CO,, 

COManSBIOH BElLEBa IH 

dgBtFRUITS, BUTTER,^ 

POULTRY, ECCS, ETC., ETC. 
G3 merchant Street, 

(Opposite Washington Market), 

S-A-nST FHAWOIBOO. 



P«>roi Jwlao 









SAMUEL PILLSBUEY, 

DEALER IN 

BUTTER, CHEESE, ECCS, 

Hams, Bacon, Laid, 

APPLES, a H.A. WHERRIES, 

No. 48 Washington Market, 



Mpwm, Flint, Pmbiidr .V Co, I Hr. II. fi. Dlis-.MP. 
» BcnctilD7 * Co., | Mr. T. O m ainw. 

ra- DetcK, B**w«™>" JS 1 / 1 "",^ ' u PP llol " , 



ALAMEDA COUNTY MILK 



Fveiii Eanoh Butter and Eggs 

STAPLEB. fl. A. IIRCrWH. ■ W. QOLBEH. 



A. L. EDWARDS & OO., 

GKOCEBIES, 

At 81 Clay street, above Front, 

At. EDWARDS A CO. DAVE JUST OPENED 
• nucenfsertiaentaf 



PaciOc Mail SlcamsWp Company's Line 

VIA PANAMA. BA.ILROAD 



For New York and New Orleans, 

THE ONLY SAFE ASD RELIABLE ROUTE. 
THE MAGNiriCENT STEAi 

SOBTOB.A, ; 



Will w 






ON WEDXBSDAV, ..... APIUI. SOTII, 

l'„-.rn-i-7. }-■; ii..- I'. «] - ,'-.- r . ■ .r- !.-„!■-] ontl.i Ir 
Ey the Fanuna Bsilrosd Company, 

Iholrstbmua to Asphiwifll, 



:;■.,, ir.-|.::r. I: . (r. !:: l L Till I. r. .,:.:!■ I- ,.!■:. .r.l .,!;■ : 
April 19;h, and o.iTrillen order rmut ht, nracuml 
( " ■, . I > I . ! . 1 1 y ' ■■ Oi: :.' Inr II-- Jilj.inr 

[3i-Ferlre'- , -~ 



.rlr.J;tit U I 



SSiSe^ 






California Bteam_ Navigation Company. 



rl. f. .11. (l?.in.|.;,, e-:,;Tp[..J|. Ii 
e lljhl draft itesmen fur 



Bed Bluffs. 






Splendid Bnrham BULL For Sale. 

I a suPKitn nuniiAM hull, of vei 
hlch choractcr, nnd p.vl L t: ji^ll:; r...., |. r, 
olTered FOn BALE. Tills U a mm oppoi 






',.11. In -..-.nl i.f -|.l. uiill i-Ji..,.j. ol 



Sheep Wanted. 

. A:iM:l'-\r.' i:wtt „| ,i„ : i,-„ 



■■,,' ■„ HI 



Danientlc FoivIh, 

L PBltaOHS dialroai of'Bllrchi— 

K U.1.MK (■■.JWI.H, | ;.„. ,,.. J . UKNs'rorV.I,,-. 

/ c.n !,,; .,i;.pli. ,1 Uv ,-JILi,,. ,,. U,n Fm ---' "■ 

.!■■■.•■■,. | .,...„ Ii,,,. |. I, rMlri T |,, 

lk:i: iikAHM.i iinmu. „„,i ,_., 
■ iii-l m Mti-i SM »?|ult. 



Slieep Wanted. 

EAKV I'KHJiin IHVIKfi 1B0O OR S00 
.i.'-ri.UHMN i,v,-i:-, „ : .. :i ,,„,,„,. ,.;,,,, ,..,.,, 
for'tbiVb nil ''' ^ """ !:, ■ ■ 



Tabic and Packet Ctitlcr}'. 

THOMAS 0-A.-Y-, 
!fo. 18S Moiilgomcry (ttreol, Snu Frmielsai, 

HAS ON UAND. n Inrea nirortmenl of Finn IVftllv 

"HI. i ■■■,., Tip, IV.^,m,.| Mi, ; ILin.ll,,. [t . ,,,u„,fc 

rw ih» M aw rT tr.i i.j i-..-Ki-:r .:rTLEHY-p™ n i„- 
«™&YV™V*iiiT lt Bl ™ B r l0 Knl "'. ='' i 

Gas Flx,tnres. 

'I'H'iMiS HAY, Importer Is mnitanllv »™t»l- n i e 

All soods wldTo ibVdttj, pot npbv o Iper i,neeJ WOI k- 
mil,, ana "rrulail. TIIuilAS DAY, 

"13m lHJ ■'""".'"'""T ftreet (eoitj^k:-,, Ir^n. 



A^^g £ R C ^^^ A b TOMB m 



Choice ramlly Cracerlen 




nhlch they offe 


at the lowest rater; 




FL0UR~3apnriur h 


































Tl:.l.--.-.,|,ri..i tr.-li Ureen nnd Black, 1 


6,U, 


CANDLES— Che tale 
























nd California Picklei, 1 


Finis 



On— fi.ir.k Xm-Oil" in tins and jars, 

Yiasi PoKBKn^i-l'rHloo .i .\ferr]ll , s, Hope Mills 

JleurAuo— Caliruroii, Enaliib and French. 

OvsrErH-ThoiuMtde-lriLta brands. 

Cu,: .,»-!• .1,1,.. .-.licir... nnd ctackod Ooeoa, Broma, 

Mlnco Meal— In nunrlj and half-gnlloo Jars. 
Cream Tnrtar auo Spdn. 

Proservei— ill kinds Jams. Jellies, Snticej, fi^-, in 
glass and llo- 
Our enslomori may rolj UI -> n ovorr artlclo wld by as. 

The Prices, in ccery rei/iccl. Low. 
Oeods delivered free or charge le nn r pert of ,ho city. 
'5 i CO., 



PAINTS, OILS, WINDO WGLASS, 

CfcO. T <£JE3<0., CJt30. 

OLIVER fit BUCKLEY, 

H AV1 |'!v"l" J r 1 -l" :iU ,ND '" BT °^, AHDFOH 

i^.;; 1 ^Il'-"- V.M^.ii',!',. 1 '!.' ', , M''.'.i'l'..,"'rk-, !1 ), 

we oro recriilnn i.vmI.Hj i,,..,.,,i . (,.''. M,,,',^ .;" U n';.', 1 ' ''' '' 

WE ALSO HAVE OH HAND 
Campi.e„e, S,«nn oil, PoforOll, T B mi'.n> oil, 

In lots to suit, 
At 86 and ss Waslilngton street, 

And 67 and 69 Oregon stroot ii-an, 



WOOL, HIDES, and SKINS, 

^■■ULrolieiseca. 

AT THE HianEST MARKET BATB9, 

LONING & FTJERSTEIN, 

HO l?jri01>TT 8TKEBT. 

WE ARE ALSO FBKPARED to nuknllbo^ 
Jblpprd umJer b itj "ra,"' 
(i'iFEUEltHTEIt?, 1 ™ 



ll.ii'. r.-.-ulur ijL^i^Lr 1 

Eroighr, apply to 



Honolulu. 



OALIPOHIVIA 

General Intelligence aud Emigration Office, 

No. 323 Greenwich street, coinor of Bnane, 
NEW ■yORK. 

rpUKatllijL-HI[li:HI, ] ,r, T „„l ,,,-,-n: li.lunmlloa to Ikoto 

najU m-.-p..,n l.,r r,:i..„iK. ,.„ .„,.|.. ,, ,..„,. ,. r ' i; „ ; ... „',,,, 
I "'. ,'. ''. |""'' '"l 1 " '■.'" :i " JlL : " ""'■. ,: ' ' '>" ,I| ' :,J S"\"<, >1 

Tl.!;,!. nil] ,[ JU buprtoircdftrUiosoivi^ic-lhenj.lhur 

: - "'"I ' I'"' ■■ '■■■•■'• ■■--■■,i,l Ii,. ■ . :■:, r....i. I -..-.lj,,[! .. 

1 ,n : - ': l"'.. |..-.'>; |'„ ,,';'■, ','",' '..' '.'.'' :'.''''■;, j J., . I . 

■ -'■ii-'i-' 'nl.ln. 'Oil h< nl-.ur. irj.-r-. --bn r Tiir.-o DitlEqrs (VI DDL 

r : .!:liil...r,:,l -urn „lT„„ [j„]W. ,,; ', m,'!., |,'| [' ! ! .' '^'ii', . j" ' "" 



To Poultry Raisers. 

A cnM^r c ^ fur - ,b ; I ; i -" j ; ' i"' , "" t "' "««"«t 

^'™is^WrS!ita^M^» l l *' Io ™ hr,,M 

Forsaloby " 1VARRES A CO.. 



Colored Plates of California Fruit. 



OALIFORWIA FAKMER 
°S'"Z t lh " pMl - Dra ". » Dl1 "w mo"oy nilleema'dir'ei 

'/t. Hi:,\llY HRII-ITT. G 



a MVJtJ/. 



L- HASKELL, " 

HIDES, "wool, $?§* 



H EtIEHao'K. L o."ab:..|.. 

Wool,, 

PurchMea at the ffighert Harket Eatos. 



JtcM(»rtKftl|. 






;;■ ;=.. .'.,'m-,.i, ;»,. " • 

1L t(. McCoiB, Pmtnojio. «,,,. „ 



^m''mv,u' |,|i " L ; V:U ' l:1 '"'' 1 "" : ' '''.'''l. 'i".'r.- 'I'vli'. ■!"■" 

!.,'■.■;"■■;', ' " l '- 1 ii= -.i .:.: ':.'-i..iir,«p 1 peroi 







VOLUME XI. 



SAN FBANCISCO,. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL HQ, 1859. 



NUMBER 12. 



Elje 1Mtf0r.ua; fmnt 



USEFUL SCTSXCES. 



icrtptions am be paid 



Tap-Hoot Hcrtvod. 

We present out readers with No. 1 of neeri< 

letters upon the ''Tnp-liout" question. This 



had boon led astray, ant 
res thought that it onghi 



'other 



Tbt 



orihe cm 
These UK 






re, onsolicilcd by oj. 
[tiers will be round of great value, ba>i-d 

the practice of overy successful nurseryman, either 
in Europe or Amcrico. The response given to our 
view of the subject by !he editor of the Cultural, 
wa; so devoid of courtesy ond fairness thot our 
n mind a thou- 
sand orgnmcnls were lost ; 'twere labor lost when 
man conduced uj;,iin;i Lis "-ill, is of the same 
opinion stifl." But these teltent, coming from a 
seicntiuc and practical nurseryman, whose life 
from boyhood, has {rown, ];t c trees from seed- 
lines, inlo full bearing- manhood unions trees, wil I, 
we arc sure, carry with Ihcm conclusive evidence 
of the absurdity nnd folly of this " new doctrine " 
or lhe CulteriiL 

Thnt all may know whence these letters are de- 
rived, we give the antlior, J. D. Slot, Esq., who 
for years La? had the charge of the nurseries nud 
orchards at Smith's Gardens, Sacramento. Mr. 
Saul is the brother of Mr. Snul tho distinguished 
nurseryman at Washington, D. C, and also Mr. 
Saul of the Scwburg Nursery ut Sen-burg, S. Y., 
the grounds nr the lamented Downing, end oil the 
brothers art- pupil; ;,ed (riiriid-; of I).,v:muQ, whose 
name and authority would h; added to Lhe above 
doctrine, could ho speak, lint enough; we leave 
the subject in tho hands of Saul, and nre very 
much mistaken in our views if he don't pron 
among those who hare advocated the absurd doc- 
trine of " tap-root planting," as bold and fearless 
ond convincing jlv did hi- aauKfakc of old. 

Tur editor of the Cnltoriat, in its November 
nnmhrr, made tho assertion thot in onr particular 
climate " in which little or no raius fall for seve- 






s in 






perfect frail, rhade, ar arntimtntat trca, it tcoitW U 
belter, if equally convenient, to plant mil the (Htfi 
of Irca ahat they are la remain." Tho readers, of 
horticultural, or other, scientific magazines 
supposed to look upon the remarks or tenchin 



degrees and beautifully 1«a." The nssertion of 
the editor of tbe Cullurim has provoked remaAi 
and authorities have been produced in support of 
the arguments on both sides. The editor has in- 
serled B^roTroo in the words "if equally conven- 
ient," for it certainly would be very inconvenient 
"in our particular climate," "to plant out tbe 
(ecus of trees in the places where theyaroto re- 
main," apposing it to bo a cose where an orchard 
Of many acres i. desired 

To bring it „,, mu „ : in d(!toili ond w lhow tht 
points to he observed, I will divide the subject hv- 
separating my rcm.irka up,.,,, the fruit t rt . - from 
the shade or ornamental, i 1L j i.r->i_i-.-.l r r >" -'tl 
the fruit trees. The practice or cultivating trees 

to Li r ■mi-. (,n expert nurseryman, is lIh [tody of ,! 



most learned institutions. The business 

king, certainly, to such reasoning as 11 

the editor of the Culluriat, who asserts " tl 

e the most perfect fruit, shade, or ornnn 

il would be bctlcr, ftc, ftc, fcc, to pin 

tho seed of trees in the places wliero they i 

■3 for any one to patronize the nnrscrj 
when seed can be obtained and planted at su 
ifjnitcly smaller cost. 



fee cast, nnd the 
ation andwperit 
:ileral)ly in advar 



i ol the editor, the Profes; 



icy mm all be referred. i.)n< 
nmniriu perpendicularly r|nv 



meTpassT Tl 
complete subdivi 



mneroui. stems with no main niis. The fr.-l .v. 
i.:— reek; il; nouri.-limeiit iki-p iL, iv n in llnj -nil 

•:■■■■ |-,i..,.''uy r from a "distance. The <ir.t i< t„. 
i„.:l, iiiinnd by removing llie surface roots; th< 
:r.-r ivlnjlly ilefif-nil..- upon lii-.m. tin- ii[i|ii r I > ■ - 1 r ■ ■_ 
hr«;, :■ llie moil viyrnrnu.,-. Xo matter bow man.) 
iniiit. (liiTi'iiiLiy uppeur to lie, nor bow roanj 
ilf.-tLiil ii.une; lb,.- botimiils iii:.v Kivo lo (lies, 
irielii-s in dejeribiof jilnnta, yet ill! full vrilhit 
in. 1 or Ilit i.tlinr of I hue il,i:;i;., or aji]iri..iLi-li iu,.,n: 
r L.--S c|..Mrty tiie*.- lypi'.:. Tim iln-p IV.-i'.!-:r.' imIIli! 
■j ,-,-<. -iir.f, the .iurfii.t feeders c.illid fVrtr>i«- 
■l:d. Thero is an evident design in those struct 
n.r. rLl.itiiiir most ci;r!aiiily to the foiidilion:- u: 
rowth nnd development of tho plant." 
Such is the language of Prof. Darby on roots, in 
ic article quoted by tho Culturist, and which ft 
lite correct. Most fruit trees, when grown fron 
ic seed, arc Inp-rooled ; so also most large grow- 
ig forest trees. Those trees if permitted to re- 

ilion, become cicecdingly difficult to remove, b) 
;a«on of their having rooted so deeply in the soil. 
ie whole life of the tree being concentrated ic 
ic iap-root, na Prof. Darby justly s.tys, » llie cen- 



ig the case, and it 
Impracticable for plan 
' "based hntb i 
lence" of the i 



•e that I 



cntly i 



eedllngs of one year's growth froir 
and, in many instances, lhe tnp- 
bo leagth of tlto tree itself. Vcrj 
inving eecdlings, I selected n feT 



vliich v 



md, by exact m 
lycar'a growth, i 
one single tap-root, w 



They a 



now befor 



prol,-=:i,„ i; ,i man, nho from yonlb tomnnhood or 






middle life, has made Hit l.uiine's his study, or the 






WlhusiMllc amateur, whose natural Inclinnllons 
or tastes have led into tbe pnrsuit: between 
these men and that class of individuals who hove 
stepped a,lde from other occupations, tempted by 
the opportunity of making u upeculwi™ ■ biHwc-n 
thee men there exists as wide a dill.renco as he- 


neglected al 
r, nnd made a 
on where thoy 

1 feel In bight, 


ILe pb.niing ,casou, they stood ov 

hod sprouted; aud,T. maybe snppn 
n fine grewtb, ranging from five to te 

ond.L.ouj! ,.,„ m ,\ A f | llt . „, r 


fog^r."" """"tJ^"*** «M common petti- 


gallon, la dig,,;,,,. uy ,,,„„ „.„ 




lropo;: ill).; 10 get tin, ivliftlc ruu , ■ |, 










:::nl\:;'!~;' i r™~' i '"™' ; 
■ . ■•■ . .i..„,i„ 01tn „„, „„„„„ or 

j r h '"' '■■"[, L'yiaont to Ihoo- 


the trees themselves ; and, In no o 
get tho entire root; they would 


the growth of 
c case, did wo 








A specimen of the above trees 


caused to 1m 



"la' 




ive weijjht, IT,.'. |iiiunil.- ; weight ni" lleeee, 7 poilli 

nt to tlit- Editor of the Psrmirt ; and it was bu 

IB of B thousand : the only difference liein-;, thil 

little more of tho root had been got out of th< 

ground. Your notice of those trees, the Editor of 

lhe Culturist attempt* to ridicule, in n very u 






age," i 



.; and d 



lying, i 



3, thai 






eady Jt-.-i 



e bye 



but, tiinl the seed was plante 

pla-.-e where it win intended the tree tli.mLl n-ninii 

open grnund, at a distance from all other tree 

(Relent for orchord calture," etc. etc., the Editt 

of the Oulturi.-t i< quite correct in saying "no or 

■allow humbug and ml: 

jciiovE." Nor did vol 



Editc 



or, try 1 

if the Culturist bi 



any < 



so be! lev. 



OOf 



nill g 



d then pass on. In removing a lot or young 
dars, pines, nnd lire, that a year ago had been 
ought from the mountains, and bad been planted 
t In nursery rows; nnd this spring, in giving 
cm their usual annual transplanting (our usual 



ength 



pro],,-,, 



uile soft after the rains ; by carefully digging deep 

ot it was quite out of the question to get tho 
hole length of the root, as the fine thread-like 
continuotion" would break oO', In spite of nil 
rccaotion. The dimension of tho one I speak of 
t aa follows : the lop, or growth above ground, is 
just right facha, and the length of the unbroken 
.root tight f let. This, with some other specimens 
of lap -roots, 






a by 11 



■e fortbei 



will find them carefully hnng np in n conapi 
position in tho office, subject to any one's inept 
That art fad; which I wieh to bo remember 



iow shall this class of trees be cultivated, without 
nrfoJiyrn'nj their citalUy, and nt the some time pra- 
'uce a fine, healthy, and, in every particular, aili 

In a previous nrtirlo, in describing the process 
.f cultivating trees in the Nursery, ilwlll be recol- 
ected that tho trees, beforo they arc In a saleable 
audition, receive one or more Irausplnnlinga. In 
emoving seedlings from their beds to the nursery 
ows, the Icp.root ia ihortrnrd with the knife ; the lop 
icing nlso shnrtcned in, in proportion. 

This very process bus arretted theprcjrtii of lhe 
ap-roat; ond if, in a year thereafter, you dig up 
— yon Trill Gnd, imtad nf one laity 






end of en 



c, by hating the number of in fetdere, and tie 

imenl, aieriaitdr 

ther writer say a : "A growing plant gains n 



sap of 11 



r rather by tl 



>f the fibrous i 
Clearly, then, the tree is in n much bcttc 

ings in the nursery, before finally planting 
the orchard; and if u not either aicntial or 
able that the tnp-root shall he preserved. 



i pbe. 



nf nat 



results of fixed 

assigned for their distance, than tbe will i 
Creator— lie hath so ordained it." If it is m 
for some trees, when left lo themselves, to 
downwards, with only one single rnot, dr 

while the tree is still small, the tap-root i 
causing several others lo grow instead of t 
before stated ; those rooli will all be itill. inel't 
fettau the doa-nu-ard tendency of the originaltai 
Il will be readily seen that tree; which have been 
once or more tramplinted, for the purpose of r'ni 

fur iliyhl lau of roots, but, If well taken en 
while out of tho ground, there is but little dt 
to be apprehended from tho change. It is equally 
certain thai trees with long tap- 
kind either to bo desired, or cu: 
tiny h 



His 



t in favot 
tablisb t 






rind 


. Youi 


lli rem em 


er, Mr. Ed 


or, 


Inmsti 


alkir 


g of fru 


t trees, n 


at shndo trees 


Of th 


alter 


1 will bu 


'0 my soy; 


ocotiempo. 


Nowlwonl 






■ often do 


re sec fru 








by the v. 


iittls? la 


t not a n 




commo 








break dov 




nder th 


v.-i.. 


; of tbe 


r luscious 


crop? If 




ono en 


eeol 


ect of sc 


ing a Inrg 






ing been 


dice 


by the winds, if he 






nknino 


meat 


it will 


prolial.lv 


appear thn 


so 


ch tree 


'onp 












pven 


lor, l Wi- 


n other po 


itious tho. 


OK 


larJs, u 



large orarnTOwn tree, such as are geucrnlly to bo 
found in old place* in the East, where they have 
probably grown for a half cenlory or more, during 
which time they hove had ample time to develop 
the tap-rool. Go into tho vrell-eullivated garden 
or orchard of the skillful culturist, and you will 
not be likely to find any of their wcll-cared-for 
frees blown out of the earth root ond branch. It 
is a well-known fact, that if a tree, which from a 
seedling has been permitted lo grow on in the 
same spot, roots undisturbed, and if the subsoil la 
mtorahlo to the development of the lap-rnol, il Is 
nlso the case that tbe tree Itself will grow upwards: 



Only tl 






tnp-i 



i with the. nl 

oots in our 

Illations of 



The' 



othe 



nffltllel 



In. 01 



trees of whose r 
meat, and Iho top* of the trees hove grown -pre- 
cisely. In the same manner; Ibnt is, tho few side 
shoots have run up in tho same lengthy form, and 
the few fruit buds thnt wnnld "set" would bo nt 

feel the weight of the fruit, would sway about in 
tho most uncouth and "unscientific" manner. Who 
has not observed this scores of times upon entering 
the gardens nf individuals who have nursed and 
petted their fruit trees, would not permit a limb to 



be touched by the [ivuiiinj." knitV, mid when nt last 
their nniicty and their vnnity at the same time, is 
gratified at the sight of n profuse bloom, they soon 
after find tbe toll, "shanky" limbs nnoblc to bear 
up under lhe weight of fruit, nnd the whnle tree 
either breaks down, or !ms to he propped up with 
a lot of unsightly lumber and cords to fasten tho 
limbs, nnd the trees f.irever spoiled, so far its con- 
cerns ttluir utter aji[iearurice of bi.nily of shape. 
Jss. B. Ssun. 

Glory FIowot. 

Til.tr gorgeous nnd beautiful Mower that is now 

scattered over our State, bearing lis pendant 



inblo 



well it 



-nlalP 






fornia. Tv"o nlh.de lo the Cliasthus StiasiHOi, 
This plant was Introduced into California by that 
early and devoted friend and patron of the Goddess 
Flora, Sirs. C. V. Gillespie. We saw it first in 
bloom at her former beautiful mansion on the 



9 IS; 



It it 



i tho 



i.ttlii. 



idy that California was indebted 
n of eorao of the brightest gems 
ic garden parterres of oar best 



1 nothing ci 



o he cither lilt 


■ 1- a. ,-,-.■ 


Or a 




1 here in 


eemed,' and nl 


lyiuK 

ke ado 


gland 
lit tl 




-chilly e,- 
c,.t nf the 


loor, lhe shrub 






ind conservatory of 










tlv iH-anti- 




d graceful i 


foliage 










icty of styles 


if trai; 








-,-allv : 




















and th 




more 


tautiful in 






if the ground ; il was a perfect gus 
beauty, mid had it been water, its outl 
lot have been more natural. 
It belongs lo tbe Li-<ju minium order of plants, 
nd is closely MjEoi-iuli-d with the Wistaria, Swain- 
unia, Cnrngnnu, kc, 4c Its leaves are about 
Liur iuelie-. long mid niicijii.illy pinnate, each cou- 
L-linguf tight or ten pairs of leaflet, generallv 
opposite. Its ll.iw.-i-, -print; from the axils, and 
pendant racemes; e.u-li [lower i.-. from two to 



Its ti 



in,- .[..],(■ 



I, It., :1|tl 



of doors, ag,iin ; .i a null, in the south of l-iudimd 
id July. 

jiluut, it should be (rained as a stand- 
ard, by selecting the moil proini-.ing -boot, tying 
Stake, and jtidii-imi.dy initio;; ii wily all 
n ti I it retches the desired hight, say ail 
feel. With very little further assistance 
■rin a graceful, curved head ; its pendant 
i, several feel ia length, will be literally 
■"'■ 'ts gorgco 



i ruthoi 



:, for, w 



I----1 ; tl-.-u-nii.ls ..f llov 

There are three .ipe.icL., 
ilicu, nndC. Dampierii". 1 



ither half of equal parts l.-..r moiibl end peat. It 
cods freely and is readily propagated from out- 



age 



The Cuahmore Ooat. 

it uur readers, this weak, with a cut 

of tho real Cashmere Goat— a faa aimile of Ihojn 

rai*cd by R. Peters, Esq., of Atlanta, Georgin. 

We figured these Goats a considerable time since. 

Wo perceive Hint Sir. Peters has Increased his flock, 

[See article headed 



" in 



i. ; parties 



.ill i„ 



lothcr 



««■] 



The 


l.onilon Cbi 


onlele nnoounc. 


is that tho secret 


ellgih ,li:., 


ssiug 
overed, 
sidcrcd 


ud go 

vlld lb 


oruing 
Olemo 


electricity la at 
may, therefore, 
or henceforward 


£ 


iilu 


n iti'hi'ne-''-^ 


mr wns fired by tho in- 

liiiii.lri-d illdl, per liiiu- 
k.- r or nobe. The same 
i|.l.d to every sv.n-ni of 
i- di-.tnnd to .-npcrcvde 
Jchinlot nor comliiiilimi. 



jelcctlng nu agricultural paper,, always in- 
whelbcc thn edllor is, or ever ho* been! a 
eal farmer, in order that you may knnw 
ier what ho writes and selects nre of knowl- 
or of faith, for En ugricultnro tho former 
[ives power. 



7L ^¥^Nli^F-^RMEIl. 

TnB APPLES OP NEW ESOI.ASD. 



AGRICULTURAL. 



ABRICnLTUHAL STORE, 

. ».»,.»... "■ " ■">"■ 

J. D. AETHUE & SON, 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 

Washington Street, 

HAVE J 
A LA1HJE AND VAHIED AB30HTMBST Or 

AGRICULTURAL GOODS, 

A-«« -Hd. - <•» «*»** ** - U * ' DW * «* 

LSWEST MARKET RATES. 

Reapers & Combined machines, 

OV ALL THE VARIOUS STYLES : 
The CaMVnttd New York Hcnpor, cntllnfl from 

I»ii;t'i3 TlarasU-ers, 

Hall's Thrashers, etc., etc, 




'the oalitoenia paemee. 



91 



gtorits tram $ tal jfjt^ 

BERTHA AND FHEBB: 

THE INFLUENOK OF WBALTIi 



life7 Do too 
every day nroi 
difference vfhc 






T fnc 



or with whom, is ft not better 
i it too foil of real humnn life to 
miTlhe "refinement of the ego in which We live? 
Well, 1 take » for S™" 1 '* f oa "° lril! "' B l " hcar ' 
i Q order to judge whether yon are pleased or not j 
nnd also jour readers. But, friends, 1 am not only 
anxious that you should be interested, but 1 desire 
most sincerely that nil may be benefited by after 
rtfleetion and observation. 

In a neighborhood, no matter where, SO it hap- 
pened to be in our own loved land, nod amongst 
Just such P^ °3 »« lo he found in ercrj city 
and village, there lived a family, in moderate cir- 
cumltanccs, not coniidcrad wealthy, for they bud 
none of toe outer insignia of wealth about their 
unlet home, or in their appearance. The mother 
T,-aaa->ToinanofmatoredJudgmr-- - " '■■■ 



Irs 



jrich of thi 

■ Of Uifdoo 



; no prou 
d procui 



rid; 



run I J 1. 



id learned 
>a the good 



of V 



as wealth li 



develop virtue and intelligence,!! was orimpartance 
in her esteem. There was enough she kners-fbr 
comfort, but nona for eilravogunce. The father 
was o plain, calculation, business man, indostriooe 
ond energetic. There were three daughters. 
During their childhood all were happy. The 



They wer- 



Tell employee 



if good lies 
a dome 



llh,h 



opy-hea' 



of the mind, is prosperity. All these I 
enjoyed. They were nil, to appcarant 
Byandbytherewcrcehnngeaintheneigl 
more wealthy persons located there for 1 
deuces- Some largo and really elegant 



for the child of hi 



fear for the futi 



cottage of U) 
first lo 



"Yes," said the husha 
property of a very we 
mther keeps himself nt 
is good position 
self. His wife and fam 



niily. The mo 
cll/'saidshc, ' 



style i 



tbe)-«i 



,:..n |.nr.:l!.i 



. all ri 



i of wealth, to do n great deal of 

"Do good," said the husband, "in wh 
wonder, do yon suppose such people do ; 
getting nil they can by grinding the poor? 
entertainments to tlfoso of fbeir ovf o let 
ore termed 1" 

""■"either," said tb 



rays ci 



aappin 






Each priced "it. |i:ir.iiirii' lln-ir rvL'illi.r n ■ ■ n t-.-ljt -Lil 
course at the collage. Aficrnbricf space of time, 
the individuals composing the family at the wealthy 
settler's, in the newly erected dwellings, were 
brought, with i',n.-iiler,.).le di.-jilay, to 1 heir new 
home. All the preparation (at uno of the dwell- 
ings] fur their re, tjniiju, (. ..i,l,i lie .'tun for a number 
of days going on; and when il, .■ .ijijendi.l ^arriuje 
drew up En fro ot of the bouse, it was imposing', 
such a parade 03 wna made. There were three 
children— one boy and two girls. Gome lime 
after, one of the girls of our happy family at the 
cottage was in the garden among the flowers; she 



itofibcl 



ooking 



the verandah ot their bouse. Presently she 
down the steps, and motioned to her to co 
her. The inmnle gf the collage, whom I shall call 
Bertha, passed across the garden, to the child, 
immediately exclaimed: 

"Will von sell me some dowers." 



"No, r. 



;;,i,l Ii-rlli 

said the 






give Ihem tu me; we boy what wo i 
flowers. IFe shall hnve a garden s 
tneh grand flowers. Mother do n't car 
kind of flowers that poor people has 






.il,, .1- iji 



nthe g 






■aid ihc little one, all 
confusion of b 

"1 don'l knnw," oald Bertha, "whit if I should 
be ? I suppose you 

"No, Indeed," snl< 
see how well I dresj 
(rtfbavcisof the be 

Bertha offered her 



'.-'."iry tiling 



of Mr. M.; anch 
;, Mrs. SI. was of 
her back parlor, 
urrounding the ct 



her not to he guilty "f si 



ie passing at the 
sltora calling and 

. Bertha seemed 
,klng directly to- 
onld see Sirs. IL 

imes the curtuin 

:r mother charged 
rnchofgoodmnn- 



.u fully 
■nssians of tho mind), 
rich and we are poor, 



:il and, Mamma 
.all the pleasure 
here has roused 



1 . i L lb i ii ;-. . [-Injly u I' ruiiriL'T 



1 by her 



rtyl" 



DippnilbiJIty a 



eiillh g 



"Mamma," said Phebn, "you always taught us 
that true riches was joy, ond love, and peace, with 
a good henrt to do right. This is all I understand 
about rlehes; I ask no other. We arc very happy 
In our home. Wo have enough; ond I am sure 
you always find to spare to aid the poor and needy." 

"My darling," said the mother, "may you al- 
ways feel as you now do on this subject. But nnw 
tell mo w-b.nl loose little girls wished of yoo." 

Phebc told her all that had passed ; and ex- 
claimed; "Pear mamma, do say lo me now, will 
it annoy you fur Ihem to come, ntij may I go to 

"Certainly," said her mother, "you may, occa- 
sionally; and you may go now and loll the lady, 
that It will he no nnnoyuncelo me, but n grnlifica- 

Olf went Phebc, nnd all was perfectly well wilh 
all concerned. This group were happy. 

Phebo was naturally of a moro loving and lov- 
able disposition than her sister Bertha; and yet, 
Bertha had runny sterling, prominent features of 
character, more marked Ibnn the younger one; 
generally th 



sh*i 

always been under I he control 
mother, nntil in the present u 
rcnccc, when no argument, no i 



objee 



■Utry 






Inn III,.-. 



; Il.rtli.. 



n followed hci 

men tbcra, In that inler- 

ail. Alt thn deep fccl- 

cre gushing up within. 

in had been strange- 



moneyed wretchedness of heart, nmong tho rich, 
she would perhaps hnve fell otherwise than she 
did. Wealth often, nnd isolated as an object in 
life always, bring3 misery ; it becomes a master, 

painful scene thai occurred between 
and daughter, there appeared a sad 
change in the inmates of the collage- 1 



d she I 



lkrlh-.i. 



with 



d Of her life); nnd 



if f,>r.:u uf eirei) 11. SI a IK en, the tuqutl will show. 
She allowed the innocent prattle of a little child 
i make such na Impress, through the intellect, as 

ites of the soul ; and, in the fierce manifestation 
' purely selEsh propensities, she had deeply 
ounded a tender mother; -Irancelj- lurguilm ..II 
:t pr'rviun-: ii]i],n-..ii civ pili ii ; k-;-sons of humility 
id lore— love to all mankind. 
Reader, cast aboot yoor miod a constant nnd 
eternal watchfulness, that you err not as young 
lerlba did. Why need she bo so sensitive on this 
ubject? Why conld she not hnve pursued her 
iwn tranquil course, without being turned nsidc 
ly Euth trifles .' Instead of doing so, she seemed 

d ready inflamed passions. Wo will lt.ive her fur 



quick perception of the father soon 
covery that there was someiliin- un- 
g n gloomy reserve over bis little 
family croup, lurelnfer.- io cheerful in their oven- 
ngs. Be was wise enough to refrain from any 
illusion lo it, nntil the girls had bid them "good 
night," nfler tile ..lil-f.i-l.ioiK'l family prayer (the 
thanksgiving, the invocation for protection from 
il, for sopport in trial, and for peace with and 
re for God ond nil mankind), which always 
osed tho evening intercourse of the family. 
After the girls retired, there was n free, confid- 
g di.:Clu-ure Id 111.- Cilll.-r -i! .ill I lint bud |...s.-e<l, 
for as known to tho mother. He listened pa- 
tiently, then rose to his feet, exclaiming : 

'And this is tho work of the wealthy too often. 

They sow the seed that produces n crop of misery 

thc liTes of others. The young arc thus oflcn 

forced to crime, goaded by the contrast between 

iround, in their splendid, .ippor- 



, ; e look a 
hebe; hci 



d, sweet-tempered child, 
eclly in front of the garden, oa t! 
side of the street, another wealthy man 
.self with his family, in as good styh 






oppos 



approached. Her 



5. Stirling)-. " 






">-..,'■ 



d she, " 
thought you did. 



..r,.|,.l,ull,un 
r. She was en 

n-illier often ; 



t let n 



nnny amiable qualities 
ihiblled a something ii 
ty, restless expression 



will 1=11 you, 
make your a. 
fflsh you to t 
ipnre yon, to 
would annoy your i 

Ihoywilleomc. An 
old yon I 



settle,. 

Mr. II. 

ic mill 

; toward Phone; hu 
After havincspokei 

,ther distant, she wa 
street to them. Sb. 

'I will ask mamma; 1 



made her request; and, with 
ncceeded In obtaining pcrmis- 
ind see what they wished; but 
diatcly. Gho passed out, won- 
reqoired to return immediately, 
er, the two little ones at the 
ir bunds, saying; "Mamma, 



he house." 

owliat surprised, and 
mil introduce to the re 
re logo back hum., Ii.ii.lv, 
, The little girla beckoned 

,t they wish: It 



They i 



; rich 1 No ; slit fell happy ; for she Lad 



rtof rt 



[.-il.le 









1 fhn n 
in plain. 



style- 



ted, though t 



is.ofthc drudgery of 1 

ofourchlldrc 



her father's spirit, in her organ- 
He showed, by ranch of his cou- 
10 had suffered nt some period of 
in mind than he chose to disclose 



even vet existing around us, il cxiulcd then ; it 
os, and is yet, too much the case, Ihnl wealth is 
ic lover of power; ond thus, too often might 
ak( h hulit in our world. It is oppressive r.ften 



n of In 



thorn 



teUigen 



is often 



There was littlo sleep for the elder-mombera of 
the cottage that night. Before morn was ushered 
in by the king of day, the father h.nl determined, 
lo remove his child from the place where she had 
been, for the first time, led into a perception "f 
tho contrast between Ih.-ms.-lvej a rid others living 
mora oslentatiou-lv ; for the family were not so 
poor as might be supposed by many. Thoy hnd 
nlwoya been very comfortable. They were poor 
only, when contrasted with thoso who make a dis- 
play in tho appliances of.weallh ; bot, contrasted 
wilh the other extreme, poverty itself, where wont 
makes wretchedness, they wcro fur removed— I 

rich and poor. No wonder they were happy in 

places on our earth; yet, not many of earth's 
children arc, content to stop in this condition, bul 
grasp on, uud on, till they hnve too ranch by far 

The next morning Bertha was told by her father 
to prepare her wardrobe to go with him on a short 
journey, in wbleh he though t sho would take much 

going lo. She was told, lo visit a relative of her 

Aad now I will tell tbo reader what Borthn 
knew not of at the time. It was lo see a rich 
nunf, who loved the world and its fashions ex- 
tremely well, and pursued Hie pleasure bought 
with gold; and knew liltle else. How wisely the 
father acted In her case, or how far he erred, will 
be very apparent ill the tea el u -ion, which I hIhiII 
give In the next number If possible, to Imish il,e 
story. MoTUEn Ruth. 



"My dear, have >■ 
ominc; very dolci 



el, there was n shade 

an been lo take lessoi 
ow nud pain to forget 
' Ihun your sister? f 
Ttiiocd that nothing c 
be rich ; and I f eBr 






— Tho< 



-,- iulii L.il.e Krii: ; ivliile fr.im tile uthur siil 
.e roof the water will run oir into tributariu 
o Ohio river. 



SEED, PLANTS, etc. 



SEEDS! 'SEEDS!! 

Crop of 1858. 

Just Received by Express, on the ut earner 
John L. Stephens, 

A FULL ASaOttT.MKNT OK SEKD3. „■ 

pBOP or 1 1BES. 
TAKE NOTICE, 

The u[,,rrr-i -iii.il 1.' il,.- ,l.--lru... ,,( ,.- r,,:. 1:1, in.; ,, r. ],-,'-.l:-,r,, 

„.,-"'; .Inn : ; ,'.,. r-M- ■■-.I,-, rl,-,( -■ r.-.r ■ I.]rr,-..l 

Ihe f mra. All B«d. -Il .:'. .rnnf ■: I iru- 10 .nine. ^^^ 

J'lli, ilKLI.Illl.K fl'l-li:>, ,u "• In"" b l.rlce i.i lliiy 



Foreign and Fn.mr.y Grape Boots, 

Pencil ani Cherry Trees, 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 
'" "* J. L. PANauDBN, 



SE3B3DS ! 
FresH j\.T*r±v£il& 

Wtt Agrlenltural and Horticultural a 

^ SEED Sl'ORE, -* 

KO. 103 CALIFORNIA STREET. 

JTew Crop of 1858 : 



lbs. Ojmo Oran K ". 
KsFienchSuiiar-Ilool, 



600 Ibi. Vetches, 
.,.-" IV j l-arlf Kent I 

EOrjOO asortcd Fruit Treei. 
DUTCH BCLBOUS ROOTS. 

Double Iljaelnthi, I ltanunenlaK, 

Nareiaur, AnoniDrioi, Tulli'?. Tuboroief, 

Crown Imperial, ] Croeoi, Irli, 



Sold nbolualo and retail, in euanlltiej lo tail 
huin, nt our Seed Store. Alio, Pruning Shears, '. 
Ids aad Prunine Knives, Die. 

TJ. D.— All orders farnardod to J. P. SWEENr i CO, 



Miv-VinR Seed Wareliouse. 

New Crop ; 
HUNGARIAN GRASS; 

Garden, Flower, Field and Tree Seeds. 



fjig THE cil-iBji 
^A I lla C nti D Tn Sta , t, 



Cultivators in theSV 
■re, and no havr,-*- 
-0 ,-r.lv tho Pumt 1 " 
ey will give the otn 

Agricaltural and Scientific Books, 



IEEDS, and CoUeotloni ef Floiror Seeds, 
put up in noot paokageJ, tilth dlreetloni fer oulliration. 
Goods securely pocked, to go to any dhitanco . 
All orders by raall or ethomliu (irith romilUeeos), 

K7- Light kladg of Seeds can bo romnrded 



.1 lh.,l:.,r 



, paid). 
0. L. KELLOGG & CO., 



SALT!! SALT!!! 

WASHINGTON MILLS, 

Corner Market and lleale -.iiccis, 

S^i.XT FRANOISCO. 

rpHE UNDEHSIGNED UK-llHK^ TO CALL PUBLH 

from those MILLS. Particular' oltoutidu '"i.-'i ".!'. ,.l'i- 
rumlihtoE 

SALT 
Of s raporior quality, for Table Use. 

MorchanU, traders, notel-kespiin, nod nil nnrohason 



Also, this SALT will ho found of graaL isluo 
It is prepared with reference to PURITY fiaai i 
dolelorloui lubstances. 

PROVISION PACKERS 

n ill End our SALT very excellent Tor packing Provuloi 

s»- In ordor that the HEAL VALUE ef oar SA1 
mat l,e Wna. ire invllo r„r;hasori to visit t 
.MANUFACTORY, wburo ho shall be happy to ib< 
lli-;m tho various qualities. 

ii. T. CHAOE 4 00., 

1 1.3m Comer of Market and Bealo slroots, 




SjfiJSr FBAMOISOO, 

MANUPACTUlltrild ASfl DEALKlia |M QUNi>, l>l 
i.,1.:., t.jmrili-K A|.|i., ia|.i ., .1 L „ , , b ,„ 

mid Dun Jllnisrlnls. 
rfptcljl slleniiiin li [i>!d lo Ihc numibetiin of Flr.l-clo 

KIFLES AND I'Oi.'Ki;i' riiiTijl.S. 
tr All kinds of Bepolrlng done— else, prompt i 



NURSERY BUSINESS. 



1858—1859. 

SAN JOSE NURSERY. 
FETJIT TREES, 

ORNAMENTAL TREES, 

SHRUBS, PLANTS, ETC, 

IS'OOO EOSES, 

aKEBNHOTJSE PLANTS, 

Grape-vines, Etc. Etc. 

PALM OR DATE TREES 

Perfectly hard? in California. 



FOB SALE IN LOTS TO - 

Trnile supplied aL a h 



[T PCBCHASBB3, 



■Xfl I OFFER THE LAHIiflST VARIETi' OF «Eg 

^Fruit and Ornamental Treea,3£ 

SHRUBS, EOSES, SIC., 
That can he found in any one Nursery In California. 

(-ALL ORDERS mil bo promptly allendod to, »nd 
o TREES carefully packed up iu bundles or boxes, 



* R O S E. S "* 

IS THE LARGEST IN THE STATE; 

HAS RECEIVED THE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

At the state FAlil, held at Son Jose. 

B3- olY CATALOGUE, B Irins the dhTorout varleUes, 
I have for this reason, nnd other Information, Hill be 
!ent to ovory applicant. It will also bo found T<i!h my 
AGENTS, os follows: 

MONS'R DELAEIONE, 

MESSRS. GRAVES k WILLIAMS, 
01, 00, mill 71 Slcnbmit slne(..&U¥ FRAXCtSCO 

MESSRS. STOUT L SARGENT,- Stockton. 

MONS'R JACQUIER, Somoaa, 

L. PREVOST. 



1 FRANCISCO 



TREES! TREES I! TREES!!! 

GRAVES & WILLIAMS, 

jet- -mm. mj ic rmr 

GENERAL COMMISSION WERCKANTS, 
Noa. GT, 09 nnd ?' BleTcbnnt alnet, 

(Opposite WnsbingtoD Market.) 

1. UNDERSIGNED, It: 




CALIFORNIA TUBS, 

CALIFORNIA WINES, 
California .Aiois! 

COLLINS WADHAfflB, 

WOULD SAV talhwolntcre«rdlnUie i (^ T ^i 



113 Battery Street, 

Sam fbamoisoo, 



13- CALIPORKU BUTTER and CALIFORNIA PAILS 

Tbo Genuine Wry PUtU 

SANDWICH ISLANDS, 
JACOB SOHRIEBER, 

.Suit door to iDteroallonsl Hotel. 

tsr BBT PULU Is the Haollhlost, SoRoat, Oheapost, 
and moil Durable material Cor Bodtllng nuw In use. 
Kg- Fleas »ih not lire In 1'oj.o Bsdoiio. 2S3n 



92 



THE 



•BlilPOBNIAJABlIBB. 



: %\\t MxUna fatmtt. 



Flan to Advoi.ce tho Cause of HoiUculhiro. 



1 FBAIfOISCO: 



Our Traveling Agent. 
We oreplcn-ed to announce ihenamcofDi 



oar'nsmril Aflnts; or rati remit by "III, « "one; 
always MOO .aiely through t he Pc-st-offic e. 

A Special Agent in the fisstern States. 
Mn. ft. A. 11am. "to left her* In the (learner i 

in vnrii.ii* place?, will net as our Special Agei 
Nurseries, Farm*, Gnrdenf, Sleck-Fnrms, etc. 

Wo commend our young friend to Die kind courtesy of 
onr friends there, and tope the)- will r-end 0> a goodly 
lot of mb-cribcni anil 



oTGol.I 

d'Zir to wery thinking mind. By lh« 

plan of Col. II. the Society can be sclf-^siain.nL;; 
i cooperate wllli the 
Stale Agricultural Society, anil also tc- entitled, to 
and patronage or the Stale, ns on institu- 
■tthy of its notice _ 

Mmnot hat approve the plno, for it =• "■■ 






• pies 



r.- i.iiiJ rliL-rji.i) 



f M-inofrel 

.i £ IMMi-li'Tf. ' 



■ bail)- h a friers 
monta. Parsons 
lujiph'cL 



■rh, and nil perse 

rW.-n'i-i j'',.r.j.' 1 * 



[corn iJ, obi. 



Tbo Wool Crop in California. 



p or In 
InrgBj very huge, there am 
will prove vnluableuiyoM t 
or.t {hill} ii catow, it will I 
lVc cannot criritoek the m 
Slates for tho nest fifty years 






o no doubt; tlinl il 
ore is no doubt, foi 
tcayi bring the gold, 
■kct of the United 



tsneb a market? 



6,00g bales; 1be| 
would ho double' 
we have every re; 
20,0(10 baled, or ei 
done, California t 
men have but a fa 
that is growing u] 



tuiKnu 


should si 


the Bfi-t 


asi or their 


rent mos 


trulv says 


Theim 

urjj.,.r 
.ln-lry, ; 


g 


ll-.U;, ].r 


1: d. VI 



ool collate in Califor 



int. 



I lo the i 



a fk-rV ,-,( 



'.■'."lid n-.il 



n this beginning, and from 



heep and Iambs 
purchase. 

Tho Eome excellent journal speaks of the Pic 
neer Sheep Ranch or Flint, Uixby Co., in Monte 
rey county. We were favored with a call from Hi 

lowing foels = llr.Flint camo over the plains i 
1B54, and bronghl o 
horned ■ " 

some imported jftrinc breeders, be bos" 
of about 20,0on sheep ; over 2 000 are now pure 
Merino o( three dUT crcnl hmi3 , all of the bigh- 
ts! Atncur. Tbi* firm has some of the product 
or the origin.,! >\.-. :!yfi m , Sp.iniEL Cross Merino;, 
and fur motion sheep uneonaleJ. These sheep 
wiU n sigh, on foot, at a year old, 125 poiiads, and 
will clip f[oni o io io jKiuuds wool tho 'enson 
word, in New York 35 cents a pound, und washed 
"cents. TW:v,„„| !„„,,,.!,, ,,,, .„,,._, ..,,,.„,. 



demand. The p 

2,300 lambs— a sci 
WM ewe. about 1 
shipped lo Boston 

pound. It will be 

the dip of n,,, ,;, 
from tbom sample 
Ihelr Kbcdule ( 

poondsforbnefc, 
nndallof ninen 
great buek Crici 

tbaibjuc buuiri 
Mountain Hoy f, 
Mt *«".Flinl,Bi 



ndect 









h lay befi 



,: ,-[hv, ol .Sonoma, for lb 



m ol" 



oposcd for the Stale 
me. This Is a gram 
jnoma County wilt go 






<■ frojec 



knowledge, power, nod wealth, of oil v 
engage in it. 



re of nil failures 
iblc selfish fcclii 



has party, seel, creed, or i! 







tgricul 


oral College 


alto 


Congress for an 


Kt« 




rerv pi 


n now sug- 


orb' 


noma County, w 


o said : 






Stale in the Onto 




cr lintl drawn 




ortupcriodoflira 


.'A:T,J, 


m' ii.rln.' 


Mn 


n is the (Trent "»- 


inslitu 


!,,,,. i„ liu-ir 




rings, and the be 




or oilier nn- 


w 


ningtoustoreec 


vellioi 


l.^idll. llul 

.■ i,n i..-iiin. 












ounlry shall, by 




pie and he 










I tl 


se inslilutions n 


ay be beneucinl and 



Sow every Counly can hnve n Society; enu 
College; and, in the grounds attached to 

_-iiULtk.|>s, <::m llic voiiuj lit ednturi'd pr.i.rtie.illy 
by a/ipreiiti'-isliij'i; and ItiuJ intrcmse the value 



c the plnn of Col. llnra 



n-ill not give ua n Slate 
ds, and out own Stall 



in the people of 
a every County. 
,-ccan do much, 



1 Stall 



will not do it, llici 

7 Connty have a Society, College nni 

Grounds of (heir own ; and, by and by, wo wil 

tve one by the united voice of tho whole people 

The following sentiments we uttered in 1864, ii 

the document alluded lo. We feel theso truths still 

l :ee ill this Stnle n r'r.miiic nf future great 

Is destined lo be the great granary of oui 



ice, ton, no opportunity of new Hour 
- r i ■ 1 !:n...ii te'l-v. ti. lit derived from ii 
L'OplQ Of nil IiatillllS lo lll'turae eil 



ited that wo published 
it year, having received 
wools at tho time, and 



■unds each for ewe: 
th, and also from It 
aids. Thusitwillt 



■Wf I . e 1 i .'■ V 



ug nn inUueocc oter so many people, J0 .| 

iny dilftrent nnlions, as is now offered I 

people of the..* United Suites, nod by the i 

wbich wo would most respectfully suggest To 

li..!Lih,:.lhlv bodies." 

We present the plan for an Agricultural C 
for California, wlUi Grounds, etc. The pi 
Col. B. rally meets onr approval j and we 
good may result from the meeting at S< 



Proposition to Form n HorHonlturnl 1 
olation. 

quences of education, are a 
niiou of the mind; and while 
[Hires n Inrner " 0,a ° { "P'" 1 ' 



table, 



of St 



prove- elt.nrly to inyi 
Nana counties, should not remain behind ; nay, w 
aught to advance fur nhcad of all others; not tht 
wn bio more enlighted, industrious, or nmbitiou 
th.in our noightfora ; but, thai we possess a climal 

cqunlcd in Califor 



Iraost t 



jqghoo 
d tbo frnti 



tell ; 



ently inj. 

lo Soooma, and a part of 

his, furnish a full crop, 



.Iry ii 



honorable premiums. These County Fuir 
call the primary school einniinntions; Iho State 
Agricultural Fnir the high sib 
They remunerate the completed scholar, but nflbru 
no means for bis education lo make him so. How 
can a student l»ni and pro^re::! if ho has 
old books lo study from ? Hut give the student 
facilities to get the best modern books as he pro- 
gresses, and be will not remain behind his fellow 
students. What tho books nrn in school, Ihi 
plants nnd the knowledge of their proper eulti 



















croon 


9 and ready for 


istributlount ils 








orlher detail of 


11 


sand 


by-lows-, but i 


will be evident 


lu 


1 that 








Idhav 


c n decided advantage over ou 




rnltiir 


il societies, as 


it will espcrimc 




fully 


very tiling Ihnt 


Is best ndnptcd 


io 


nndc 


mate, and will 


in n fow yours 





adding those received fVnm th 
shareholders will eoon appen 
ith such a variety of noble fnilti 

icoin thoUninn.nresullnolonl 




to the soar 
irscs. Suci 

iudleidii.il 



holders, bpt nlso I 
results cannot hi 
nterprise, however 
is nol those advantages 

r the United States, w 



snllli: 



G^eriS S ™..!cVlt C Mj n Vry'" 
.':j."n,y.ii,! Il'ill -t: r-i-.i.ri ;.t. r,-l,-,nt ,. 

r.trt.j.ii-.. .■. <: '-'^ ^'.^''''.I'.i 

£*nl£ t! ■ ' J "i ''■< r-'-JiS 

ii;'.\,n r,.' i.,.i. . -.-■ .v .■ i L, i .,..„.ii„r-- .!>«!■ I-";:-;"* I'!'" 
"'■'■■" - r. .:.■ ,i...'ii,-.-!--.L..;K.-...v-i.-i.f.-^-."iH J ■■■'■; ■■ 



card of mo, to send mo ape 
'hey would hardly answer my t 

artment, 4c. 
Willi tho nbovo proposilions n 

cullurist, profcssionnl man, t 
hnnie, as the last three mentio 
he country, possessors of gar 



will work o 
;nelit to onr 

urpose May tl 



3, *C. 

rom the Stnic De- 



ofnll, and be parlin 



.. April 10,18 



is lory. 



Jlloi 



■elm' 






juhle nnd laudable i 



planted fur multiplying them, or put forthwi 

wnya First, the members of Congress get 
portionatc share. Second, the Co mini; 
sends lo such individuals ns are known 1 
iy ropnlation or by personal a cquain 



Vnluablo Varioty of 'Wlieat. 
dsome specimen or Wheat, which beaded 
he 20 li day of April, was brought to 
lis week, by J. It. HcDavid, Esq., f 
Mission Son Jose. Mr. McDnvid informs u< 
rought this variety of wheat to California 
157, from Illinois. He lias grown it tho past 
mrs, and has found it to be superior wheat for 
ur. It is n heavy, red wheat, nod has neve 

found to riroiluee lieavih- on ilie Mi.vst^ipjit 1"'t 
id is known as tho Jfoy Wheal. Thisivhcn 
r by two lo three weeks than Chile wheal 
ample of this wheal brought ua by Mr 
feel high, and is beginning 



,nd It 



Now 



t heco 



it of 



its, roots nnd seeds a 
or attention. But th 
present, b 



rally ■ 



To Oun <**uiar™ rasM ._., Tnlvl , lls Ln „;,, 

1 by Wanderer, have come to baud. , npp , 

;t week.^ ho. 1 of "Bertha nnd Pliebe, or I 
' "b," by Mollier Hutu, rceelvedo 



mting Iho rural Interesls 
but by tho above described modes. Therefore ov- 
ury cummuuitv ought to form associations to nid 
this institution, and by promoting its inleresls 
they will preeminently promote their owu. To 
effect this nnd add largely to said end by private 
enterprise and energy, I propose to orgnuiio a 
Horticultural Society on Iho following plon, which 
plan, nevertheless, when tho society ia onco eon- 
-tlluled, mn j- l,u uttered or ntiitii'led by tho united 
wisdom of the members: 

FLAN. 
' The Horticultural Socio 



of .t 



'-li.-L.l--r- 



. The ui 



it of >1 



o S10, and each per 



.ai i.e riv 



hundt 



i for 



■n J. F. B., 



ecply 1 



Tho 



talk il 



t heav 



lint it tliro 






many stalks, thus produci 
iols belter than any other voric 
■ grower. Tho sample brought 
Ccr growth, from a Email lot of thi 
Another crop of sown wheal 



;ives great promise. 

only plnwed four ot 
f ground lhal was si 
e ihan Iwenty-five pi 



t yen 



> tho 



ourSloto Inrgrlv, having thus far |if 


ved free from 


ing the cow 


smut or rust. Mr. McDavid thinks if 






should follow Iho present wcotber, I 


is wheat will 




be fit to harvest by tho first of Juoe 
deed n i.iluuble acquisition, to ou 
McDnvid will preserve big crop for 
which will bo for sole nfu-r harvest 


This is Su- 
ited wheat, 


bo guilty Of - 
sentence. ^ 
clearly, fully 


alwajs affords us great pleasure to 
improvements we oolicc In tbo p 


Oisniii. — It 


a public one 

I'uturu lliej-u 
lo be placed 


When last ol Oakland, wo todo to tb 


ouUkirli, to 


view some new residences and no 
grounds, which gave us convincing 


vly Impiovcd 
proof of Iho 


before Iho pub 


success which would attend n high 
vollon nround every homentend at On 


Into of culli- 
lnnd. There 


lor leads the V 
the. sportsmen 
ing laurels for 
the best limo 


ure (.-o tii'iny/ifmv] that ptiifile call h 
outside and inside, liko some forlorn 


ms, that look, 
hope, or like 






;:Kr: 



,-(, Ml Mil Mr'. ll.T.r-,- ( .iti Kr.uicm-i . 

.t!.. |.:i| .rr-: ■■. ..rit'-.l - loV.r | :■.[..'!■ . .::.'■ C-illi.jn iu 
IV.. I.,.';,-!-, ;.iU-.» ■■.«.[.', I. -v. ■■!'- ,...'JJ IL.li.15 
„'■..-, I..M „.-,i-i --vci-i -„:r..,„ 



'■r'tl'.'SIv."'! 
■..rt-'.l? IV..I t 






r a-- ■ 



ili-.PO-MBniJ 



cif uljiuilnrj Poll ilili 

: miili'- L'nrn'I.L'i.L.I ('. 



■,.f);;..(.MJi.:t.ln..JJitlie.« , *li.ii.di 

.Win. Moore Sonlliii-T. V.,l[ lr 

,.l, l)..vi-. manajer CWind 

— Mi,l- i Hounhion Villclo 



V, ry 



.bser 



wlcs, 



gave 



one of o 



chhelind 

recently paid the sum of S140. The suddenness 
of Ibe attack, its peculiarity, and ils fatal termi- 
nation, induced Mr. Knowles to seek tho aid of J. 

who prescribed for tho 'supposed disease on first 
call ; but the sudden death of the cow induced Mr. 
K. to call and ask Mr. Taylor 10 go and examine 
tho cow a/ler death ; he did su, uud what did be 
find? that, we 1'e ir, ivhiih m.inv dairymen would 
find if they would examine .the carcasses of ilaln 

Mr. Taylor assisted in Inking off tho nfrfo of Ihe 
cow, when lo and behold, the come of the death of 
tho valuable naimnl was found to be tho naur-a- 



t of the milking stool. 

,'ould prevent his kill- 
men again. Wo only 
prill beat 
raid 



.t -.lie die, 



I the 



>n the "Dignity or Female 

ionic lo onr correspondent N. I). II., 

ved, and will appear next week A 

raluoble end Interesting letter from Mrs E W 

n happily received and on Dlo for appear. 

om Ihe great SiAti 



iidcill, Trem.1 

• Tho share- 



D 


YOD 


, E) 


a PArea H* 




frie 


nnd 


''.'' 


r readerj w 
old Stales 


have 
or Baro 






tile, 








wish 


toon 








good 


Uioj 




r." 


Ijlnu 


by 


toiling h Q m c 


>ocb a j 



'f Alab 
onrjou. 

•:rili,;.„. 



Its dignified style, 



d the vi 



and welcomed Into the homc-ciit 



capilal of i 



'banquet hoil deserted." Not a tree, shrub, 
Vine, or flower in sight of thai home. Go Inside, 
nnd there too a great wont of those tvmforti thai 
enuld he had at trilling cost of labor or mouuy, 

But wo intended til Jpeak of snine places we saw 
that did pleau m, for wo nolicod impro vein cuts. 
Tho splendid residence of Mr. ITenth, of Green, 
Oealh A- Allen; the residence of Col. Coffee, and 
ninny others. We visited the well-arranged ground 
of W. II. Uovco, Esq. Mr. B. has ndded lo his 
former bniidaome ground some twenty acres, 
nthis 
is line 



a fine lut of trees giving grout 
wo saw largo siia poors and 
boing l ofBI , already. A hatful 
ce eul dinner made us in good 
^Plorntion. Wo were, however, 



itgbly gralilied to hi 



With such 


a name, and such fume, il Is only necessary 




his pedigree and porformaoee, and look nl 


tho hone, 1 


pronounce him one of the best horses known. 


II will nlw 






c," without bias; and the proor on reran). 




.arse without au equal fur hotloto ns a tret- 






Tayb.r, In. 


ling against that famous horse Itatllcr, Fab. 


20, 1817, a 


single daub ol thirty mile,', to harness, for 


$1000: Ti 


no of Qcu. Taylor, ono hour forty-nine mm- 



tl-AO 


conns,— Iti 


nil Shaw's ndvertise- 




: fur them 




11 lr 


uuipb, for b 


e- relies on I.isoirn 10- 



' *'■ llo.l ami j..,o-,j|- .sh.,,,, Tl,„t .rill aliral* 

'"■ " l """" '-' ■■ SI,,™ !,„. I,n„!,ed orders W 

10 urnormt of $0,000 wiihiu tbo lost teu .lays- 

Puiie Oil.— ferauns desirous or seeing oils 
rslcd, should call down nt Iho waruhouso uf ln° 
eiirs. Slnnrurd Uroiheraonilseclhe different lesis 

liT-'iu'"'! " I ' 1,li<: ' 1 '" oil.- lo :.how their purity. 






THE CALIPOENIA _? _4_ R M E 3^. 



93 



DOMESTIC SUMMARY. 

Mr. OWpBT, who rejidcs on Sacramento , licet, 
,111, has sera. Eon peach tree, now 1= bloom, *"«*■ [h0 
per from the !««] .iae e la-l-pri")?- O" 1 ' 11 ""*' 

I, the «> know 11WW to«* *n *■*• "■ 
Baker, tin Supremo Coor. has """^ 1! " aKU " n ot 
the Court it, thi. An «■<! ta»t™W " t0 oal " " dK ™ 
nunulinj; Iho m arriage. 

V, tan, from u Mta-HM i= *o """1 ■« "'»•■ 
rils __ in Iho daily pnpcM, thai Mr. W-Oncy, tf- 



i, ,..-,. : „-l ..I S-iulJ rit-i. S n. > mil -<>mil )-, or 
f ibc mi, in tho livery -table of J. Jl. Willi 



EftrxDiTio* Otkrusd.— Wo received loiters by 

the oyorlnnd tnnll on Tuesday, bearing Unto ot 

Bocbcsler, N. Y., Match 23d, thos moro rnpfd linn 

lie Fonttmt. rente, we racelrlng by 

entner, through TVell_, Yargo A Co.*. Biprew, a 
box of plants of Ihc Camellia Jnpoaico, pocked ol 
Rochester March loth, in fall bud, and reaching 
hero ready lo bloom, safe and fresh. This we call 
rapid and safe transmission. 

S3PB OI A.X. -STOTXO b e . 
P MI15- P- E - KOGEHS— Fnmlly Sawing. 



Greatest Labor-saving Machines of the Age! ! h« Hundred »™»f" 

FRENCH SUCAR-BEET SEED. 



CALIFORNIA INVENTIONS! 
TJa.© California 

Combined Reaper and Mower! 

Th. Beat Combined Hsonsrand Hawer now in Bat 1 
WILL BE MANUFACTURED FOB TUB PRESENT 



ir bricka, which *c.ai_o pihnicrced during tho n 



Ordway. T. F. Btjlij, J. N- McCuoc, J. Q. Shcrloy, and 
wminm L. Andcr'on. a. Tru-lces; S. Abell, Boco_d_r : 
Q. A. Cross, Marshal; L. Lsmbcrlson, Treasurer! F. 
Fo_l, A?.---or; J. F- Siddnns, Street Cammis-ioncr. 



in* lo the woods, i 
_» prepared for them 



» getting onraly, and 



U_--_ into a hive; bot Ihey rlaid only throoor fnm 
dnye, when liny .uddcnly l«fr. nn<l were traced in thi 

left and wo_ f,. i.i..! in n Ir.-.- about half a mile ailtajH. 

Tar. San Mnlno Canty OaieUa is the name of the 
county, by Mr. William Godfrey, an _nlerpri-ing (jrj». 



____ll.'l ™>U in the cOBBly, thirteen hundred and fifty 
uerc- ot grain, nearly nil of which i. wheat, ana bids fair 
for an abundant hareest- One held, of Poor hundred, and 
fifty acres, pnt in by Mr. th_li__i_- of the Ban Mai™ 
Farm, is noticed a> very fine. 



TlTl. 


n nd 


,!,:.„,. I,- . 


the Am_.li 


Ledger w 


_« 


tbalM 




Van 4 Alex 


ndcr. of Plac 


crvillc, __j 


the 


















...1 ll.. Rati 






Mine 


Tbeo 


nd hu been 


coal bed ba- 


■:.»I, lil.U-J. 


■:,i, 






TbesinUn 


rn ha. a dip 




era 




from 


thohoriloutall.ne-andlb 


bed nill d 








in Ibid-icss 


and noaliiy 


urthcr froi 


lh 








de of coal 1 


u already 








.there is go. 


1 reason to boli-ve the ei 


.pi; 


wulpr 




lbju.-til.U-_ 









Toe £tHrt_Ti_orfl 'jl -juzuneat^ by aonanimoi 
injected the propo.ilien of the Slate Fair Couuni! 
to locate Iho F.oilding! Tor the State jigricollor 
03 the comer or I and Fifib tlreeU, and nude 
poinlutnt to MMtdlwllh the Con. mission. in _j 



(illy ili-r. 



It the i 



at, -llbon^h tha j 

location f _li'l ^': t.".:[nr]ii .]■ rMir. flu -11 V ,i;_T-:'.l [■> rn 

Good Kr the Sopsrvisors ! Try again, gentlemci 
Ibc Oomntiltee. Look to the llaili-ad ronle this ti 



Tn„ Stale In-uitt, Mr. FiN.]ljT.foniL'li-.illi. Ii.i 
Boc with the f-lloaing Egaru., showing tUc condition 
tho Treninry, and of the respective ftnds. It appca 
from IbL', that the rum of $301,314 12 was d_>ti_i_- 



4_,150 OS, In April S-u,t_H 60; total, S061.ll 
BMrarwa, in Joauory $101,-510 S7, Febmary S 6,1 
March 10-..0- ... April (to 10th] 01,102 _. ; ton 
boned, 1301,319 12. Balance, S_00,0S7 40. Thi 
loed among (ho foUoning fundi: G 



maocmi] FAMILY SEWING will 

,l_ of the air. 

BOLTl.VQ CLOTHS prep-rrf f. 



rill iHlUyhurahlllry to plean .thorn who rcay 
o oUcr their p-lrunago. 

!:■■ I-.-- ■ '; ■''■■■' "■' - X ' '"'".." 1r ^'' ""- 

■ihlbJtcdlu a.\ ilarV %v,li, ■.■,!■ .I ]■.:.-.■,-. i:r.:r)'..> -D 

-d__E?T!-C hn. rn...[.r.t [.'.]'.:■:: f. ■•■:■:<■ ■ 1 '■■■■ i 

^ [flpn-dl 1'. -I". r,e.-.T, i 

Un. B. II. Cop-lind. Mm. K- L. S 



iy -i,i;icp i 



And rosy dram- and •lumber- ll_bL" 



_T_ep I Sleep I 8loefh I 



Q] Lboy'ri mimed ar._ pup-hue [ 



THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE i 

•PlfiTmitirt Peels., 



1 PAit-X_-_t A :■!.:■ li wealed 



FARMERS, BEWARE 

CALIFORNIA 
4'O.U «I \ CI- REAPER and MOWER, 

Peck's Santa Clara Header and 
Harvester ! 

HAVisn i,i:.\i:?:i'.f rii'Oi VAiuofs ;t.n itci:?, 

-_.il ■[:.,. .-.ell .'. O. , i-f ll-i- city, or,; eli J-:-.v,., ir,.- t- 

_3m q __aan-ae°rri^'n'tho° l _l_nny\°iMhin ^^^ 

in Ibo field, tun -.rl, that oil -u__ icprc-enf " ■ 



ft the "Manny Mac) 



i H INVOICE OP 



3>UBI-T si:f,i> h 



-l!_Yt-l loo.t TCli y<-il li /, fJ ., .</ laptrier ./"Otiiy. nail 






PECK'S 

S-_._STO?__. CLARA 

HEADER AND HARVESTER!! 






■■■ -:■ I, 'n- [n |..r,-l;... ■-' i".7 1 1 1 - 1 - ■ - 1 -.i .ir ll.'-J.'c, "ill 









J-6T,7C 



:i(5, JAbr-r, S,1H3 -?, Interest and Sinliin 
S, Swamp Land .0,693 ft, .Elate, School Lao. 
BegiltntiDIi -02 U, E.lalcs .0 09, If. Emit! 
0; total, 3330.11=7 10, which ™ onhnnd a 
if buiin™ on tho lBtb. Booelvcl, April 30 



Os Monday eroning, l.ih April, al.ont mndoim, thi 
Inhabitant! of Monte Crbto were .tonlcd by a nimblbij 
noise, like Uiii of bb cartU'inake. The earth bad parted 



.'. Lull:, r- 






other 



t'ar-.:.l,-,.lli.,.l,r,_rci ItBMJOon a'cerlained that four 
peneai K cre uiSisJn 6 Mr-, lioweand two of her children, 
and alto _ little »n r.t Mr-. II. Wright. The dead bodicj 
ol M.i. W.'. boy and Mr.. D.'i infant were rcconrcd 
thesame cr«,in B . The enme night, nbont o'cloeb, 
there camo ao.ihcr ovul_o.be, which HmpellWI Ituui to 
fly for the oi h 'ht. Buly n <.,i morning, the March w 
renewed, and .Mr,.. UowC. body -__ found with alnrgo 
beam resting on her neck. Tho body of Mr. ll.'i little 
girl bad nul been fonnd. An.,vb(, child f M„ II a 

Kl of wren 



_rii..in.- .-:, lh_ "M:.r,r,y I'.H. 



California Combined Eeaper and Mower. 

Wholly uslikc Iho "Manny Mnehiuc," except In tl 

..,.-■. .1 il.- h.,if..., ,.„ i-.bieh Ihoro Li not now, nor hi 

I thick I know what I am about. I have hod li 

fiit-tloni from l_o'l°ate„lO[B;_!'o. tho"variao_ kioS' -- 

ir-'V-V/'ti!.. ^i[ J 'r'!::\i|-".!l\T| , 'i^iitj' , 'b-™.ofc»'ot 

I nl "learn thnt'Tam Ihreatcoo-J wilh pro.ee ntion., 

-■■■■I I 1 !, .Li. tt.o fi-rr, ■:: ■ v.!,.. ..ill 1,.,, ,;„,,.. wilt I,.; ,„. .,- 
ltd Tht! |! 111'. :\l 'till, UAHE." .,,.] ll.l, (,,.„ 
■- L r y well "j ;.!>(./ ■■.!.'"■ I\.r I if. it.ii: ll,,: ...Ml-ii,. .| 

:a»_. nod cov.-.i r;,i" v. t. I,i..| m !.. 1 l.._lt_ri_\ with 
rlowto tho hre_kil._01.r,f -II. [uoMiLlmf., :!„„-, ■ il.m 
.ymitbtiho ru-jro .cenrely arnl . ..;.=.-lolli r,:„iii, _, 

AGR1CDLTOBAL TRADE, 
d keep np prlcci ol rate, roioom lo Iho Farmer. But 

o; far, lln-Lr ...null, fi.ii ..■!■..-!, -iilirelv .m!i .■,! li 

I nill e.iilinu- tumilcf. if I _,_ ,._.t,l„.J by Iho 
■ni-.r, l.-T ■.-.!]■■,■' iulvr,-! I mn sle.vlily at work. 
TboErcal'oerct of ll..,ir .-r.-rr-, r .i:|...u.« iinj eilraardl- 
narj warfare ui.._ uio ,.t ilil- r .i rli _ ul._r lime. 1_, that 

CALIFORNIA 

Combined Reaper and Slower, 

od Ml cii that (hey 









rtCy 






s.rral.h-1. Jlr. [f,.w.. had U 






■!.■:■ is looked for. 



,v f, ,:,'. tl,.!,:, 



■ work. In fuel thia nomber is highly 
» Will double the n,„„l,,r of hot ::ul,,,ril,.,,,. 



.1.1 it , (be farmer, and 
et cater cat, Moehina. 
II be obliged lo hold a 

bnllWodoer-esibat the. mu.l "crin anTbenr'l't ™ *' 

r.r.oo. nh'j ili.c.l..!. [.r.v....Lti,,.., „, U |,| |.„ „.,,,,. 
l:-:M_r..,|.|..ycdio.ict.all! r .|.; ! ___ti_ 1 -_, 1 ,l,.^| l iJ.| : i|,. 
tho Hath of their a .< ■- r I I'.ri ■, l!i in l.y -.li.liii.-tbeir hire- 
ling, and rccicl tir..ul:ir.. an. I li.-ti.r.i ihiuii,:hout Iho 

.nnlrj, lo polsoa tho public mini] uiih n.,fiir.!, 

Why don't thoy [irorecato mo, and let the farmers 

ol.-.o, I The; Y.n„<* toll null thai tli,.-. . ,,. .„,, .... 

attlon A.. _ ,nid above, Ihey End IL. "u_niT-OA_iii" 
con((.|aontly the teouo of ihelr optralions IhLi'joar 
b_. been transferred from this city lo Iho farmer in 

I repeat, that I am MANUFACTURING the 

California Combined Bcapor and Uower, 

Innd soi the "Manny"), 
and I have PoreblMd Iho Invention called 

"PECK'S SANTA CLARA 
HEADER AND HARVESTER," 

which I ami al„ MASGFACTLHin-O. and .hall eon- 

'v-'V,',''";". 1 , ";""" ,,; , r -' ll,| aihaj_h»llhlB , lled. 
-ir lib ihl^ I Qui ■]'■!'.■ I -i i :i r.i i .-.- r.i.,1 .ner hovu been 

' !■:..- 1 i fi.r ll:.: Ii.;ht ih«.n.i ilit- ii.- , ..,;, ••' " ' 

TUOS. OGQ SHAYy-, 
1-am Ho. aa aacra__e B to itiW 



i Eoapcvr, Moweri 



lli'r,:." -.-■-".. ,0. [.. 



■","'i , ,l ,| "- ,: " l : -a».;~".l _^b.,i.Xi-.i 

'rc'i i'i'i u', r ",-'M -'l I ' 

' ' "'l^olb., Uie ,le_Ic. Thomacoloouoflbou-oi. 



lorh-iSiulu CL_r_Coutitv Grnlo Cllpiicr. 

F. n. HUllDOCK, Ch. Cominltiec. 

THRASHING MACHINES I ! I 

AGENT FOB JOHN A. PITT'S 
. \I' Alt* ■,-.[-■.--_» IlIACIIIlVEl- I 

Elahl and Ten HorJO.PomiBJ, wilh Track, and orcrjlhinj 
coinploiei, ready lo hitch on to, 

Ohio Thrashing Machines 1 

FOUR AWD H1X UORflE-POWERfl, 

WIIH TBUCK3, AND EVERVTUINO COMPLETE. 

I nn ratily rccommeo-l the prupeul Lot of N ACItlNES, 

u lA-ag the U-.t IJ.'.t ..n- i li I lni;,.ncd, u ihcy 

_E____Ct__TJaj9 I I E3:s:t37-/_»>S ! ! I 

V.'.. line ,.,, 1,.,,.| I ,, lull ,_|.|,ly „| „|| ,_„ Jin-srent parU 

■', '■■■■■■" j 1 '- 1 ' '".:':' : - ■""■"' '" ; '" ■"■- pardon ihouy 



i.. l Sai__n..'^_o. ' iStaMd'pec"', litu,"' 

TI-IOS. OGG Sl-IAW, 

Agricultural nnplomont Manntactory, 

!* a-ff Ffl-I.vc;-!.-., 



Tho Celebrated Trotting Stalliun 

'GENERAL TAYLOR,'' 

,ein_ il".. 'l«i ..I April, IBOT, al .HJNTK 
iNT flAW-'ll, loo, mile- from tbe city, on 



5 PASTUltitGE ami 6TAIILIKG ran ^^hKJ, 

MnilSlee oH'ai-'r 1 andfced fo^ ™ro_d M_'™,'aTl ofl' 

Tl... l..!,l. an- 1V--II r,:„c,-l, -o ■ ^ - i-.y r^ '■ ; h;'-" li;r ' 
..°v i l ,'.'.u'ri!.-..i?:i'-,i.L.Li1li: -loh-ac, with grain a 
Iperday. __ R mjHTER, Agcni, 



BANKERS, ETC^ 
MARK BBUMAG-IM & <30., 



BAH KttaSCISCO . ■ OAUPOnNIA, 

siglit Bills 

Bank of Commerce, Boston. 

IQHT AND TIME BILLS 

American Exchange Bank, New York, 



ir Month Iniereit Allo-red on oar 



rXrT 



The Celebrated Trotting; Stallion 

Black Hawk General Scott, 

F. K. SITATTUCK 4; CO., 
OAKLAND, ALAMEDA COUNTY, 
; Fifty Dollar- tho Scaron, conimc_elo S April lit, an 
ding September 111, 1650— payable In idroncc. 

GENERAL SCOTT 

or urt cr panlcn r>, ,u rc-^o ^ 1,"^-™^ - & 



Half-blood Merinos, 

CrLENDID IIALr-DLOOD AND TllHKE-QUARTEFl 



full -blood Lelceilen 






MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

University of the Paeiflc. 

rp«E INTHODUCTOUV LKCTUilB to Uic FliM Ci 

.'"rV.'-V" 't-.'ii.ri. "tJ I'viic-" ' " '' 

,\,l.1„. ■. ,., I.-. ,1, .|..i,.,l l.y it:, II .1. nt: Oil 111 

'■-,- Vi;. i'i'-.Ii-'si- i- ...l.i'li n ll .'il'-i 1. 

!a5i R. Dt:Vi;nLv col.K. M 



THE "NE PLUS ULTRA" 

SEWING MACHINES. 

THE PATENT LEVER SEWING MACHINE 

(Under Howo's License). 

MANUFACTUB.BD BY THE GL0DE oIASUFAC- 

TDRI-.G COMPANY, 

339 Broadway, Sow York. 

MAY BE TRULY REGARDED as tho "No P__s 
UlTHA" ofSowiniJ Machines, end nil who nrowi.b- 

,„. ... ii,i.| .. M ,. i.in... irhi.-h i.- -:.i|..l.le or doing any 
kind of Sowinc for Tailor; .,..] II.-., i-.-iv: , "ill, : ..li ■■ 

faclion hcr.tofi.ro utihnoni h.iuld li.-:. r.„ lime in 

ardoilngoao of the PATENT l.i VI •; M. .rill :.!:.-. 

Sow^o/M-eblncV^'lha. _ "pATEMT LEVER WATCH 
l,o,l e-ciy ..no knon its value) occupies toward, a 

'.I.. '. ' li, ■ . lii.h," nblohlooh 

il.c fatoo ,,1, bull, liilcs of tho rubric, and which ennnt 

1,11 " PRICE $50. 

In all respeels equal to Machines horolo_.ro sold at 

bui-dr.- dollar, and upKurds. 
Sj--. L.ii. ,-■ .1 .•■.■..iiir.l.iiiii by tho I'ATEKT LEVE1 

■■.-•iii*.i >.,n-r. ,.„.!. |...-.-, ,i.n_„-. _..i, 

e-.Vn !.T I,"!.,.- i "; i! I :',', : ..'".f Iho United Stales and°Cane 
da.., lo icll the oIhth-o nainod M.ll.lne. _ An ad v mi la ceo ! 

. I . I ....... . 



MOWING AND REAPING 

MACHINES! 

Offl- SEVEN DIFFERENT KIHDS. -© 

All the best CombineJ Midlines in Use. 



INTERNATIONAL. 

Ssin Francisco, Call (bro la. 



THE UNDl.r.-ICl-i'.-D INVITF-. 
the attention of tho Traveling Pi 
and d Iran go rs la particular, to than 
of this Homo, 
hod andor ill present manngomei 



A. S. HALEY, 
JNO. J. HALEY, and E. R. ROBINSON, 
lilh adellcaor not wishing to oneroach upon Iho mer- 
it other house.., cairn.! bat recall iho ,u ,i-.d f-.v.,r ..it!, 



antlyln 



I of thi 



ihowlnj c-.ooli._i._ly ihc riUI'Eltlt'U MODE in which 
tho Hotel I- coodueled. 

It is eoollgaoui to nil or (ho most 

I'Ol'L'I, .11 1-I-HI^ hi HIUSBtlKKT, 

TUB fRlKflFib TUOt-QUUIIFAIlKS, 

THE FJUIIlOKAni-E PROUEKADKB, 



thus rendering It at all lime, the moit 
DESIRABLE STO P I' I N G- P L A E 

For Fnmilie. or Single G .mlemeii, 
daring Ihoinojourn Id this city. 



OAM l-EORCE R. BARCLAY Is now 
ill. Mr II:, ley. lo th. ] n(0 - 

..In iiiiiiuNi irill ti> |waru 



.HI, Mr Holey. In tbo Inlorn.llooal llotcl, and a new 



GOLDEN GATE 

CLOTHING WAREHOUSE, 

Corner of Clay and Kearny Street*.- 



W 1-OU3E, l-llb a largo and eery ..loot .lock or 

FASHIONABLE GOODS, 

Embracing ercry article In [ho CLOTBIXG Ll!!£. Oar 
Goodinro of the taici .^i'-'. oi.-l "I" '.ifeiior quaUly. 

We receive Goodbi by every steamer, direct 

S-IEIOIN-I __TE"W" TTO-El---:. 

r^f Tho price wc aik hi Ihe price we Intend to teko-tbut 

C A. 8 H 

/x-t: XLeducod _Eta,t©s. 

ARMY, NAVY AND CUSTOM 
GARMENTS, 

MADE TO ORDER. 

Soli -I till lici' Trnnki, 

Valises, and 

Carpet nags, 



in pksuo bolhln price and trail arc of Good.. 

T. J. BA¥_L.ESS & CO., 

Corner of Clay and Kearny atrcoU- 



POLAR OIL. 

30,000 GALLONS 
REFINED POLAR OIL, 

In Barrels and duos, 

FOR SALE AT LOWER PRICES 

Than eior before oETorcd in California. 

Parohoaers of Oil- would do woll to visit oor 



i OIL, 



guarantee to lull ALL a, lo 
.ered at crcally reduced r* 



,1 v cr.aili 



r&ated to burn n hnip dry without 
.homey day. 



LAWRENCE & HOUSE WORTH 
No. 117 Clay Street, 

0-PTioia_v.jsrs 



WhDlesnlo and Betall Da_]ors Id and Impo 

Optical, Mathemnlical, and Philosophical 

INSTRUMENTS. 



Si or.. -Hunting Spy G! asses. 



£y_ fro. 



Magic LBulerm, 
rctkil Cajupuua 



ivr_a.G._sri__"s-i_Mc_- qlass>i 

III met l-nportc-a or ...)-. i ■ ■■ Rodgera J; sona, 

OTTTLEIIT, 



_£31L_Li^v__'cl Balls, 

Forulehy 

LAWHEHCE ft H0USEWOETH, 



MANSFIELD & WOOD, 
Clotlt and Clothing Warehouse, 

WYMAN A CO.'fl SUPERFINE CLQTHINI3. 

A foil and complete slock or 

Clolhs, CanUnorei, Veitinsi and Tailor's Trim mil ipt, 

Qentiemon's Fine Furnishing Goods, 



Umbrellas, ai 
K. D— Partloolar nttenllon paid lo srder. for Officers 

ill.il'illliil, uuuk In Ihe mo,t a|i|"avcd*»'ylc'i* 

150 and 101 Montgomery Street, 
31 Bin 'Opposite Monljomery Block, Son Francisco 



94 



THE CAIIPOENIAJ^BMEE 




F«,,2 



iiiu.ds Off— Oiiraolrts," I --- 

nollo take off frloves, for ! seldom "''■"" : '"' ' ^'"^ 

to late up Iho pco ""d lcl " ru " ""' ' ' ''? ! ' 1 

ItlfaH from OH moment no "™ "' «° '" ™ e 

1 don't kpow wH»« « "'y trocl% "'" 
forwi.nl it to JO", ^ J aa <"*>' V™ ".'".-'"" 
readers, if Jon choose j whclbcr it Will he 
"sickly f cntineuim" dose or not, other* uiny tic 
tide; bnl oiio thing I bttVO tlecldcd in mj owi 
mind, that "pn'i" 11 " J 00 'P cnk ° r " " r " '"''^'"', t 
fnr 'sargieal operation — "sickly sentimcnlolilies 
of "donicilic inamorata." 
Rev. 0. C. Wheeler must 
taoie of yonr lady carreJpoodonU bud contended 
bo earnestly for the domcsllc relation flilps, ■'■■■>» 
lie hnrnionj-, domestic purity, and nil jD,nc - 
employment., as God BBneliooefl, ihot we tv 
mch a domestic set of creatures c ■ ■ i_L " l ' ,v "' 
hardly bo able to kno.r the uir.i']»'(f "■' !" ; ' ' 
■Ion, when lie nscd tbc words "domestic Intm 
mm." What docs be mean? By the .ray, I di 
exactly underhand "dniii.-lk in:minriilii ! ' 
lover 1 is that tbo 



belie 



ilefclv f 



e calls son 
19 family ol 
ica of dom 
d write thai 



omspoiidenU 
ord >o often, I 



pfrpeti 

■ball sea Ibc form of it l&rinme dsjito come, 
Bnt why? Because wo hove been advocating 
Ihioogh the columns of On PaiuibB Ibe righteous 
caose, and not only thai bat the rlplitceus course 
of Woman, as wife, mother, sister, friend ; and 
nrged npon raolhcrs eternal vigilance for the well- 
being of offspring, that tbej become not tnarrei 
by their course, either mental or physical. Per- 
haps he thinks it a sickly notion of doing anything 
ourselves to bring aboot the regeneration 
world of Immunity from error and misdirec 
■ad sin down, gloves on, and iril! wait for Gi 
iovcreig-n Grace, to do all 1 

Now, Colonel, your correspondents, a good 
many of them, arc workers, and notwithstanding 
we look to be saved by grace, we clpect to do the 
works of a righteous life as far as possible, and we 
never can get to living as a righteous people 
shoold live until we go to work and unlearn a 
great many things that these same Itev. Messrs. 
have been pees ching, forlo! these many jean; a 
.narrow sectarian .fiirit. v, liieh lln.-v have presumed 
to call preaching ibe Gospel,— Yes, but it was 
their own when preached ; not the Gospel of glad 
tidings to all mankind, Iho gospel of peace, a 
gospel of divine love. Col. Warren, after all, let 
us nil make the best that can be made or this 
nnkindly thrust ot your valuable paper, or the 
women; yes, the women who delight to read it 
and write for it, nod whose husbands like to 
uphold it by taking, yearly, with all its burdens, 
for its agricultural information — not earing 
whether the essays of the scientific men who spent 
forlh in its columns, ore foreigners or not. The 
time 1 thiol; has fairly come, when men and their 
prcdiii.-li.irii v.-ill I'; i-;k-tin'.-.] It; Iht rii'lit-ininj...], 
or their north. 
Onto mure i shall return to this Reverend gen- 

nicn tiili ties" of "domestic inamorata," If 1 know 
the meaning of those two words in each case, I 
would like to nesure him that I thiol: he certainly 



mate upon any of yonr correspondents, as to 
the eiekly to them; some of them are mental 
morally of a very healthy nlaniiing, though t 
of the ail It-fingered, silvcf-slippored tribe, 
onr being "domestic lovers," or in bii 
other word "inamoratos, " we will be satisfi 
the world to judge of as through the Fahu 
for one am iudecd a lover of oil of a doi 



ipply 



! that b 






o all It 



ir domestic sphei 






nj, one brpurity; id thai when from il is widened 
onl and evolved the -oriul sphere, It will Ohio bo 

widens out and mingles in, and Is racogniieil aa 
the universal sphere, it will still ho purely har- 
monfeed; Iben man will onl miarrpreienl hie 
brother or bis sister, neither envy or malice will 
emit from an atmosphere which is in harmony, 
which is refined, which is pure; the true mental 
power of each will be acknowledged, ihc religion 
of all respected; the prosperity aod happiness of 
all the object nnd aim of all. Thos properly, Sor- 
au>nbtut£ Jchj-.,,!, ihero will then bo no place for 
envy, jtrifc or bitterness, for worldly gain ; when 
mankind shall be etdamrd, from what? from scc- 

Tbii II the W0f fc somo of [he writers in the 
Faeiisb arc looking forward to, Unity, a Uilleni- 
nm, in the hope of the gloriotie day when the 
lamb and the lion shall -Ue down togelher; when 
man .hall walk forth „„ lllc cnrlh rH<rnard {nm 
all Hint is/ode, eras In the Inn 
are such women an EdlUi Mon 
Oreenwood, Mr*. Fnrnbam, 

Tlmydrd among the young p 
"" -■ """ if, that the lime wi 

(fi.LhereJ ,',,-ut m'^v',;'^/''" 
tiently til! the ( l,i r ci™ 
sham will be known in sli 
the foil soul's kh-Iliu" -iuc.T 



his fioili lb,.- 

r,.S.,lli<, l f J 'r..f 



I'ulili 

0, 

of all. 



il.lical, or S«ui a hc „ 

of all. And no v.- |,;, ,. A i''',' 1 ,' 1 "' '. i'*--i- ' '\< 

i-l'V--1 l ; -'.; r ". .,.,'".,;. ■'.■■'■'- '' ■' '::'■■'■ '■■l- : 
tnrrt^on.lct,, f;„ t i V ,,]|. '" "-loviii-^l iiml;. m 



OUCWHSB fusi, Apra 12 



rvll.in 



sidvunl.iso [I 



seful 



Ly Slothor Ero pctformed the first 
■tdli- work, in" Hi'- pirdenof Eden, down lo this 

,:,. l,,..,,,, | Viii.n-u'I, I'lTiHirv, 'mi m-s In- Iicirri 
,....;„ | ,.;,„ii .-,„,! ,].,>■■ v.ilh the needle, at th 
-penso of health and life. The invention of lb 
jwing Machine, though long delayed, has a 

„,.,,, .,if„ r .|, ,1 III.- n-.-l, ,1 T..livl. iin-l iv. .in in .'■ 

iuii-. ■ in her i'in.iii,-i[i.il"u.n Iruiu the slavery of 
c needle. 

The snlmitt of Sdvini; by Mnchinnrv is o 



„ It Is liable to 
the lb rend, iv be 

n all the l 



r tber 






„ h.ibl'in i 



tile various patent"! attest V\ 


c have found it 


impossible to spare time to ans 


er nil the .nqiu- 


of eru'r'iVi,,'^ illustrating the in 


Ihods of making, 


and merits of, the three kind; of 
























choose to dignify il) the "Lad 








contrived, are the only stitches 




Machines. 








This is the glitch made by m 


3*1, perhaps all, 




as long been in 


use for working fignres or markin 





._._ found adctiu 
•wing, on account of the inherent defects of i 
ivlc-threadseam. Fig. 1 shows tbc oppearnnc 
Fig. J. 




looping* on the same 
formed. It Is n met 
■ under side of the fn 
cal with Ihc k. " 
ansa Ibe thread 
fabric bo pulled apart, 
illy (Fig."2), the loop must ' 



■I li-,.[.h._- 
„,l ir f,,.i 







length of the thread. This drawing, which 
i the appearance of fhe loops when polled 

iirjfirt, v. 1 ill en.ilik I he render In judj;e of the intril, 
""" seam. If is rlroiij eni.e^h while the llirt.id 
ns whole, or i"«r mere itriiiLNi.-iit.il olildiinj; 
bnt the end of the thread must be lecnrt'd, tr i 



iSbultle.H^eliiriL mudi: un.i --..].! l.y Ibe Sw. 
,t lij';,r S. If ('..!.-,;>■,„,; h;i ? ,i rfjuilaliuri liiul ei|n:i 
any ; is niutli :-npi-rior In mi. t olb.-r-: in n-e, .in 
vvilUorv-e nnr pin,-..;.- for illu-lr.ilbtn. Wlmti-vi 



I- the uppci 

shuttle passes (Fig. 3), carrying the low 




The sewing Is liable, from 



. 5. As previously slal 
Fls.5. 



made by a fkillful ,,,„, 
c threads niavln-.ir.nnVii 
the body of tho (c 



ud answers well for many kinds i 
-n thin ur dclicnte Icitarei, the il 
lecejsiiy he nearly slrnlghl, only b 



lb J,[i:.-:-,-i[ 



1 . "I." ""'■'■ i e|, ;..-,. -riled iii l-ig. .|, On vary 
equal Z'th" 'ildckt^rtl ' **, '|7 *V"l ^ 

Ulldi-r ,-iid.; ; ,„„] J,, ,„■,.. " ■ l,l; " l "' r "" 11 "- 

lei tl.r..-,,| ,.,.. i„. ,.';'.': ."'■ -."I'- lterl.,.1, lh., 

ll.-eii.t-.-e, In- m.,,!.,;,,! 'I, " '" ■" i "-' 1 

When thinl.,!,,!,, ,.,. ■;.'..., .'.»;' ■■'■■■'■-''■' tie. I. 



either a rcciproriiliuo; ihullli 
tatingbook, Iho thread, of 

.|ii.,ri(it|- ir.ir ii^l.I nl .i lime (inn I 111' Iiire"! 'I" 

Ibrearl, i.f course the number of yards is sill 
fnrlhir lessi-neJ), must be .iiretully r-iv.nmd 
This |...t.l.in i^ fir.it |.];,ce.| on n sji.hiIiiil; him lilue 
.urd lilli.-.l v.illi Ibr.Md, and then j.bieed inside o 
(he shuttle, one end bring p,i-;,,l fri.ra (lie sid, 
(Fig. 3), nnd through for " 



o Grover & Baker 
esemblnnce to tin 
ery lady must hi 



t, 


o slitel 


csaro 


ormed 










w 










, that 






■11 




■back 














oMIii 


stitch 




B ( 


f it, wo 


beg to 


call al 



GKOVER & BAKEK ^. •:>-"-> 
SEWINC MACHINES 





pa.jed ihrniigh the lirsi me. lie-bole, nnd then 
jnnied fony.ir.l (he I.-n.'th ,.[' iwn lilrbe-i, liiul up 
from ben.-.nh ns bi-for,-. Wh, n finisbed, with Ibe 
Ibren.l lidilly JrjBn I Fir;. I'l il lli.s grenler slren t '1h 



and durability thnn f 
haud — a fact wo bolter 
require further commci 





Ihe Grover A Bnker stitch, when properly drnwi 

HI'- 1 II.' Ml". Ilil... v. I.i.l I -. . '.I I 



up. The moehino which makes it fa 

nt the llit.-.n].-; by il, „v vn opi ralii.m. We believe 
tber.- it; no other linicliirn.. wliirh does this. An 

'"Or- ijiriMeril en, l„: i„ :1 ,l,- will t iii,il,r.-.,.|i„.. 

- ' "eidle, .111.1 it a :;,..„„ (,,, Ul.en, inini-dlilti-l, 

"JUT II I..H p.. ::,;,[ '[„,„ , | | , . , , , „ ,; | , | , „ . _ ,„„| ,,,,11,1,,;. 

iNoie ,],,i,, : |„ ,lren(.:(li,,„ i]„. l-ix«J-=. il veil] l,o f„„i,d 

I-ibi'i'.-Vi ,'r,'',', r ',i '" '''' , ' r ": 1 i ; 1 - ""■ ;■■.■■■' i ■ ■■>" 

drawing. 



The 



anys 



1 .'. linker 



id from 
o, and i: 



the vertical needle is 



dlbroiliihil, .urd In. Id until 
-eeond li, „, .(,;,. .:,.,! Hi,,,, ,„h 

nd nnolber loop from tin 

irn l...li] i.ij,..-i,u- before, and 



d by the fact, 1 
ending macbln 



■l.i.lieiiy. ;.- 



COMPaHV hsrio 



IwIR. S. O. BHIQHAM, 

For the Sale of onr Machines in this City, 

Tike llils occuIod to announce our REMOVAL from u < 
pnanlioi lalely occupied by hltn, to the mom 

COMMODIOUS AST) CEHTBA1 STORE, 
no. 118 niontijomcry Street, 

AND WOULD IKV1TB TflE SPECIAL ATTEHTION Of 

Xjadles, 

DOMESTIC ECONOMY, 

And the Emancipation of the FEMALE SEX from the 
"'""SEBDLE, 1 ?* our varied Stjles or 

FAMILY SEWINC MACHINES, 

The superior Eicellenco and nnmiitiikablo .i-I.i.m.v .■-, 
ornbleh over lho.-.>.,f:,H ..lli.tr .M ,-,.if.,..-f nr.i-. ■:.,[,[,■ -t 

fail to be apparent to the most casual Inquirer. 
Wo baro lately perfected, and Introduced inlo this 

NEW AND IMPROVED STYLES, 

Which, while 



Ever j description of Fine or Coarse Sevang, 

A SEW I.EM3IIIVG .VIT.U'llllEVr 

Cno bo procured of as, Tor oilher Old or Now Slyloi of 

Fainily j^IcictLxia.o.'S. 

That eur Machines mar dlrponie their benefits tbrongh- 

HAVE "maSe" 1 a" LAROjI*" REEDCTION 

our 'priccj-from 

$7S to S160 s 

09- Varying, aceordins to liia and finish. ^D 

For Sas-ra.al3LtQg, 

And all Manofaclnrine where Sowing: is reqairad, onr 

MANUFACTURING MACHINES 



.111 wb-r.- f.-'.r m:i;i.h.i;-, ki -i : i,r<- at"u 

rnnanied b* C " 
COM PAST, 



W H IE E L B JR Sc WILSON 

MAiniTACTiIEIHQ COMPAliT'S 

SEWING MACHINES. 

3'13 Broadway, Now Torb. 

Agenda throughout Ote United Stata. 



am nuain awarded br Iho Americao 
t the Cntal l'nlace, Snv. 6. 1S57. 
'roiniou awarded at Ihe Illinois State 
ilanlnod Inriiiul.,. Eiiiiuon ; and 



llil.wt 1'rei 



SEE THE FIRST PREMIUM 
SEWING MACHINES. 



J Fair, Sop 
Wheeler & Wilson's Sairioo; Mncliines 

H...0 .,.-... ,,, i,..i :,,, iiiMir-v llui.Mjr.M ■,, 

IhoStalohnlr, M..r,.u,ll,, A„ {u .., | S ; 3 . " 

WJioolor & Wilaou'n Sewinr; MaohinM 

FOn FAMILY 



■0 1-lir, .■?..,,: 



-: Mnebi,,.-. 



•'■[■iV" M.N-iie'"",',;T :!""'.' ;!!' : ;!i^ 1 ",; i : ''. 1 ;(,h- ■■■ ■■ 

CL^E T D AS ' 1 ' C " MlilWr li ' [ " i -. LBATIIKii is! 



SUPERB CLOTHING 



HEUSTON, HASTINGS & CO., 

BAOBAMENTO. 



S 4 NEW GOODS, 




W LATEST STYLES. 



nf-t-i^ TTn.ca.ox'oierci.eica. 



BEST STOCKS OF CLOTHING 

ON T1IE PAGIFIO COAST. 
fjjF Their aim hn been and ctct ^rlll bo, to filro thefr 

and TUB TBOE&T NATURAL FIT OF THE 
QAHMEXr. 

EVERT ARTICLE FOR THE WAEDROBE READY, 
IIEUSTOEV, IIASTITVGS & CO., 

mm Corner I and Second streets, Sacramento. 



WOOL WANTED. 



TIIE SUBSCRIBER 

WILL PAY CASH FOR 



THE EISTSTJII^O SEJjPi.SOTsT. 

THOSE HAVING WOOL TO SELL 17LLL FIND 

J Street, between Front and Second, 

Or, nt City Market; 

Sacraraerd to. 



8 3m 



ar. p. staiYwood. 



RIPPON & HILL, 



PACIFIC MANUFACTORY 

EMIPOHX-CTM, 
Comer Thirteenth and J a tree b>... Sacnunenlo, 

Maoufaelotera of all kinds of 

SiDSfria3!i3 $ ®(Bg!P5!S 

Large end Small, for ctery businessj 



CHAS. ZEITLEE & CO., 
American and English 



FINE CUTLERY, 

1 FARMERS' MECHANICS' 



Best Agricultural Implements, 
HARVESTING TOOLS, 

GRAIN CRADLES, 



. I1AVJJBS, 



A B *.„, 



SAN FRAKCISCO. 
Opinions of tho Hon- ? rk Prctt 
nrefer them Bir/«>a(I ) , nK .-rr/Hnt 

*"""* "aferialr than ihe hmi-ffoufi 

banombla lo American conim-, frfrprndeHL 
«naetlna E l tl0Bn: , uMngnMn)DetfKt _ i;c 
BlloealljOMli.fictlon^Oi.nK,. 



Admlnhly adapted (or daily me.— ctmiUsfc 



Maglcellnnp,,, 



■rJ — jtithuA Jliojpijo-. 

nehln M .-£tA /(,„; 
ni— An. JjrlciWjM 



0, mmcU.-i^,,,,., 0o . Wa 
«1 for fmi), tut— J/Mfcaj 



m.-« miss m »a "«K*S£2U I S™'^ ""'■ •S"°iO»S." ?."?,£; 



VuU» Kpait 
Wo iiaimlj- pnjf,. 



requlr 



■ B. HUNT, 

riM.tLEn in 

hides, siiii,rM 
WOOL akd TALLOW. aSS- 

Offioo oa Bcconrl Etrcot, near M 

. SAOBAMENTO. 



Premium Marb le Works I 

I". J. DEVlNiHc BROTHER, 
K itrent, qamer Slxu., 

BACItAlitEhTO, CAL. 

Kgaya r"" 1 

Pioneer Establishment 

l''.'«™tw, n0 |[.f.„ t NLLlUi 

'Hi<il.'u[*rlori|uo|j|j ,],-,-, cidpkh 



Lndlon' Dm, Trlinruings 

K-OSIER-H-, TJWDBR.LIWBN, 

HOOP SKIRTS, 

IT nrliols f or Ladles' and Children', use. 
MRS. p. N0RC1I0SS, 

bare Montgomery. 

«S?^S p,lu B e_ itianumelorjm 

"■t--* l-l'.IMMISOS COHDS 

QIRDLB3, 
Co ra ,ta n tl 7DnhBni|ftndnl| 

i IMS D .'_ N ??P R 0S3. 



Ml Sacromr 



TASSELS, 4 



THE CALIFOENIA F .A. R M E R . 



95 



HOLCOMBB BEOTHEK8 



raised lo tbo ncro * 












Tori, where forty 
B f.iir rrnji. only i* 
Thcfallin,: "II in. 


ashcls ufed lo be considered 


!,Vi .^'.u'. lilui been equally 


"licit cm^, Iiot™ 


glndlo know that tbo amount 







irKr.... 


,„_■ .l.n 


nousty; therefore 


tbc pcop 




l" : -.ill 


, | '.'l"'- 1 'v 


rorioc^Frlncc, 




























iiii|..irl ml one, mi'! ll«|i'- 






■uiild Til 










[l IV 4= -- 










boiild b 


...|, | i 


ed to gather alotlJ- 


■„ilh Mill. 




,,r ,,- 1 


■ ..nil | 


ojsible Tray of get. 






















tcrly v., 


";, 


[rVhuVli 


!.. *, 
























Stale and 




1,1'"|:..! 


g ll llh l 






.«»[]' II' 


:.:■-._ 


sous iblo article in 












jeet of ll 




















'-""Tti 


i„ 


"While 


-,-c liuvc 


«fcSrf ","'£»• 






iii'n r-liv 


Id shut 


























h, 




p,l,l « 




seamen i 




o longer 







TaBlalestKorJ-coiri.il."; is credited lo (lie Sciv 
Orleans Ci.sc.-nt, -.vliivli' roper derives from Hie 

FrCnuh Ibe Kurd " iu.iitrr.rcli," ilful in qitiikirij..!' 
a woman, iu lire sninc iciist in ivhi.-ii I lie word "p.i 
Iriarcli" is u;cd in speaking of a innn. So, ben 
after, in5te.ni ol :■[•■ iUn:-' dim. ■■jn-'-ifully M mi :n 
■1ii.nl feiu-iie ::.- -ir. nil :;,:.ru.in, ik ..lull .; .11 her 



Ir "flowers are the alphabet or angel?,'' tbc 

lillle ch.-rul'.i mid sir.i[.b~ will soon tie able to 
; .„Jy Hiur 1.:11-.ts from r. i.eiv edition of the floral 
pririiiiu-r. fir ttii- 1-1 md Hid ddmous weather is 
Starting " tr 5" °u<l &"-J swelling every Eprig. 



SPECIAL NOTICES. 




H « W 



BOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS. 




MUSIC, INSTRUMENTS, ETC . 

Pianofortes, Ittelodeons, 

ESSR3. MILLAR & COUIITAZ, 
inurnr, of PIANOFORTES wl'IIB. 
LO0ION3, Bum, Into olablbhed SB 

Agency for the Sale- of their Instruments, 



York, Philadelphia, and Rotten, Custo. 



,i,l ( . n .,rk. ntih.ir Wur.i.r. 

ner of Wnaliliigtm. arm iimmy unci* 
HOIiCOMBB BEOTHERS. 



foedham, jEisrisnnsr&s & CO., 

«s- ek. o a=3 :iei n. s « 
Stoomtooat Blooli., - Comer Front and Jackson streets, 

IMPORTERS. JOBBERS, AXD RETAILERS, 

And Dealers In 

FLOUR, PROVISIONS, FINE WINES, TEAS, 

TJ-OODEN''WABE, <SsCJ., 

Families', Hotel, Ship, Farmers' nnil Handlers' Stores, 

Put up to Order, and at the Lineal Rati 
tS- Hoods delivered M osnal. I9-W] 



F0RD1IAM, JENSISGS ,t CO. 



JOSEPH GENELLA! 

j^ PIONEER CROCKERY STORE, 
*» 180 and 182 Montgomery street. 
Near Jackson street. SAN FRANCISCO. 

HAVING JUiT RECEIVED A 

NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF 
GOODS, 

IaviWi bit Old Friend, and Cmlomm 10 call and 

The Goods have been Bonght at Low Prices. 



Than over offered before. 
Eiooklnc; Glassed ! 

Looking Classes 

A largo lot of Gilded and Ornamental 

Pier, Manlle, and Oval, Looking Glasses 



Behold, crta draloi, ,jukU 7 glincn I 

Eooogbl lbs Hrti-i, \L IE. VANCE 

Dasnemlon Coli 






r ' ■ ]"..::■'! l,y il,l» Roncdv 
,-,r.,-...:. Ir.:,, .! mi . . -. : , , ■,, ; . i J 

■oprieton, 13 Tretaou 



FELLOW CITIi !::■:- ■ ( i,..-'.- I....-I iimoucsnanloce 
fbooverfii'.ri,.:,. :■' . i- t "."- T," i :.t, n,-..- jii.-.it -.-.nh 

IOU In three fire. ;.r..J lime ll.-K ..nd ir.l.nl lo lii o 
..,,..11.: j. .0 i-.ith ll.-, r,i,idyd,.,r,„,i!,.. r,:r!.,,.| nr, i,i'..r:.l 

i.t ■,-i:i. :,::r..li..r..-i . ■,■.!:■ ":■■ mil ■■■■i'I-.n. .-.-hi.-l. Ii. 

..r.il.li.l iv.:: 1-. |.y nr,.- ilon.lir.l (.'■■!,■. ■,', ill'. Ill.ll.ir 

- ' eaionjtor >■ nr r.-nrir, a ..d |.ilr.ir,.i;r, nun induto- 

lo now [introns llkowiio. 



JONAS GV. CLARK & CO., 

IMPORTERS S^B 

MANUFACTURERSS&a 

IHTJIl^riTTJIlE, 

,n ° Washington street, 

S.ISi jVH.VVCISCO. 



Ij.lrsl 



FITTEST FUBNITTJRI 

and uealrl Invito the ettenlton of iho ntibllc to 

OOR PRESENT STOCK, 

The Largett ever offered on the Pucifc Con 



FIRST PREMIUM FOUNOEHY. 

"WM. H.lilOOEE, 
.a rraneisco Brass and Bell Foundery 

NO. S8 IIALLECK STREET 
(Rarof AmerictD E.chKigD), 




Qange Cocks, Cylinder Cocks, Oil Globes, 
Steam "Whistles, Hydranlio Pipes and Nozales 

EUB. MINING PUUFOSBS. 
COUPLING JOINTS of nil tin, t10-93i 






P PI SB 6TOCIL— All 



* LIE-T STOCK IMfXllFAL-- 



COAL YARD. 

C. H. EASTMAN. 
Wbolesaic una Rclail Coal Dealer 

Comet of riattflry on d Oregon Streets, 



. l. v ., ""' '' l '■''"■?.- lo.i;l!:lll. 

f-ohloli, Livonwd (Otal), s*,tch, and nlh. 
dc»t]pl!nT.a D r 



- CONSTANTLY ON HAND. . 



j^.TOLISEj^ 




n in tin-.: ■, 



i ..:;<; I -I 



fJIST :■-- itiLT... i, 1- ■::;■:, ,..|i n [Ir.liji-f ::nd J !•■ ll.,r. norl 
■ it^een Lho.-n «■!,-. l,.ive yW.:t:\ n,, tht, 
d ItiMooho have devoted their Rhote 
latter cla-M I hate lb- b-ifinr to belong, 

. ... jbmtai-'lliiilu: Ail.inllc Si.nc, ;nd 
bu^ri en.;i:;r: I in -..id 1 n.'ii.c- f r I be li.- 1 . i r I,1^li, ycm".. 

Bell avlog that life la iwoat to all, and that Iho neoide 

i-li tn trn-,rv iiiicro llo.T ,: .n :■•:! .n.nr |r,-,;ri|.lii,ej IllicJ 
:IU: r[,lv 1 -.-. ill I,- t- ..!|.:r I'.ll Hl.cn f.ir 

flair Hie 1'rlcc VflanJJ]- Cliar^cit 

By olhe_r Dm=|.-i.'t". l..,:ilin:ii( t - i,r illi , r ili:.,r,lo, and el 

o (hall bo ONE oflbo boit, if not THE 



-....ikw.NEW, 

__ A STI'.AM.Ci.ml... Urn;!!.,.:,,,,,.! t.[.eelall T '« 
, :1 l. :t it ,,,, ..„., :.. , 



ir.hi-.mi 

iNOE in t 
make it the m'.H iil.in.i-... . ] .. j--l f.ir rtirj -. .iln..l.le 
I':..'m,i M. li.iiM., I'r.', ,>n.| .?ii,.ni.--.l V.',. in-. Ll.. ,.,..- 
' - "em Mt.ll.dn..- c ■,[],! 
=,""■ — <■- IF]"['-.ii:'UIj lirc-nr. :■( 

Open nil Nigh 



ML'IH./INK-AT 
or throe gooC '" 

nereallor 

o:-.'i.v ih. 



re far u 

Ihf.o In Inli.-en- 
""^Tllhoiamol 



in the dav time 



il.-nroiL'r.d ].iirt of our eceiJj. 
ved the osenclrs for tha folloiiln, 






Corner California nnd Montgomery streets. 

AN FRANCISCOj 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

TEA! 

" ' !&.„. OTIT S«D. 

01IBESE. 

£003. 
PORK, 

FTjOTJR, MEAIiS, 

irioos Farinaceod FroparatioTU. 



..„'eilot Oio In-.vi-r ir.iri-1 I'll-"', i.li.-iin-r <■-< trsit.-.j^c 
,,r ili'-iii ..|:'I u .rr.i.il ..i,-.-l.' m I-- .-liil .--'1 r,-[ir.-.-in ll.'iu 
in be. Ooli.-i- lr..ii ll. '."' '-'■■;- |'r..r.i|-llj- filled. Good, 

CHOICE FRESH BUTTER AND EG03 WASTED. 



GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE 

DR. F. G. JOHNSON'S 




PATENT SELF-EEGDXAHNO 

WINDMILL. 



MANUFACTURED BY 
D. VAN PELT. 



ceoomleal Windidlll In Iho norlrj. ' 
Tbo undorsiKncd bavin- purchased Ibo Eicliis 
;iobt roa tue MisorACTUBi or these Mills 
iiib Sr*rE, will mnnufaoiuvo and keen on band 
.Honing tlui, and at the folloirlng prices ! 



Iho atiOTD prices inoludo orerjlbing roadj- to erect 

DEPOT OP MANUFACTURE, 
Nos. 90 and 93 Busli Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

i r. r..L. ... i'lr, i-iitur i.H bureau J. Thej arc . ■.!■-. ■ u ." ■ I t ■. ■ ■ I 
being increased lu "Jn li-.r-c-i- ..vcr or iii"ro ; Liri-J iLi-j-lii-J 
f-ir iiny |"in-oc v.Iuth . I.Llion.H j- i-.-.m-r ... ncL-li-l nnd 

i^l-i Ui.Mih. -1,'i.i.i":'.- 7,'ii ''[.",-,.,',',',;,!,,' i ::;. \\\[',\',-. 
:.|-l,..:. 1 n, 1 ..-,.i.T, nill siili.-fy lli.-r.,.,f i!,„d..|.i,'i..„, in. I 
..l.ilili- 1.. ■■ rvc Ihclr i.urr-Ko QfJieleullv mid Inlly ll i- 
unlikeell. D rWinduiUl,lli.Ll .ire eallcd ,df r^uUtin.r; 
llit-V line -I.llin.i.irv |-.i,i, 1,1.1 -in., I! r.,ven in,; Inn.., 
i-.hi.dl ir., .!..[.. ,, I. 1 ii|-,:i r. ,rr.i-ln:.l,, ill.. ( ..;-c.l r.f lli.j 
['jill; v;l|...r..M., I, j l'r LMi J-din-T.'- l»-itont Ibo Fail! 
u-i-A-,* uji.ri (1,.,-inn. mil Inn. Il.vir i.-l.-o t-. t tj j i-. ml 
v.lisnr. ,-:il,. i-r .ul.l,li ,:n I .-Inl-.c ■ ir : :il d .i,-|i[i. a eliil.l 

,;..ii.-|..l. ii :,',,i-..:i l.j inmir, .-. !„■ t. !,■■.,■, I, r.|o the nlnd, 

l/uron tho'ihaft° Tliejo Mill™' ttn he uicdlnr any*pur- 

Kg- I>lea..ccnll ;il ll,., l.lT.rr. N.„-. mO nnd 'SI IIUs'lI 
STREET, SanFt-inciKe; "bore the M.inulVi ,...,r isill 
I..1H, (.K.-nto In ■l|.-.7i.,::;.!,.|,-il:,l,,;,,.- rl,.., ,,.,,!,, ,,i,:,l 
rriiiei|duii|J.n-lii.di r.-li.ir,-, i. I, .id v,r iL-ir .. u i ■ ri-riiv 
..rtr nil „iber Mill. I.d -.. n. :■: :i .;l.i :b i-;i- Jm-.,: b H ...,i|. 



^Wo Im^Tl nenil, :.\\ nl „ur i-.vnl-. Wc think wo kna» 

uhllc a, (n^.ri^'ind'.i.jil'i'.r.' Al all ovijVi' ' ' K,:',."'° 
all. and WE WILL TRY 
vfi-12 |J. L. P0L1IEMDS 



MAIN ft WINOIIESTBJl, 

P Harness, Saddles, Bridles, fig 
WHIPS, OOH.AHS.T 
SADDLE W A RE, &. C ., 



r Alio— Boat No. 1 SCOTCH PIO IRON. meja. '* 



n. n — n..^ :j 



■Hh |i airing prom [ill/ al 







r. i ,n:.-.,l ,rl; In- .1.1 I: ■ ■ "..!■,.■ lb. .- nf '1 



PIANOS, MELODEONS, 

Alexandre Organs, and Music! 

Prices Greatly Bedncod 1 
HORACE WATERS, 



,lnd til ., Ynrl I'll ■! M-l ■■!■ ■: 



!v" i-'- J.'i'y ..V I ,V,V.!.ili.j '■■! ii..- ■:-'-...- l-.'.i-:.'" Tbo Prow and 



lUDonb vejuiljjpmnr 



iqrantt.-d l.iH.diJ 



K-!'V.'-.!'?; i Ji i ! I ,i'V-TVimii:V.' , ;.[.'i.'-i.''i.' 'i'.'.' i. ":..'■■ i. 

1,, -1-1,1 i,-r tn-.i ,-(■[■ ■.! !■ • I . *l.' - ': '•■■•' ''■'■.■ l ' '>! ll' ■■■■ ''-■■"■ 
....... I |.--],ll,-..- M.I. -I:-..., ■.-l-.'.-^-'...n.l tr.nl, Ii-. nliljrml 

,ll,^..unl. E-.er, iii..liinn,iil ■■...rr.nlL.] iu ^ivc perfect HUJ- 

Alelnnilre Organ*, T iv,i ,t',p.i, jliM; rl^lil Hon!, SIP); 
cl;hl ito wiUi p,!i'cn..-i.... *JV. ; l-.ii-l.-i.-.-K.|i-. ;.'J.">-. I "■■lie 
. jo, , bm ]i Tr .T.r -''•■-' ; m.-l.-n J., v., tl. j.ni.-.:-. |..ri,;-]'l: ldi...;u 

:7,-L-V ■■.-, I li'i.drjANOS.Bl great barstlnJ.eonilanUr In 
.10™ rrieefrnmlMmlHrj. 



pcipn'ld. Caulofna tenl bymaU. t^Abficrald 



. i I., .'i T . I .. i .'in and dumbllilj.-— iWoed ir. 

rl.-,.. ..|. r,r,.l Lnzr .-L-I nr.l.-r : ...ii w. 'I |.l.-.--.-l i.i:lnJi-i i-^icrn^l 
:.|.|.-,rii(icc. mid itie i.iq.-*.1'-.i. Iln[..i I .l.-.ll b.ive oeeailon lo 

tlhcm7tlrn°< 'on i.".-d."y'.'-i r-m'..\. ■■ I ','.",. i,:i'(..r"l]w vorj bJi- 

''■ 1: .'■!■ ." I., jri hu nVclT arrived. I feel obliged lejrr.u for 

ii'i'.!-. j'ii! fi.r'.rn.i:',. r'J,.:,'. .-. ■ii-'-'.'".- 1 '.[•'''"' ° ""^ 

■Tt,- 1'pii-j ivv duly ,■:.-. i..,l. Il.-nm s.-.ll.-nlcrm- 

didnri, and I. v.iry m.n-li ...Jimr.-.l \rr niv mini.-n.ii- I", inlly. 
Arr,,p,. jnj itiinL. Inr y. nr |.r..ni]ili.._ -. ' — ill..l-ii L C.iu[.,:r, 

A. Lotb-im. C-.ni| l-.-ll.in. I 

t-t-rL W: nre I.-H..I.]. -I in .|..-.l. ■ I il.._... iii.irii.n.i.i:. -.in:, i.-n- 
hdi-11...-, Iri -in p. -1 ir.nl l;n....|..l-.-.. nl Lb' Ir ,.,:c. II- nt l.-nr 1.11J 
.ln:::!:l- !..> ' — |li. I'. i:--..n s '. 11-1. 

[L-l'i'ri'li-!.! Inn ll.'"n-"r. E . * 



b,. i ■ i:,'.n i, --I ■,.!., -.-'.-. .M.ji'. ,.-;i.j. 

■-IV, I. ,,■ rune, .iii.I M.l..:l. nil .il|-.ll,n;n ,-„m]i..rl.nn v.llti 

Warerooms, 333 Broadway, N.Y, [a 



CUT THIS OUT AND PRESERVE IT, 
AND WREN YOU WANT TUE 

Best Doullc-Acting, Lining and Forcing 
PUMPS 

TO BE lEI-iVD IN" THE STATB, 
rriHEV are -iiitaiiii. k.h siivi.i.riw OR DEEP 

Honse, Factory or Mining Use, 
Fire- En glues, iind Irrigation, 

Prices aecoiJlng to elio, frain 913 10 SJ130. Ever J Pump 

DOUBLE-ACTING 
OOPPEH PUMPS, 

Three ■ ply Rnbher Forcing Hose, 

All akes Load-Pipe, CoDpllnga, and other Fiitnres. 

For sale by JOS. S. PAXSON, 

naorlpUrepinijiblcUiinrtio.eeinllh^Olilce. [lUrD 



WILLIAM T H U R N A U Ii R , 
Importer of French and Guman 

FANCY BASKETS, 

English and /t«ierfc""i WiWoiMeare, 

laao aid Willoir Chair*. Lodica 1 Worh-siandi 

TO"S'S, ETC. 



Hags Wanted. 

THE HIGHEST PItlOE PAID in c,t 
Knii >1 lhi> i.iiil-,- ,f ll,,-. l.|..i,..:ir l':iv 
- — rnlmtreei. n.,, m,,„i, ,,, Hi,; ,-...i„ 



96 



^FF nAT,TTPOBNIA£A_BMEB. 



Caflhidoro Goats lor TOXaa 

TmScwOrl'Mui I'i.-ai'uric, »' M'«fli l!Hli,!«iys: 
"This, afternoon Mr. Aaron KotT, or Georgia, «iU 
htn hero on lb. RlMilMlt R- W. Powell for Red 
River, on his ""'.'■ i" Cli'-r-oVite cnumy, tn«, in ere 
lo deliver to Col. Toknm, a well known citiien of 
thai section or country, turea goni> ot llu I »»- 
merr shnn-l species, purchased by Col. ^ okum ol 
Mr. Richard Potent, or Atlanta, On:' One of Ibeso 
goals is a buck of pure blood ; Hie Other '"" "" 
C1VCS of thrco-fonrlbi, lo soveil-l-ifflrtli* [Hin? Mom!. 
Mr. Rolf bos nlso (no other animals of the "»mo 
breed, which lit "ill exhibit ■■'! ?ell, •■- ■-""'■' ""■'' ■ 

"'The Cashmere pool way Introduced into Ibis 
wun.rj, in IBM, by Dr. J. B. D«ls, of Soulb Car- 
olina, who obtained Ihem el much espouse and 
trouble, >rh,Ic be w employed by Ihe Sultan, In 
Turkey-, in Asia. They aro ool tho Tbluel Bbswl 
goat, or the Angora punt; and nalunliit*i in lull 
country, have ogrccd lo call Ibcm the Goibmcrt 
goat. From the pure ubile color and silky fine- 
ness nod great length, of their fleece— ils value 
eight dollars per pound, the cnimul yielding four 



Wholosolo proda °° a R °^ ^j^. 



What, F"', 12 Via K;'' 


Poi.n-aVcn-1 ...j.'.-'i-'^"- 




















CiUngs," ■'■' ■ • -■ * 




Turnips, -Itifl 1 






is^Merf.*. do S»3te[SSi!?nfflo"'.=F« ■•"*«»« 






There ba, bwo ae ciijpi 


'"'^.'-I'l-lr ."illi 'iSdTCIT 



im. ii'. :■ i ■ i 'i" ■!■"■ 



ifj'iii^^V'aiR^JUT.'sJSic: Mn.ui.ltj-, safe P ». 



B. F. EOUNTREE, 

110 OT. AY BTBBET. 

SUTTER! BUTTER!! SUTTER!!! 

T HAVE IN STORE, ASD FOB SALE, AT GREAT- 
LY iv ru-loL-oJ prices; 



^-j Bocon, Clear nod Mess Forkl ^^ 

I 1 ^ ^ 

And all other goods usually found la a Grocery Store. 
The Irido of Gtocers, families, boarding- boose keep 
ud fanners, u> reineclfnll y .olfciled. 

■ally bought at forced sal 



W3- My Roods a 



FARM STOCK, &o. 



MORGAN BUCK IliWJt COMET 
MAYHEW'S RANCH, 




members, U2 honorary mem 

5G6 subscription members. 

in- much pood, and ipreading far and wide, by 
uans of its lectures, read, rig-rooms, and per 

good influence, n love of InlclleclunJ pursuits. 



sriih their thoughts. Wo coo only say tee Icaie ou 
■■tescriteri' W /rieitl m decide Ihn question nhclhc 
liii department baa been worthy or nuL We have ro 
etiied "llolhp.r'e Paper!," by "by D=lL r ' We retun 
thanks. Thy irill appear soon. 

Sewing Machines— our Indj- friends wc knot, 
will be pleated lo i*ntso tho aphoaliarn given or then 
valuable helps to woman In her domestic dnties. 

Caliroraia .Votes obont Locusts ami Grin-hop- 
pers. We can only ray lo onr readers, leak out To, 
tbese felloio. They aro like cnrlons men and slander 
en. Tbey foster and breed In the dark and undc, 



mil, a 






and pro 



I'Mily, and ptncrally go to feed upon the brigblcsl 
richest and itci. Their oojeet Is Lo dcslroy. Watcl 

lL-iraj,|.i„:„] L Ilrrca.ly t., ktlllliL'ialnllwtEC. Plo, 
Ihctn op. L'sp:.:. ili,.,„ I,, ||,.. ..,„-!,., ],i |. ,,„.. .I,.,. 






ory, fi 



loglo 



; Pol 



Office, the Cork Oak Acoi 
nmcnU. «'e hnve received Ibe speech 
John Minor Bolts, r Virginia, ,1,-livcml u-fot, 
the Academy of Jlusic, K. Y. 
A verj enrions egg was sent us by Mr. Jos. Kinj 

lion at our office, ; it Ls of large al 
email cr end proceeds a lopcrini 
inches in length, somewhat lm 



VI.lHiilll,. d.H'- 



roin lb i 



»«... s «,, ...«,„•,.„„„„• ,,„; ;™, 

i''-.;viiTti,. ™u,„. „,„„,. 0F „, v ,,„„ . 

'»il-i k> I'-n. au, F ,, „„,,„ 

I3 , "««i»«i,n, ;,;,; 

ti £;,""•' -"*••<■ i ...i.., .i,.-,..„t 



p.'^C u " 7,, ll ' l r v ' 1 u n r L ', geo " s o pp°"^i'i« « , 

Sonom, on , M in B n ^S'hS "' lbC otrirBl of 
street, «h U uti„ v ,„ „„. , '" "K running: np 

I" ra.,,|„:„|„ , ,",";-,i...,i 

cnMomen. "** b «ngbt him 



ST. GEORGE 

H O TEL! 

CorneT of Fonrth. and J Streets, 
SACRAMENTO. 



Sslsataa. RENOVATED, 
RE-FITTED AND RE-FURNISHED, 
IS MOW OPEN 

■Oil TUB RECEPTION OF THE PUBLIC, 



ZLSAC-^XjIE hotel, 

OAKLAND. 

(ALL LAMtUTAOES SPOEEN.) 

ftfflt- THE PROPRIETOR OF THIS HOTEL 
.-,,!■ has ajnln token Ibis Old nti'J aoll-ka.j.n 

Ota iaouse, 

ndhuRauUed tho lame, and IheBeoms hard-Be 



o RESTAUR AST— all k 



-:\^,.- II'.UJIJ, 



'- 1 '- 1 :.1..r i.-i.d :.-.,in Itii-iif- lii., ,,|,| rrlonili nn,l II, , 

ssSnia'sSn— "« »•» -»s-si*e;b 

OAtmwi. April H, 



JOSEPH DAVIS 



CITY HOTEL, 

O A KLA N 2j . 

^*JJ THIS HOTEL 13 NOW OPEN TO THE 

!!B™™iiib f aa J , 'i 10 T " vdi " ; ''■■■' l: 

"'., l, ; V:M , : j " ll "- P'*le. "'Hers hi™lith" hi 

j.ii[«i. The IKjTEI, i. H,„ n, [: ,.', 1 .'"--|."v' l ' :l ''..■"■ 

..s-a.» A AS b ., d * l o"jr r , k «»--"-«"i» 

CHARGES MODERATE. 

,.",«•,;: -i b - ""•« ■" »»• '- -»." i-.p.. 

OF r^MILlls 0,lti0n P,ia ta lh0 ACCOJIMODATIOK 
R. J. HURRAY, Mint 

REMOVAL 

i>:e »- i>. BtraBauMi 
** DENTIST, 

H »S REMOVED HIS OFFICE 



Splendid Durham ROLL For Sale. 

A HPPERB OUKIlAH liOI.L. OF VFItT 



*S3,:;. 



SoutlidowD Sheep. 

■acyrffi WKOFSEII Foil SALE, .pl-nJI.l SiailiHlown 

Hffia W| \Vrt:''V-^ l ;;:'i; l,:, ,' ,,: ';i' J :: ,,i - ,Yv-' 



r ltio prtne^pal owaen. 



Sheep "Wanted. 



it-iii trlili ill-. I'-'nlu'lt" I ri, ft."' ""warVeh'j: CO? 1 



Uomotitlc Fusils. 

B PEltaoHS desirous of purchii. 
]#\ i!AJIIl njwr.3, and tho be.. ilEN 

-m-i ;'."''.■..■;!:?. y L, " l ;. li i r _"^- T'»t ■■ 



GB0CEK1ES, DAIRY PR ODUCEj BTG. 



SAMUEL PILLSBUKY, 

DEALER IN 

BUTTER, CHEESE, ECCS, 

Hams, Bacon, tard, 

APPLE9 OHANEERKIBB, 
And all other kinds of FIlUiTa in their ■csson. 

No, 48 Washington market, 

SST TO DAIBTllHN "aKD FRUIT GROWERS. 



]j&l^Ari*ito"^*^&w 



ALAMEDA COUNTY MILK 



PTJH.E MIXjBL 

ALWAYS OX HAND. 

"""rot.™!, t tl.* Depot, or ii-Kln: tlii-.ii u, ttf H. in.r 
a( tho Wagon, r-ho la one of Ibo PropllHora. 

Jreali Ranch Batter and Eggs 

B. A. BntjWN. W- GDLDEH. 



A. L. EDWARDS & CO., 

GEOCEBIE8 

At 81 Clay street, above Front, 

\ L. EDWARDS A CO. HAVE JUST OPENED 

Clio Ice Fauillj Grocer I en; 



C'")lTi;l;-0U ilovommenl and Qroon.Ji 

TEAS -Sultrier "fresh Oreon and Block, In 6, 12, 
nn.ia).|bUHM. 



SI'i:\[;-Cni-hcJ, lv.ivdered and Brown. 
■Jlli:i:-;i:— i. , ..Ui",.ri,iu mi-l Durham Farm. 
PlCKLliS— En;li b :.i.'l Cliftirnii I'klilf, in 1'iols 

PiE-FnuiTS— Enellsh and American Pio-Frni Is, in 

Oil— Cbmn Nut-Oil', [u lins and inn. 

Vc.c.1 I'uwi.tari-I'rejlun l4 .Mnrrill',i, n,,,™ 

andCiilir.ifnin. 
MrsTAnii— California. Enclisb nod French. 
0v5Tr.E*-TI !n w -a -!,.-! ruble brands. 
Cocoa— Pasle, Shells, and eiackod Cocoa, Di 

ST.ini-ii-'ile'tiliold iftlHinl 

(>-,.,! T,.iti,rF,nilS'-Ja. 

Fic.-srvci-al) kinds Jams, Jellies, Sanoos, Ac, In 

Onr cnslnniers may rely opon ovory attlole (old by us. 

The Prices, in every respect. Loin. 
Goods dollrored frco of chares lo any |»sit „f the city. 



10-301 



reFroc 



J. BRYANT HILL & CO, 

COlIjUiSiON DEALERS IK 

t^FEUITS, BUTTER,*^ 

IS* CHEESE, CnlO 

POULTRY, ECCS, ETC., ETC, 

. G3 Merchant Street, 

(Opposite Washington Market), 

SAW FRANOISCO. 

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VOLUME XI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, C AI.IFOBNI A : FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1859. 



NUMBER 13. 



jnd jounyjL or VSETVL SCIENCES. 



00I.OHEL WAHHUH, I 



-r and Pro; 



FOJU-ISHED EVERT FRIDAY MOKKDIO. 

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orfUjorH 



tulpUOD 



Tap-Hoot Rovtved. — No. 2. 
Id number eight of the Cullnrist appeared an 
article which is beadvd "An Englishman's Views 
oa the lap-root," in which lip, loo, undertakes to 
bolster up the ,; new doctrine" of the editor; but 
before ho gels through we find him arguing and 
advocating both Sides of the question. After care- 
fully rending it through I cannot raj that I reel 
oincb enlightened upon the anhject, notwithstand- 
ing too correspondent alluded to proclaim- himself 
to be a "lands espy gardener by professioi 

C3t trees of large sire," be, At, both it 
Britain ond oo the continent of Europe. 1 
jndge from the style of the c 
experience had been 

menial, tlj ii o frail trees; ibongn no claims uotti. 
The puint of his argument, as well 03 his own con- 
closioos on the subject, ace contained in the fol- 
lowing yuoution. lie says : 

'The real vtitity, then, of the tip-root is a ven 
different mnltcr frum lb, it of ils concioiiue; n .. 

wbiUyounj have but fin- other r..ol?, and hi- 

uplbc tree, I would certainly prefer those tret. 

nil, or very fen- ; bot in re-setting such trees I 
would nlways iii;Ae the ;oil rich nnd deep under 
the tree, null induce if possible the growth of a 

Here, then, be has admitted oil we claim, and 
acknowledges the objection lo the tap-root, and 



■ ■ uiili sli.idi 



of growths of wood, and u 

Upon the subject of root-proning, t 
: "views" writes as follows : 

to Increase (Wilfulness : 1ml 
of cutting off all the roots c 



I answer, that, because ff a U 

rhlaacnt going to the tree, an 
3 (of which the "Englisnmut 



indcr the influc 
,nd tht mors you ait the horimalal roofs, tht mor 
•ou add fo lit (ap-reof, defeating of course, the oh 
eel sought to be nrrircd at through the mediur 
>f root-pruning. But if the 



induce the tap-root 
will not gel one root only, but mm 
inal intention of forming one "c 
predominating one through wbic 

several strong roots with the 

ci reel ions for the sustenance of 



ing of 






infh and stor 
iow leaf." I di 
i wards, ifltia 



objtri id tin- rur,ij striking dowi 
oral for them lo do so ; Intt I conicnJ that rouli c 
tt inpioetd &y a judidaai application of tht pnini 
Icaift, ahSeyttoig ) fully is wjth as tht (rtt. itttlf 

horticulturist will deny the advantage of the Ic 



I, 1 line* 



Orchards, who, n 


otonly d 




; bat in 


skillful oa that 








luce of pi 

thereby influenced, 
irp spade, to Qi| 
olities of tire hori 



y of o 



; the a 



i then 



lap-r 



; Ibi 



, and if frui 






n Jati, tit only h, 



droughts nnd high winds, I deny, unless indo 
leaf" does not "add a new mouth nnd .torn; 



ntended that by culling the "li 

; on the contrary, eiperieiice 
; the oQshoota from the tap-ro 




•vi-ight, Id; pi" 
bo favorable to lh' 



FEMALE CASHMERE GOAT, 
weight of fleece, JJ pounds ; property of Richard Peters, Esq., Atlanta, C 



development or side roots, 
uld soon give them the ad- 
vantage of the tap-root, when the tree, instead of 
dying, would continue to flourish, upon the very 
principlo of the system wo are advocating, with 
nieruly this difference: Hint the latter instance is 
brought about by natural conses; and, any man 

id transpti 



ell tht i 



\ttharatUr<,fth<1 



lo graft on, iust 
o the following rt 



eoty feet deep, perfect 



i this 



• ward, 1 



of o: 






erniit them to enjoy than to try 
their error. The evil caused by 
mulch to he regretted. Thi 



nfford moistnre to the tree, is not good, for 
tho fig, Iho quince, and the grape, flourish! 
by side with them, and these last are c 

In soils where trees can be cultivated without 
summer irrigation, the moisture can bo preserved 
nesrihi- surface by kecpiug it free fromw 

CaUlntor. In tho Eastern Slates fruit trees 
continue to ^ow tor a number of years, showing 
no indication or fruiting, and if the soil is rich, 
do matter whethnc naturally or artificially made 
so, the case is only aggravated, and cultivators re- 
sort to various mean, lo superinduce the formation 
of frnit buds, and among ibeni is that of root- 
pruning, and the root always aimed at [j ti, c tup. 
Taol, "toe predominant one through which the 

a progressive age, and in nothing has there been 
so much progress mode as In horticulture and its 
kindred sciences. If a trecdoea not flnnrish, ther ' 
is a cause for it, ond also a remedy ; if a ire 
Kruwi all to wood, and seems not Inclined to go t 
hail, that too, can he remedied by tying down tli 



f tho tap-root over the habit and 
rcc ilself. But, let us sea what the 
9 upon this subject: 
'cutting off this root at-thc time of 
nusc It to be replaced by maul, 

: they wish to secure by cutting off 



o clearly shown what would h 
ig the tap-root; but, in reply t 



ould nut plant 
■as paid far it, e 
eed in the plac 



undergo one, two or mor 
finully has them plan 
j were so removed, tht 
which the tree has bet 



if In 



This 



It i 



nly palatable nnd useful for swine end sue) 
r|U.idnipi.il-, but il i; a very agretnlik- edible nu^ 
palatable (or bipods, being in flavor like 
nut. We hope it will be well tried this sea 
ind reported npon. Tho following onnlsyi 
lotico of the Cbufe, by Dr. Jackson, of Dostoi 
ad in the Patent Office Report for 1837. 



•utrilive Ingredients c 
drink. It is much i 
Spaniards, and I havi 



for a while, sicken nnd die. The only h 

g the "tap," to encourage the boriioi 
which derive their nourishment from c 



■ed, nothing else will, till m 



might have known this 



WtvcJ in grnpe Ifjrilir,, frii|Vi>Ll, 
lit vim- .iti'liieil lo £.-!■:■£.-, if I may ust 
■ I >vln-re the -oil most conjteriial In 



n Eagtisl 



in, tho 






, by h 



log the j 



s tho 



rs tbem himself, hr 
eryman, thoy must 

out, and each time 
■roof ratietd a did, 
:ii cG ted, nnd he runs 
or, be it understood, 



g allowed to run down into the subsoil, after 
g finally transplanted ; hut nn the contrary, 

innyas possible, by pruning the 



>d and flavored su as to make it ver 
the i able to the taste. 

Tho cbufn tubers cannot fail to prove 

luulib; fattening I'uml fur itniuiiils, nnd I 

in h relished by swine and poultry- It ii 

lousidenihle jirujiortin 



and all of lln-c 



mI: l- 



.iki -lit 



In- urigiriiil ■liri'.li.iii ol llie lap-root. 

ootcd trees, as is usually practiced in all largi 
ind 6 rflt-clnss establishments; to that planter! 
:an rely upon what they purchase and not soffei 
,be loss of trees usually sustaini d by those nhc 

.niunpl.int from tho forest, or who use seedling 



In English Son 
young stock rccciv 



I from the seed. 



perlmpi, drier soil! than 



■.,11 , 



ir this 



ment is a largn Vineyard, on a dry, sandy loam, 
from twenty in thirty feet deep; every vine- in 
which was a catling, originally pliuiliil whece thoy 
were intended to, and do still, remain, nnd not one 
of Ihom) 



iar function of thi 
lap-root to go "down, down, down," if the tub. 
oil Is "nncongonlal" it lc jecUi ft, „a, M u can- 
lot do duty as a horiiouuil or surface feeder, for 
f 11 did, It would ceaia to be a tap-root- but In 
,nch case, tho check that it would teccFfe might 



lry»t 

ind still they Hon 



nroly tho grape i 
isdrys. 



:e throogh tho loo 



glhc ground mollon 

continue the discus- 

Jia. B. ami, 






Keep Down tho Wccii 



Check 111 Che Growth of Troe 



frail) 
BiCKl 



Till s! 



inosiBS ov Tiin Season.— Tho strnwberry 
ho earliest fruit of Iho season, and this Is 
lly tho lost by w